My bookshelf speakers have hum that comes and goes with a decrease in volume at the same time. I opened them up to have a look and there is an obviously burnt resister. Tracing out the components to a diagram and matching it to a diagram from the op amp spec sheet. It has the resister and capacitor labelled as being for frequency stability which maybe would cause a hum?
The questions are: why did they burn out (it's both left and right sides) and are they the only broken parts?
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✅ Basic file system / editor (stored in browsers IndexDB)
✅ Full x86 assembler (most likely bugs)
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Next step to emulate more instructions and write a BIOS
I'm not sure if it's just a mistake (there are a couple on the lines above) or they are just shit posting in this technical documentation from April 1983
Did someone copy check this document?
; read/write the 8086 general and segmentation registers
; with all one's and zeroes's
one's and zeroes's??
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