Thanks for both replies. Paul, I am running 1.94 (and have been since it was released). I am eagerly looking forward to the next firmware, hoping that it will fix several issues that I continue to experience.
I thought the phone call might be a long one, so I hit Stop not Pause; but it was only 3-4 minutes. That should not be enough to cause problems. I have noted that leaving a disc in for a longer time, as PB says, causes it to lose track of where it is if you hit Pause; I confess that I haven’t timed this, but my impression is that it’s maybe 15-20 minutes or more. I suppose it might be appropriate for the DMP to ‘give up’ after a certain amount of time without playing in order to avoid wear on the drive mechanism – although ideally it would remember where it was at but spin down the drive if needed.
Peanut Butter said
I've also seen it correctly change the display to the track you've asked it to play yet the unit actually plays track 1.
It did this to me tonight also.
BTW, has the My Playlist page gone tango uniform today or is it just my connection that is flaky?
Tonight, for the third time, the Playlist refused to create an 'unknown' entry for a new CD. I've gotten in the habit of going online and locating cover art for SACDs or most classical CDs before I even put them in the drive; then it won't even let me use what I went to the trouble of finding. Grrrr . . . . These have all been CDs from the late 80s, early digital -- is there something different about how those discs were set up?
Edit: obviously I’m feeling some frustration with navigational issues tonight. But it’s only fair to mention the following. I listened, for the first time in years, to a CD from 1987 of Haydn’s Divertimenti played by the Linde-Consort. The performances are elegant, sparkling, and expertly played by one of the finest authentic performance practice groups. I’ve always enjoyed the music, but the sound through the DMP – glorious, amazing. It’s early digital, but the EMI folks knew something about what they were doing and I heard it tonight like never before.