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Old 13th May 2004, 09:56 PM   #41
Alcaid is offline Alcaid  Norway
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Alcaid, I meant the BUF634 at the right side of the OPA627, so in the place where C2 is.
But your layout is not bad at all, it should work fine.
BTW, why are you making one board for each channel?
Separate PSUs?

I plan to use one PSU for both, but now I'll have the opertunity to make a real dual mono later
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