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Old 22nd January 2004, 06:48 PM   #1
rulezzz is offline rulezzz  Lithuania
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it is a realy stupid question but i realy dont know what to do.Here is tda7293 link and in figure 2 can you explain me where to connect +SV ,BOOTS ,LONDER ,DRIVER.And if somebody has a circuit of tda7293 without mute ,standby(the simplies circuit with minimum components) please post.I'm a newbie so i realy don't know what to do.
Any information would be very helpful.
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