amb wrote:There are several issues to consider, but the most important one is to keep the power transformer and all AC wiring as far away from the amp board and input wiring as possible.
amb wrote:How will you be securing the boards? You shouldn't drill into the M³ board to mount spacers for the σ11, because there are circuit traces there.
Assuming you're not willing to change to a larger case, I would recommend putting the power transformer into its own box. At least that will avoid the biggest problem in this layout.
DrJones wrote:I'm actually planning to put Gamma 1 to the same main box. I will get back to the Gamma case later, but for now, my plan is to build Gamma to its own hammond box, and use the main case rear panel as Gammas rear panel, so that the Gamma will be completely inside of its own metal box inside of the main case. Most likely I change gamma outputs to RCA, mounted rear of the main case, but I'm still considering to wire gamma output directly to the M3 input (disadvantages known, but I most likely will use my setup only: USB in -> headphones out, at office and thats it, So I really don't need line level analog inputs and outputs at all .
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