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Old 6th November 2012, 06:51 PM   #11
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it will not kill any human, but the back EMF created even by a 5V small-signal relay coil is high enough to kill LEDs, transistors or other semiconductor parts - probably also true for amplifier ICs!

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Mmm, audio amplifier normally has high value caps in parallel that overdampes the spike. I believe can kill a led , but I doubt can kill an audio amplifier.
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