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Old 8th January 2009, 01:05 AM   #1
Yoshy is offline Yoshy  Canada
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Hello everyone and happy new year !

I've recently finished the third revision to one of my PCBs and this time I'd like to ask you guys what you think about this layout. (While I'll take any advice about the Amp itself I'm more looking to polish my layout skills).

Every part has been confirmed and available this time (yeah got bitten by a part that didn't exist in the package I had placed). I've tried to keep everything on one side only, when I had no choice but to cross I made sure they crossed at 90deg etc...

The eternal question I still have is about the heat sink:
- How can I make it ?
- Where can I buy it ?
- How can I make sure it my parts will fit through it ?

Many Thanks

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