Published on July 2nd, 2021 | by The GC Team0
Vestel brings Amazon Music to its Smart TVs
Manufacturer Vestel has announced the launch of Amazon Music on its Smart TVs. Available now, the Amazon Music app has been rolled out to all Vestel-manufactured Smart TV ranges across Europe, including those designed for many well-known brands.
With Amazon Music, Vestel-made Smart TVs1 can offer Prime members access to two million hand-curated songs and over one thousand playlists and stations at no additional cost to their membership. Subscribers to Amazon Music Unlimited, the service’s premium tier, have access to more than 75 million songs, as well as thousands of playlists and stations.
Amazon Music customers using Vestel Smart TVs will now be able to listen to a range of music, including the +44 for the best UK Rap, R&B, Grime, Drill and Afrobeats, and the Pop Culture playlist for today’s pop hits, as well as stations such Top Hip Hop, Chill Electronic and Ultimate Jazz.
To support the music streaming experience, Vestel Smart TVs maximise the audio performance with a range of features including built-in, front-facing speakers designed by leading audio brands and powerful subwoofers that can project bass sound.
With features, such as DTS Virtual: X, many of the Smart TVs offer a more immersive, virtual surround sound experience. Precisely placing each individual sound in its own space, they enable clarity for voice, instrument, and nuance in the music. Several of the TV ranges also come with Dolby Audio Processing (DAP).
“We are excited to be able to launch Amazon Music across our Smart TV ranges,” said Barış Altınkaya, Deputy General Manager of Marketing and Product Management, Vestel. “With access to Amazon Music, our customers can now enjoy a big-screen audio performance for all the music they love. Whether they want to listen to their favourite tracks, or discover playlists to match their mood, everyone can find what they are looking for.”
1Amazon Music is available for all Vestel-manufactured TVs produced from June 2018.