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Summary of current Devialet issues
#31
One day is a little too soon to call it solved... Smile

BTW, using only UPnP I didn't have similar problems.
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#32
(28-Jul-2020, 23:56)Chrisey22 Wrote: Glad to hear you sorted that out , scout , it’s not really a problem as such because it only happens very rarely but obviously the worry is if it gets any worse and if anyone has had that problem.

Is a bit soon to say it´s solved, not a big issue, as you say but turned more often in the latest weeks.
We´ll see in the next days.
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#33
(28-Jul-2020, 22:24)Chrisey22 Wrote: Mine sometimes stops playing with a record or streaming just for a second or two , sort of drops out ! My turntable is plugged in obviously and the innuos streamer is plug in
By USB . I would have thought it was a common problem at least someone must have had it ? Any ideas ?

Since you have it on both analog and digital inputs; this reminds me somewhat of an issue I and others had when the protection circuitry kicks in. Did you check for any stored error codes in the menu of your D? It could tell you what’s going on after it happens.

https://devialetchat.com/Thread-Error-code
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#34
I have updated the OP to include the issue with Sweet Room only including the first five filters.

A question to those who use Roon RAAT via the CI Board. Can the "CI board Roon Ready mode bug - "An audio file is loading slowly" message, stuttering with 24 bit material" issue be removed now? Is this issue fixed for all? It would be nice to knock one bug off the list.
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#35
(18-Oct-2020, 12:24)Confused Wrote: I have updated the OP to include the issue with Sweet Room only including the first five filters.

A question to those who use Roon RAAT via the CI Board.  Can the "CI board Roon Ready mode bug - "An audio file is loading slowly" message, stuttering with 24 bit material" issue be removed now?  Is this issue fixed for all?  It would be nice to knock one bug off the list.

I no longer see the “audio file loading slowly...” error, but I still cannot stream hi-res (24 bit) music via RAAT using gigabit ethernet without dropouts.   Sometimes it may just be a short dropout (e.g. 1 second or less).   Sometimes the dropout may last 20 seconds.   In all cases, Roon still “thinks” the music is playing.    I have reported this to Devialet but have not received any useful feedback yet other than their investigating.  

I did have one strange case where my RAAT zone for my Expert Pro simply disappeared from Roon although Roon AIR was still functional.   I had to power-cycle my Expert Pro to bring my RAAT zone back.   It only happened once and have not been able to reproduce it (yet ;-).

So, no, I don’t think the issue has been fully resolved (or, at least not for me).
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#36
(18-Oct-2020, 16:57)mdconnelly Wrote:
(18-Oct-2020, 12:24)Confused Wrote: I have updated the OP to include the issue with Sweet Room only including the first five filters.

A question to those who use Roon RAAT via the CI Board.  Can the "CI board Roon Ready mode bug - "An audio file is loading slowly" message, stuttering with 24 bit material" issue be removed now?  Is this issue fixed for all?  It would be nice to knock one bug off the list.

I no longer see the “audio file loading slowly...” error, but I still cannot stream hi-res (24 bit) music via RAAT using gigabit ethernet without dropouts.   Sometimes it may just be a short dropout (e.g. 1 second or less).   Sometimes the dropout may last 20 seconds.   In all cases, Roon still “thinks” the music is playing.    I have reported this to Devialet but have not received any useful feedback yet other than their investigating.  

I did have one strange case where my RAAT zone for my Expert Pro simply disappeared from Roon although Roon AIR was still functional.   I had to power-cycle my Expert Pro to bring my RAAT zone back.   It only happened once and have not been able to reproduce it (yet ;-).

So, no, I don’t think the issue has been fully resolved (or, at least not for me).
That's the same as what I see as well.
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#37
(18-Oct-2020, 12:24)Confused Wrote: I have updated the OP to include the issue with Sweet Room only including the first five filters.

A question to those who use Roon RAAT via the CI Board.  Can the "CI board Roon Ready mode bug - "An audio file is loading slowly" message, stuttering with 24 bit material" issue be removed now?  Is this issue fixed for all?  It would be nice to knock one bug off the list.

I haven't had the problem since installing the latest FW update but then I'm using an ETHERRegen which means I'm also using a 100T connection and I wasn't getting the problem before installing the latest update.

It's worth noting that Roon's error message that "An audio file is loading slowly" existed before Devialet introduced their bug in the FW update that made our amps Roon Ready. That means that there must be other problems which cause Roon to show that error message. I've seen some people say they're still having the problem with the new firmware and others saying that the new firmware fixes the problem. Even if someone is getting the same error message with the new firmware doesn't mean that the bug in Devialet's firmware hasn't been fixed, they may be getting the same error message for a different reason.

We're in a new game here. Working out whether the latest firmware fixed the previous problem, or just some of a group of previous problems, isn't going to be any easier than establishing that there was a problem with the original Roon Ready update and it is always possible that the old problem has been fixed but a new and totally unrelated problem with similar symptoms has been introduced. We cannot simply assume that if some people are still having similar problems with the new firmware, the old problem still exists. Just as lots of different causes can cause a person to run a fever, there are a number of different causes that can cause similar problems in audio playback. The first step is establishing that there is a problem, the second step is establishing what the cause is and it's a bit too early at this stage to start jumping to a conclusion that the previous issue still exists.
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