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Old 7th April 2005, 09:46 PM   #11
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ok listen.. the schematic on rod elliots site show a resistor||to a cap connecting the mains ground to the amps star ground... its NOT about connecting an analog to the digital ground.. impedance of a coil rises with frequency, so high freqs flowing through the digital will be cut out from the analog part due to the high impedance node between the analog and the digital ground.. and i am talking about a low dcr rf choke (or similar...)..
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