Netflix is in a complicated situation and for this reason a new subscription plan has just been invented, the world of streaming convulses unable to know how to keep its users… But this is not something new, streaming music has been around for a while and In the end, the companies chose to offer more: podcasts, audiobooks, sound improvements… spatial audio from Apple Music It is one of these improvements, for example, an immersive equalization that makes us “enjoy” music even more. Now it has just reached cars through the manufacturers’ own multimedia systemsKeep reading and I’ll tell you all the details…
And it is that the car has always been the best music room, there are many music groups that test their creations inside a car, and spatial audio had to reach cars (until now it was only compatible with AirPods). The first to take it to the car have been Mercedes Benzyes, at the moment it is only compatible with the system Mercedes-Maybach S-Class MBUXthe SUV EQS and EQSjust like him EQE, the EQE SUV and the S-Class. All of them with 31-speaker Burmester 3D or 4D system priced between $4,500-$6,700 as an extra. In the words of Oliver Schusser, vice president of Apple Music and Beats:
Sound quality is incredibly important to Apple Music, so we’re excited to work with Mercedes to make spatial audio in Apple Music available natively in the car for the first time. Spatial audio is revolutionizing the way artists create and fans listen to music and it is an experience that is impossible to explain in words; you have to hear it for yourself to appreciate it. Together with Mercedes, we now have even more opportunities to bring fully immersive music to our subscribers around the world.
How can you see this integration we are talking about a pretty premium integration since it will not be available for any vehicle or sound system, we are talking about very high ranges. It will come to more cars in the future, for sure, something like that happened with the first CarPlay integrations and in the end everything was expanded to many more brands. And to you, what do you think of spatial audio? does it convince you?