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Old 25th September 2004, 01:06 PM   #1
PatPet is offline PatPet  Hong Kong
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Default Paralleling up DACs, will the output stage overloaded?


I have been browsing through the forum for a few days and I'm interested in building a DAC with parallel topology. I have a worry that the Pass D1 output stage will be over-driven, or over-loaded(I don't know which one is correct).

Is there a limit of n where n is the number of dac per channel, that the output stage will run without problem?

Thanks in advance.

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