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Old 7th September 2012, 08:24 PM   #11
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You're an EE so presumably the measurements are important to you ?
to me meeting the spec I set out is most important and creating the best product that meets the spec. That spec being one self contained unit. Also to me it would take some of the fun out of it. By not designing the whole thing.

Also since I want headphones an speakers were should I split that my original idea is to do that after the I-v stage and just have two separate amps. Can i I do this or will I need to do it earlier like before the dac and have two one for each output.

Also that desgin was extremely helpful pretty similar to what I'm trying I do

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