Released: 23rd March 2016.
There is nothing much to this release, this is just a minor release that fixes some of the bugs from 'Schumann Resonance'.
At the time I was thinking every release (even the minor versions) should have a Audiophile Snakeoil product. Seemed like a good idea then.
One of the more popular audiophile clickbait around that time was about the AudioQuest $10,000 Ethernet cables (late Dec 2015). Never mind that the cable do not actually cost $10 k, never mind those who do not have anything good to say about it actually own a good enough audio system to really comment. But discussion of that topic is getting traction all around the world, and no doubt generate a fair bit of ad revenues for all those involved .
The Snakeoil Squad have never personally tested this cable. However, yours truly have tested all the Ethernet cables I have in my bin and do use the ones that just appear to sound better than the rest. Before you jump up and down that cables are not supposed to make a difference, note that I am using this cable as a I2S interconnect between my USB DI and my KillerDAC. And before you relax, know that while I2S signals differ from Ethernet, know that there really shouldn't be any audible difference between Ethernet cables of the same length. There really shouldn't, and yet there is .
Once again like the Schumann Resonator, the Ethernet cable is one of just many mystery devices that may well cause a difference. And like almost every thing in audio, we have no idea why.