Multiplicity audio works very well with my Surface Go 3 as a secondary as long as it is being powered by AC charger. As soon as I unplug the charger the audio will eventually randomly cut off. Sometimes it returns and is then often out of sync. Toggling sending audio on the secondary can sometimes get the sound back for a while, but it's only then a matter of time until it cuts out again.
The Surface Go 3 is on Windows 11 and has this behavior both on wifi and ethernet connection. I've tried setting all multiplicity processes to priority high but it makes no difference. Power mode in Windows 11 can be toggled to recommended, better performance and best performance, all of which have the same issue with audio. Battery saver is turned off, while battery saver on increases mouse latency it has no really relevant impact that I can tell regarding how fast or often the audio will cut out.
It seems like battery mode, at least in Windows 11, doesn't play well at all with Multiplicity audio. Any idea why and what can be done to remedy this? Thanks!