Channel 2 not playing anymore after a while

  • **Software or Firmware Version: 1.3.2

  • **Steps to Reproduce: 2 channel mode selected. Opening playlist from internal SSD (ExFat) Loading track from playlist to ch1, Switching view, so waveforms for ch1/2 are visible(vertical) and playlist content is visible between the 2 waveforms. Via upper menu, switch on Continuous mode. Channel 1 is started/playing and keeps playing. Loading a track in channel 2, and starting this via play/pause button works at that moment. If you cue/pause the number on channel 2 and leave it for a while (1/2-1hr) doing nothing, the song cannot be played/unpaused anymore. You can still jog through te song, and also the buttons for skipping through the number work. Pressing que does not let the song run. Play/Pause does not let the song run. You can still load a song to channel 2, but it will not play. Tested if toggling between 2 and 4 channel mode and back unfreezed channel 2, but it did not. Channels 3/4 however are working fine at that moment. (Loading songs and playing them). Tested if switching off continuous mode would help, it did not. Tested with pluging in an external USB stick. Loading song to ch2 worked, but it still did not play The only way to resolve this, is to switch off the unit and switch it back on.

  • Expected Result: (ex: It does X…) Song has to be played/paused at anytime

  • Actual Result: (ex: It does Y…) It does not react to Play/pause

  • Reproducibility: (ex: Happens 1 out of 10 times.) Happens when setup is as stated above. Did test with several playlists so looks as if it is not song related. Reproduced this issue about 3 times. Before being aware of the issue, had it about 2 times as well.

  • Other Relevant Configuration Info: (ex: Plugged into a Windows 10 laptop.) Standalone.

  • Operating System & Version (if applicable): W10 64Bit / Engine Prime latest

  • Link to Video Repro: If needed will record one.

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