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BrianGT and Peter's lm4780 pcb boards
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Old 25th August 2004, 05:53 AM   #1
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Default BrianGT and Peter's lm4780 pcb boards

The thread on pcb layout for lm4780 no doubt came to a logical conclusion but i got confused.This is wrt to final pcb.zip posted by BrianGt. I saw the layout and tried to compare it with some scehmatics in the data sheet and was surprised to find that it doesnt match with any version of the amp.
Can some one please give more details.I also observed that there 9 resistors and two caps. It would be very nice if someone could post a schematic. I am a newbie and I prefer looking at schematics before starting with the board. Bill of material along with schematics will also help. I am sure most of you guys would have already incorporated this design.Also how this amp sounds will really motivate me in finishing the proj this weekend itself
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