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Old 26th July 2005, 01:24 PM   #1
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I was researching the Cmoy design and have decided to jump in, I chose the AD8620 for the chip from Brown Dog (They sell it already mounted on a dip adapter. My question (Newb) is; will the plans on www.tangetsoft.com for the portable Cmoy work for the dual channel IC? Should I have bought the 8610 (Single Chan) ? This is complete retrospect as I have already ordered the chip! What are the benefits of using the 8620 vs. the 8610? Thanks for any comments or suggestions.


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Yep you want the dual chip, the 8620 is the right choice. You can do the single chip as well, but the guide is for dual channel chips.
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