I’ve had this in use for quite a while now, and to be honest, never had a problem other than the odd, annoying double-chime when alarm is enabled or disabled.
Recently I decided to take a peek to see if I could sort things out. I presumed the annoyance was due to router issues, or my android box having a hickup, or lannouncer just being old and generally unsupported…the list goes on.
Basically, if I use big talker to speak on event (SHM status change) I get an instantaneous stutter-free indication of where SHM is at.
If however, I use SHM Delay to say “You have 60 seconds to exit” or, on entering “you have 30 seconds to disable alarm”, the performance is horrible. Back to the old double-chime, double-speak, delayed or non-materialising spoken message,
If I disable the spoken aspects from within SHM delay, I can instead use BigTalker to announce things perfectly. This does however mean messing about with a few talk rules to allow me to have it say “you have xx seconds to disable”, but this would get triggered only if both (a) SHM is away and (b) the front door has opened.
Any ideas? I’m sure at some point it worked just fine.
Further info - I checked all this out (and verified it to be the case both before and after realising you’d pushed an update in march, which I am now running to the exact same effect).