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Old 4th January 2006, 01:35 PM   #1
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Default decoupling for TDA1540/SAA7020 (CD104)

Hi,
am about to order some caps to replace the decoupling (20uF/40v) caps on the decoder board of my Philips CD104.

Most of the supplies are +5v to the primary chips (TDA1540 & SAA7020) si I guess I could drop down to 6.3 or 10v caps.

I'm thinking of going OSCONS but should I increase the uF values.
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