Tidal Music supports the Apple AirPlay service from a compatible Apple device, which allows you to play music through your network player and use the Apple device as a remote control.
Select Apple AirPlay icon from within the Tidal Music App to select a Cambridge Audio network player on the same network and listen to Tidal Music through AirPlay.
USB from my PC or Mac
The Tidal Music desktop app can also be played from your PC or Mac through a USB connection to your Cambridge Audio network player when a direct point to point connection is desired. This will also give access to the Tidal Masters service and access to MQA content, which is currently unavailable through the mobile app.
Connect a USB A to B cable between your PC or Mac and the Cambridge Audio network player and select “USB Audio” as the desired digital input through the network players interface.
Tidal Music can also be played over a Bluetooth connection available by connecting the optional BT100 Bluetooth receiver to the Cambridge Audio network player and pairing it to your smart device.
Select Bluetooth from within the Tidal Music app to choose the BT100 aptX Bluetooth connection.
Tidal Music can also be played via an optional Chromecast Audio (sold separately) by connecting it to the Cambridge Audio network player through the TosLink digital input.
Select the Chromecast icon from within the Tidal Music app to choose a Cambridge Audio network player on the same network.