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Ground Issues
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 09, 2015 3:58 am    Post subject: Ground Issues
Subject description: Digital and analogue ground are joined by stooge brackets
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hi
Im in the later stages of building a klee with a bride chamber front panel
Ive used two stooge brackets made from flashing material to mount the boards.
In hindsight I have realised that both panels bridge analogue and digital grounds as I have attached them to the Panel using the jack sockets
Im using a Motm power supply so I am under the assumption that I will be joining these two grounds at W1 any way
Is this going to lead to a world of pain? Or am I going to get away with what I now assume is a single common ground?
Any clarity on this might save my mental state
Thanks
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