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Old 15th November 2004, 10:35 PM   #1
icebear is offline icebear  Norway
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Default Grounding the Decware Se84sc

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I have been finishinga clone of the decware se84sc but I'm not satisfied with the ground wiring. I also have a small amount of hum in the speakers (audible from my seating. 100dB/W speaker)
Does anyone have a grounding schematics or briefly can describe how it should be done. With tha small amount of components it shoul be easy to explain :-)
The sound is by the way very promesing.

bjørn
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Old 16th November 2004, 01:34 PM   #2
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i guess from the se84sc that the se part means single ended right? with se you get relatively high current draw and none of the hum canceling that pp offers. plus with 100dB/W speakers, this will make it sound louder. you might want to try filtering the power suply a bit more, but this may not offer that much more benifit.
what do you mean by the 'grounding schmatics'??? it should be drawn in on the original schematic where all ground conections should be made. the configuration you use is entirely up to you, but i would recomend star grounding.
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