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Old 12th January 2004, 11:38 PM   #1
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Default 4-layer PCB, 2 voltages, ground ??

I'd like to put (mono) amp & crossover on the same PCB, and can get 4-layer boards made. Crossover uses +/-12V (regulated); Amp PSU will have a separate bridge for each (25V) rail. My idea is to use one internal layer for 0V (shared by both supplies), and the other for signal Ground. Will this work?
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