I have an AudioBox iTwo with the latest firmware, latest drivers, latest Windows 10 updates. I use it as a primary sound output to drive a pair of "known good" studio monitors. Almost every day, after about an hour to two of activity or simply just idling, the iTwo starts distorting very badly, producing "digital noise", with a only semblance of the original sound. The only fix is to unplug-replug the audio interface or to reboot the PC. As mentioned, I don't necessarily have to drive it with any software, it just happens, consistently, as a function of time, and when it happens, even the Windows notification sounds get distorted. I've reinstalled the drivers and StudioOne multiple times, but no luck. Any ideas as to why this is happening? Sounds like there could be a software/firmware bug, perhaps a slow memory leak that results in some sort of buffer sizing/pointing mismatch?