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Re: Point to Point vs PCB [message #94162 is a reply to message #93523] Sun, 08 August 2021 12:44 Go to previous message
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A quick note. PC boards can be used for point to point, or better yet lead to lead connecting to minimize wires and solder connections.

Personally, I feel laying out the board myself, rather than a computer program, yields higher quality, such as filter capacitors as shields for better channel separation, and wider foils for larger wire equivalent.

Any left/right channel coupling causes frequency response deviations when both channels are tested, or played at once, VS when only one channel is tested or played.

cheers

pos
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