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Old 19th September 2004, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default REQ Comment on PCB Layout

I've laid out a new PCB board for a amp.

Any ideas on where i should change the design??
It was laid out with Express PCB.. Exp PCB
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Old 19th September 2004, 07:36 PM   #2
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Sorry all.. Found a bunch of errors in the original. Namely B- missing from Output Stage. I was able to move things around and get some of the upper traces removed.

Updated is the fixed board. But its being updated as we speak..

I'll try and incorporate everyones recommendations..
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Final Design. With component #'s

Anyone have a comment??

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Hello,

Why not use the two layers equally, so you can optimise the length of the traces?

Generally I would clean up the PCB so your components are placed nicer, and maybe align some of the components to make the PCB nice to look at also.

Good luck, and keep trying

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Final Design. With component #'s

Anyone have a comment??

Yes, just one question. Why are you using a double-sided pcb?

It should be fairly easy to design all your paths on a single side, at most using just two wire bypasses, close to the output transistors.

OK, another question: are you splitting your grounds between supply and input bars to be joined at your star ground?


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