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Old 25th August 2012, 11:13 PM   #1
RollE2k is offline RollE2k  Sweden
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Default Linestage w. DAC - Layout help!

Okay!

So, i'm building my first completley-from-scratch pre-amp (have only modified amps before), and i will build in a Buffalo-dac and all that completely. Now before i drill the bottom for the PCB-standoffs i thought i would ask what you people think about the layout.

Why i ask, is because it wouldn't be THAT fun drilling alot of holes in the bottom of the case and the the layout is bad and i get alot of hum.

So here you can find a picture of the design:
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Red wires is AC, Blue is DC and Green is signal. I also have wrote above all components what they are.
The transformers/AC-filter will be covered by a aluminum housing.

I have tried putting the AC in the middle, to get all AC as "collected" as i possibly can.

Any comments about the layout will make me glad :-)
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