Pretty sure that's what I said if you want to re-read!?
Thanks anyway everyone, it doesnt really help or particularily explain anything though.
So, I unplugged my type A that was 3.5 SNR Margin.
Plugged in the Type B, and it's 6dB.
I think it would be a huge coincidence if at that exact moment BT decided to end any potential trials!?
However, like you say, I am still better off as I have a margially better sync at 6dB than I did at 3.5dB - so I presume I will have a more stable line.
Like I say, I was hoping for a sync of 76000 whether you think I'd notice it or not 🙂 - but there you go...
I don't understand why the OP is reporting fixed SNR Margins of 3.5dB & 6dB. My HH5 Type-A SNR Margin varies a few decimal points during the day as background noise changes. As of now its 16.1 / 6.7