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Old 11th February 2016, 09:22 AM   #1
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Hi all,
I'm in the process of alterations to my digital audio chain the new arrangements are :-

Box 1 bbb -> Hermes -> Cronus -> Teleporter
cat5 to Box 2 Teleporter -> Otto 11 -> B11/Ivy3
Power is Placid bp and LCDS

The Cronus/Teleporter in box 1 will be powered using the spare pair in the cat5

Question :- What are the basic principles and best practises for a grounding scheme for this sort of arrangement with multiple digital modules and power supplys.
Any opinions/thoughts would be appreciated.

Cheers, Steve

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