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Old 23rd November 2005, 07:03 AM   #1
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Default Simple decoupling circuit for DACs?

Hi guys,

I'm planning an ultra-portable stereo designed to hook up to a laptop. The plan is to have the DAC (I'm using diyparadise's Monica 2) and a custom class-D amp run off the same 12V switching power supply that the laptop is using, while the laptop runs in power-saving mode operated by a remote.

The general circuit tests out, and everything can run without hitting current output limits on the SMPS. However the problem is that there is inavoidably a lot of noise in the PS, whether it's from the class-D or the laptop or the PSU itself. Is there a simple LC-decoupling/bypassing circuit that I can use to decouple the entire noise-sensitive DAC without lowering the supply voltage? What would be suitable values?

Thanks in advance
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