Hello Up until recently, my sources comprised of a Cambridge CXN V2 paired via COAX to a Cambridge CXC CD Transport. Today, I got my hands on the brand new CXN100 - wonderful device, clearly improved audio quality - but this is not the subject here. The issue started when I tried listening to a CD via the CXC connected (as previously with the CXN V2) via COAX to my new CXN100 - there are constant sound dropouts. They last a few miliseconds, but it's basically unlistenable, as if the signal is constantly interrupted. I first tried another RCA Coax cable - a brand new one. The same issue - apparently the cable wasn't the problem. Then, I tried an optical cable - same problem, dropouts. I then reconnected the CXC via coax to my older CXN V2 to see if the problem isn't some recent issue with my CXC CD Transport - the CD played flawlessly - NO dropouts - either via COAX or OPTICAL. I then reinstalled the CXN100 and connected it to my TV cia OPTICAL to see if the issue is with the digital inputs on the CXN100 - with the TV via OPTICAL, there were NO dropouts - unlike the CXC CD Transport. As a last test, I used my older CXN V2 as a Streaming Transport, and tested in connected via both COAX and OPTICAL to my new CXN100, to see if there are dropouts - to add to my headache, there were NO dropouts when using the CXN V2 as transport connected to the CXN100. Within these "Tests" - I tried everything related to cables - different types of cables, I tried plugging in the power cables of both the CXN100 and CXC to different outlets, also directly into the wall. The CXN100 even has a "ground" switch on the back - tried it ON and OFF - no difference. The CXN100 app has a function for the digital inputs called "TV Mode" - I don't know what it does but I tried it both ON and OFF for both COAX and OPTICAL - no difference. I literally (at least to my knowledge) tried EVERYTHING. This strange issue seems to happen ONLY and ONLY when pairing the CXN100 with the CXC CD Transport. As mentioned, when using the CXC CD Transport with another DAC, or when using the CXN100 as a DAC with any other audio "Transport" besides the CXC via digital inputs - there are no issues. Does anyone have ANY clue what could be going on? Why this specific CD Transport does not want to "handshake" and keep a steady connection with the Streamer/DAC from not only the same manufacturer, but the same CX series - especially since the model it replaced had NO issues with the CD transport? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!