I have a new Audiolab Omnia and it's stopping and dropping the connection, at random. I have a new CAT6 network cable plugged into it and another in my decent spec Dell laptop. I have stopped using WIFI from my 4G router, as it's so unreliable, even in a small living room, with no obstacles in the way. I reboot the laptop and the DTS PlayFi app loads and I connect to the Omnia. I then launch the Spotify app, playing tunes stored locally. There are no other apps running and no browsers open, running the Spotify web browser, for example. This should work anyway, with a 25 to 35Mb connection via 4G. Anyway, I start playing tunes and it's stopping, every now and then, for no reason. No updates in the background and I'm running Windows 10 Pro, which has been solid with everything I run on it. The DTS PlayFi 'support' pages mention memory problems, but I still have loads of RAM available and I can't see any process hogging my CPU either. DTS PlayFi is part of XPERI now and finding real support, is like finding a needle in a haystack. Has anyone else had these issues and did you find a solution? Playing over Bluetooth, via Spotify Connect, is flawless and I can even skip tracks, using the remote control, but the sound quality is inferior to the network connection, which is resampled at CD quality.