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Old 19th October 2004, 09:24 AM   #1
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Default BALANCED LINE DRIVER,PCB layout share

Hi guys
this is my lately DIY sweets it is a very simple design,purpose for general use.

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any comments and suggestions are welcomed,Thank you.

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Old 19th October 2004, 05:38 PM   #6
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Hi digi01.

Interesting design.
I found some time ago some interesting designnotes at UltraCAD , on the subject "Maintaining clean power".
If You cheat a little in the addressline, You can find 9 tech-notes, many of interest
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Hi digi01.

Interesting design.
I found some time ago some interesting designnotes at UltraCAD , on the subject "Maintaining clean power".
If You cheat a little in the addressline, You can find 9 tech-notes, many of interest
thank you.
yes,I think it is interesting.
You can use this part to hook up a stereo GC,make it work in bridge. or drive a balanced input power amp.
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Ok so digi01-

This BLD will put out 2 signals, one inverted and one not?

So with 6 chips I could bridge 2 groups of three?

By chance have a schematic of one in practical application?
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has anyone tried a drv134 on it's own or in combination with an ina134?
how did it sound? I'm not talking aout cmrr but does it have an impact on the sound itself?
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