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Justanotheruser 18th March 2007 04:10 PM

searching for a layout?!
 
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hy i'm searching for a pcb-layout for the lm3886...


can you make me a layout from that plan?
it should fit on one standart board.

smaller the better:)


thank you sry for that stupid questions an my bad english:( ;)

Justanotheruser 18th March 2007 06:34 PM

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here is the psu

is it better to seperate the two boards?

thx

Justanotheruser 19th March 2007 03:12 PM

no one?

jan.didden 19th March 2007 03:16 PM

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Originally posted by Justanotheruser
no one?

There must be hundreds published on this forum, but it would take some effort to find them. And then there are those offering boards and kits. All on the forum.

Jan Didden

Justanotheruser 19th March 2007 04:16 PM

i've used the search function and didnt find the layout from brian (chipamp)


sry

richie00boy 19th March 2007 04:26 PM

I think Russ White did one... or was that the 3875? There's defo loadsa layouts out there...

Minion 19th March 2007 06:18 PM

Why Not just make your own Layout???

The schematic is so simple that you should be able to design a compact layout in about 20 minutes......

I just designed a Bridged/Paralell PCB and it only took a Few Minutes and is only about 3in x 3in square.......


Just a Thought.....

Justanotheruser 19th March 2007 06:24 PM

cause others can do it better an faster...

an i dont have any exp. with eagle:(

Juergen Knoop 19th March 2007 07:19 PM

I have some spare pcb and parts from a deceased project...
Grüße
Jürgen

Minion 19th March 2007 07:30 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Justanotheruser
cause others can do it better an faster...

an i dont have any exp. with eagle:(


And it is going to stay that way unless you actually try it.....

Between the Time you Posted this question till now you could have designed many Variations of this PCB and etched the Board and Stuffed it and Be listening to music by now and Be on to building your second or third Chipamp.......

Also there are not a Lot of design considerations when designing a simple Chipamp PCB becides makeing the Power rail traces thick enough and makeing sure the Feedback resistors are close to the IC and there are Bypass caps close to the Power pins of the IC (Optional)......


Easy....


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