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Old 3rd August 2008, 07:38 PM   #1
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Default Cmoy Distortion...HELP!

I've been having some distortion problems with a Cmoy I just built. It actually sounds more like the amp is clipping. I've built one before with no problem and I use it all the time. This time I decided to use a different OPAMP and add output caps in the place of R5. The caps I used are 4.7 uF Tantalum Caps. I though this might have been the problem but i removed them and it acts the same. I also have dual micromini Pots to adjust the channels seperatly. The OPAMP i am using is the TI NE5532P. The Cmoy powersup and you can barely hear the music except when it hits certain notes the phones pop very loudly. Any insight?
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Old 7th August 2008, 01:38 AM   #2
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you can try power the ti's 5532 with real gnd.

resistor splited gnd is no good for 5532.
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