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Old 12th March 2007, 02:29 AM   #1
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Default Do we need output snubber for BPA???

Reading the AN1192,cant see any snubber network in the schematic,but I have seen someone build the BPA with snubber network,how??????????
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Default BPA zobel

The same principle applies for a bridge parellel design, sometimes even more needed. A zobel must be used on both legs +/- out of the bridge, I even utilize a .47uf 4R7 at the speaker outs across the bridge.
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