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Old 15th June 2006, 01:07 PM   #1
Mrpong is offline Mrpong  Thailand
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Default Power supply for bridged Gainclone

Hi guys,

I'm building a LM3875 in bridge mode with DRV134. I'm thinking of building a regulated power supply based on Pedja design here


and Carlos's experiment here


I attached the image showing the power supply layout.

Would it be enough for two LM3875 per channel? Any comments please ?
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