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Description of Issue
Since 2.0 my Lumin U1 starts playing spontaniously. First I thought I was making it up, but now I am pretty darn sure it happens. I called the local men in black to check the house but they found nothing.
In Roon Ready mode. All others are not active. I currently do not use “Roon only” mode. Last night my wife told me she heard the sea. Turns out that it played a track that contains only sea sounds. That was the last track in the queue. When I left the house I stopped the playing and double checked whether I actually did stop.
Goodmorning @Jeffrey_Moore, thank you for helping out here. My U1 has no remote other than the Roon app on my phone. There is nothing connected to USB either. I use its XLR output to my Totaldac stack. The only Windows client I have is on the same PC that I am typing on now and I only use it for config changes. The Windows Roon app hardly ever runs. The Roon core is a Nucleus+ and is situated in a separate room with only the power and ethernet connected.
Finally Jeff… It is totally not off base, it is just not the case… Thank you.
Goodmorning @wklie, thank you for your reply. IMHO it has nothing to do with the U1 whatsoever. It started to happen after the inception of ARC and the total commitment to the cloud. Since that moment there is a two way initiated communication between my home and a third party, in this case Roon. Not that I have any problems with trusted entities fumbling around in my house, as longs as they stay silent and don’t get in the way. Again, and I cannot stress enough: IMHO…!
On a more specific note: The “automatic” start of playing is only noticeable when there actually is something in the Roon queue. It doesn’t “make up” stuff. Also no Roon Radio enabled.
It is as if some “thing” on the internet is hitting the play button thru the now opened ARC port…???
I will ask one of my guys the sniff around in the Cisco router and/or switch. If they find anything I will report back.
You have my sincerest apologies for the delayed response here, we’ve been dealing with a higher-than-usual volume following our release and we’re working as quickly as we can to get back to everyone.
Following up on this thread, can you please take note of the next time this happens, and share it here (date and time) as well as the song name if possible? From there, we’ll enable diagnostics on your account to take a closer look.