I have even slower internet, maybe 4.8mbps on a good day. I've got a fairly dated router--a TP-link 300N. Now, I don't have Qobuz so take this for what it's worth. I have Tidal HiFi that I run through the Tidal Windows desktop app or Audirvana for Windows 10 and I can stream any CD quality or Masters Hi-Res without issue (24/96 and lower) on most days. No buffering out. The Tidal desktop app is more robust in my situation and needs a lot less hand holding than Audirvana in terms of its buffer settings (you can't adjust these in Tidal desktop but you can in Audirvana). With the Tidal app I can pretty much run roughshod over it and, at any resolution CD or MQA, hit the random button pretty aggressively and it doesn't skip a beat. I'm sure Qobuz is probably sending out some pretty high-information streams compared to Tidal though so this may not be a fair comparison. On the other hand, I tried another streaming service using Jriver Media Center for a time and I was able to stream up to true 24/96 but I got buffering out with anything over that, i.e., 24/176.4 or 24/192. I just couldn't adjust the buffer settings to accommodate it as it was just too slow internet. Anyway, you might want to try to adjust your buffers to the max and see what happens. It would seem that if your internet can't keep up you would buffer out on the same song but not skip to the next but maybe Qobuz radio does that. Can you just try a regular single Hi-Res song on Qobuz and see what happens, ie do you just buffer out and then regain the same tune when it catches up?