an electrical device that acts as a sacrificial device to provide over current protection.
i.e. a fuse is something that will blow itself up when electrical current exceeds a pre-defined threshold.
This act of self sacrifice breaks the electrical circuit and this prevents everything behind the fuse from catastrophic damage (i.e. certain death).
An audiophile grade fuse simply put is an item constructed from components and materials with a single goal in mind - uncomprosing audio quality. The term “Fuse Rolling” involves replacing the stock fuse with a different fuse (not necessarily an audiophile grade fuse) to influence the sound signature of the audio system.
Ability to install/uninstall most software players from the Snakeoil tab now. Select Install to have the player show up in the Software tab or Not Installed to uninstall the player from the computer and not shown in the Software tab.
Added support for RoonServer and JRiver MediaCenter 22 (RoonBridge and RoonServer is available only on 64 bits version)
Added new backend code for various features
Cleaned up and simplify some existing backend code
Don’t return any remote web client when no software players are installed
Fixed up executable path detection for players (no more false positives for players that’s uninstalled)
Allow one to update firmware/modules tagged as generic
UPDATE 2: 15 Sept 2016 : Comments and contact are working again. Talk about weird.
UPDATE 1: 15 Sept 2016 : After a software update Contact me is broken again! If you need to contact me sign up to the forums and post a thread.
Apologies if you guys have sent me emails via the “Contact” option on the top menu and I didn’t get back to you. All the mails via the “Contact” have been forwarded to the spam folder. I was flat out last month so didn’t check the spam folder until today .
I’d start replying to the mails tomorrow afternoon.
Contacting me from the blog system should now be fixed, but it’s best to sign up to the Snakeoil forums and post a thread if you have any support questions.