Originally Posted by leefl
Their fix is to feed a constant noise signal into the DSP, to stop the amp turning off at low volume, which works fine, apart from now the equalizer display constantly flickers, not displaying real levels (display only stops flickering if you turn volume to 0).
Interestingly enough, this one already shows lines at the bottom of the display that do not seem to correlate with what is playing.
In other news, firstly- I cooked our entire thanksgiving meal. My wife is generally our cook, but she said she wasn't feeling it. So, I offered to tackle it. Turned out to be me and my almost 12 year old that did 95% of it. That last 15-20 minutes, I needed my wife's hands and help. But, overall- I cooked dinner.
Filling (aka stuffing aka dressing) balls; first up- chopping onions. Daughter took that one:
And paid the price. Onion smell got her eyes:
Here's what they look like going into the oven:
That was the only real bit of cooking, everything else was basically just heating it up: microwave corn, microwave Brussels sprouts, brown and eat rolls, candied yams, boxed mashed potatoes, packet gravy.
But, it was a success. Brought a tear to my eye, my wife said I was her reason to be thankful this year.
Otherwise, I also knocked off a handful of little tasks:
1. Added a flip-up cup holder beside of the sofa. We have come to realize that there is no place to put drinks.
Started fixing a picture that broke after it fell a couple of times after we first hung it.
To be continued...