Hi All, Last week I bought 3 albums from iTunes. When I play one of the tracks on my iPod Touch (6th Gen) via bluetooth to my portable speaker, and it's volume is under 50%, the timeline progresses, but there is no audio. It's a 6 minute track, so I get a 6 minute break in playback. If I press the volume (speaker or iPod) either up or down, the audio will kick in and it plays to the end. If the volume is set to over 50%, it plays from the start. So far I've deleted the file and downloaded it again, converted it to mp3 via iTunes, converted to mp3 via an external encoder (and tried various bit rates), burned it to cd and ripped it back as an mp3, and now I've even purchased it again through Amazon, and it still behaves the same way. I've deleted the bluetooth pairing and re-paired. I've reset the ipod twice, once I reinstalled from a backup and now I've set it up again from scratch. I've saved the file to a different playlist, I've even reinstalled iTunes. If I link the iPod and speaker via cable, its fine. If I play the same track via the same iPod to a different bluetooth device, it's fine. If I play the track through a different iPod (Nano 7th Gen) to the same bluetooth speaker, its fine. It's only when I play that track to that speaker via that iPod's bluetooth, and the volume is under 50%. TBH, the track isn't that important to me, but the fact that this is beating me is driving me nuts. I'm just wondering if anyone has any suggestions please?