It’s been 15 years since electronic music superstar Moby launched his seminal album PLAY. Given the phenomenal advances in music technology over the years, it seemed an opportune time to be discussing Hi-Res Audio with him. We visited him at his Los Angeles studio and talked about why he believes Hi-Res Audio is the best way to deliver “a truly emotional, immersive musical experience” to the listener.
As pioneers in Hi-Res Audio technology, Sony understands this. It’s why Sony’s new Hi-Res Audio range of equipment has been designed to ensure users experience music as its makers intended it to be heard.
Take the Sony Walkman NWZ-A15 – a stylish, digital update of Sony’s trailblazing and iconic portable music player. Not only does it look superb and have an impressive 50 hours of battery life, but when used in conjunction with Sony’s MDR-1A headphones or through Sony’s SRS-X9 wireless speaker, the sound quality reaches new levels of clarity, delivering thunderous, sub-bass lows and sparkling, crystal-clear his. For the first time, you can hear music as the artist intended.
And what’s more, the Sony Walkman NWZ-A15 will automatically upscale your existing MP3 files to bring out added depth and detail, transforming the audio quality of your favourite tracks. The difference is extraordinary. And with their stunning frequency range, Sony’s MDR-1A headphones and SRS-X9 speaker are crucial to your Hi-Res Audio experience, meaning you can enjoy Hi-Res Audio wherever you are – whether you’re in the studio, on the move or relaxing at home.
“Hi-Res Audio is about getting music to a better place,” Moby explains. Sony’s Hi-Res Audio range of equipment does exactly that: delivering music how it needs to be heard – as the artist truly intended.