My wife's Echo dot is usually connected via Bluetooth to a little BT receiver that plugs into the aux input of our dining room "HiFi".
After it's been connected for some time, the audio starts to experience short periods(sub second) of droput.
If I get Alexa to disconnect from BT, and then reconnect, everything is fine for a while, after which the problem re-occurs.
I've searched the web a few times to see if anyone else has experienced this problem, and come up with a solution, but so far to no avail.
I've idly wondered if the droupouts correspond with the BT frequency hopping, and whether some frequencies are experiencing interference from WiFi or something, but that wouldn't really explain why the disconnect/reconnect fixes the problem.
Also, I've no idea as to what sort of length of data dropout BT will tolerate(although I guess it's quite a lot, as one can move connected devices until the audio starts to dropout, and then move closer together again).
So if my theory is correct, and one or more of the hopped frequencies is being compromised, why would the disconnect/reconnect process fix it?
Any bright ideas?