Both services work well overall in my experience.
Like a few folks here I started with Spotify but moved over to MOG for the lower cost and higher bitrates.
Since using MOG I have experienced three episodes where individual tracks in all playlists repeat many times - rather annoying. In each instance I posted on the MOG support forum, received a prompt reply that this was a known issue, and the problem was usually corrected within 48 hours. I did not experiences any technical issues with Spotify.
But its really hard to complain given the virtually unlimited access to a wide range of music for a few dollars a month. It almost feels like stealing.
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2012-06-22, 07:18 #11
- Join Date
- Jul 2007
- West Hartford, CT
MOG works great with one nagging issueServer: 2.4GHz Intel iMac w/ MacOS 10.7.3, SBS 7.7.2
Sources: SB Touch, NAD C542, NAD T515
Amplification: NAD C720BEE
Loudspeakers: Paradigm Monitor 9 (v.7)
Headphones: Grado SR60, Etymotic ER4P
2012-06-22, 08:24 #12
And if Rhapsody is available in your area, that may be worth a try as well.
2012-06-29, 06:06 #13
- Join Date
- Apr 2012
I think if you plan on using it on devices other than Squeezebox, Spotify is the way to go. MOG's desktop apps/web apps aren't that good in my opinion. Their libraries are very similar.