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Old 13th February 2006, 03:29 PM   #1
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Question LM1875 in parallel,how to?

I have search a lot,but cant make up my mind,what kind of configuration do you guys recommend???
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It is not much of an idea to parallel LM1875.
This is why you will not find any stuff about this.

To get more current output
it is better to buy an LM3875.

If you need even more current and power, buy LM3886.

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