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Old 7th November 2012, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default Looking for ideas for audiophile power supply for game consoles

My goal here is to build one power supply to support Nintendo 64 & Wii system. Both consoles use switching supplies so I would assume regulated type would provide better audio. I've never built from ground up so any links to complete schematics would be apreciated. The required voltages are 12V @ .8amp & 3.3 @ 3.6 A for N64 and 12V @ 3.7A for Wii. I know there is some very complicated designs that may produce even better quality but I just wanted relatively simple design that would produce good quality for ease of build. Thanks for any ideas.
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