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Old 9th January 2004, 04:10 PM   #1
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Question Preamp grounding

Hello there.

I have just finished building a new preamp for my home stereo. Now I'm about to build a good chassis.
My question is how I should make the signal ground for the best result. I will have 6 inputs and two outputs.
Should I ground them to the chassis next to each connector or should I ground them all to the same point. Another sollution is to connect all signal grounds with one wire and ground that.

Where should I put power ground?

What signal cables is recommended? I'm not rich so they should not be to expensive

/Linus
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