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Old 26th April 2003, 10:32 PM   #1
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on the lm3886, the gnd pin doesn't carry much current right? its only for the mute circut right?

on a side note i feel dumb becuase i've been wondering how to build this circut with the heatsink in mind, and no luck. then i turned the heatsink... everything fits, and i can now use shorter and wider traces for the power connections.
if only it could be used for good, not evil...
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