I have a Sonos Amp powering two Sonance in-ceiling speakers, which were installed last December and have worked flawlessly for about 11 months. Absolutely zero issues since day one, and I’ve been completely satisfied and impressed. But just recently, the system will play fine for around 30 - 60 minutes before a LOUD static/pop/crackling sound will occur for a split-second and then the music or TV audio immediately stops and the Amp goes into fault mode (alternating orange/white LED). I have pulled both Sonance speakers from the ceiling to check the wires are still properly connected, as well as checking all connections at the Amp itself. This issue occurs both while playing music through the Sonos app and while playing TV audio via HDMI ARC connection. Since the issue occurs when playing through both wireless and HDMI input sources, I don’t believe it’s audio-input issue. Could this be an overheating issue, and if so, why would this just now begin to occur after 11 months? I have submitted diagnostics (conf. # 2124963041), but I’m not sure where to go from here. My concern is that I purchased the Amp and Sonance speakers on 11/28/19, so my warranty is only a few days from expiring. Thanks in advance for any advice or assistance.