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    9700: eject button has to be pressed twice sometimes

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    The eject button on the panel sometimes has to be pressed twice. This usually happen when no user input for a while. Not sure if 9700 enters into some states that the first press to wake it up and second press is fully registered and take effect.

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. Enter a CD and start playing.
    2. Listen for two songs.
    3. In the middle of the 3rd song, press "eject" button on the panel.

    You'll see the first press no response. A second press will stop the playback and eject the disc immediately.

    Some claims that it's QC issue with the panel's buttons. I would it's not. It's more an issue with the firmware. Looks to be some interrupt handling routines are not properly implemented or 9700's MCU enters into a state that first interrupt is to make the MCU out of some dormant state.

    Please check and fix. A bit annoying too.

    Thanks
    Last edited by kvic; 05-28-2013 at 05:08 PM. Reason: correct typo

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    Oh I thought it was just me, sure I've noticed this as well, very annoing. sometimes I push for 1-2 sec, then it works. Never notices the pattern at you (kvic) have though. god job.
    But I can reproduce :-)


    Though the best thing is that from standby - you can push eject button and it opens up and starts up directly. way to go development since 9600. :-)
    Last edited by Stormen; 05-27-2013 at 05:52 PM.

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    Hi,

    I can also confirm, that I need to press buttons twice, until reaction... also if I use the remote...

    Toengel@Alex

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    Same issue here - can confirm that.
    In general it can be said that the responsiveness to button actions is pretty slow.

    - Gerhard

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