An error occurred while saving the commentCarl Gehrman commented
Audition handles this better. It gives a bunch of prompts when audio devices connect / disconnect (which can be turned off), and those prompts allow you to open the Audio Hardware or System Audio Settings panel to select the desired input / output devices. If you just ignore all those prompts, audio will start playing back without any further intervention once Bluetooth is re-established.
With AE, you're required to change settings - it won't reconnect to the same device when it returns without manual intervention. It's such a frequent issue that I've mapped Audio Hardware to a hotkey. I have to do this several times a day, in the morning when I start my machine and any time I come back from a break long enough that I turned off my headphones to keep the battery fresh. If this were 3DS Max, I'd have put together a Macroscript to reconnect automatically or with a single hotkey press. I don't think AE has that level of scriptability (or I just don't know how to accomplish it).
Fixing this would be a major quality of life improvement.
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