I don't expect them to put in a mechanical button, even if we would prefer that. But what you describe can be solved with software. For example, tap twice or hold your finger on it longer. They would have to discuss that with the players who are affected. I myself have never accidentally touched the button.
@Clint The LUB camp should be disbanded. It seems Aodyo is squarely in the SOR camp (shortage of resources). When obvious problems manifest and improvements needed, the users deserve them, as soon as possible. The continuous striving for excellence is an outstanding quest...... I would like to become a beta (better) tester.... P
@paul-flute Hi Paul, the Sylphyo does not contain the listed chemicals phtalates, DEHP or BPA. The Sylphyo body is made from ABS plastic with a V0 treatment for uninflammability. The mouthpiece is made from food-grade ABS plastic. The Sylphyo has also been approved by the FCC. You can find the documentation for this online.
I am wondering if anyone has looked into the suggestion of @vincent (earlier in this thread) that
it was not moisture as such, the problem, but salt one.
I have had one situation where I started getting erratic notes. I swabbed down my fingers and all the finger pads on the Sylphyo with a slightly damp cloth. It worked immediately and completely to resolve the erratic behavior. However, since it was only a single test, I have not reported it before.
In other cases of erratic notes - they only happen when I first turn on the Sylphyo and I usually just "wiggle my fingers" for maybe 5-10 seconds and the erratic notes disappear and never return during play.
Would love to hear if other have experimented with this ... as @vincent points out, erratic notes could be a real show-stopper ...