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bjefferys 28th March 2005 07:33 AM

VBITNGC integraded PC?
 
I am deisgning a custom case for my HTPC to incorporate a 5 channel VBITNGC.

My first, and biggest problem is noise. We all know that PC's are noisy. Although I know AOpen is using a 6922 as a buffer for 2 channel audio on a couple of motherboards. I am looking into a shielding solution.

My second problem is where to stuff the trannies. My first though is an external PS. Although I am not constrained to a standard size for my case.


Any thoughts.

Brian:)

digi01 30th March 2005 01:27 AM

Re: VBITNGC integraded PC?
 
Quote:

Originally posted by bjefferys
I am deisgning a custom case for my HTPC to incorporate a 5 channel VBITNGC.

My first, and biggest problem is noise. We all know that PC's are noisy. Although I know AOpen is using a 6922 as a buffer for 2 channel audio on a couple of motherboards. I am looking into a shielding solution.
have you plan add a frequency filter at input circuit?


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