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Lm3886 single sided my first try
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Old 14th October 2010, 10:08 AM   #1
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Question Lm3886 single sided my first try

This is my first attempt at a single sided lm3886 pcb.
it is not complete yet. I have been following a couple of threads on board layout and would just like to know if i have interpreted what i have read about board layout. I am also allowing for configuration changes ie inv non inv also options to ommit or add fb cap also it is layed out to accept a small verticle daughterboard so as to make easy the use of fb servo if required.
The reason for all the options is i want to try them all and see how i percive the sound . many Thanks in advance
Regards Ian
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