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Thread: Silverstone EB01 PCB EMI

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    Silverstone EB01 PCB EMI

    I plan on using a Silverstone EB01 for the Output of my sound in my CarPC. I removed the PCB of the EB01 from the case so i can put it inside my Opus Case. Try make things a "package" deal.

    One thing im thinking. Do you guys think i should be concerned with trying to shield the PCB? EMI Shielding i mean. Should i try find a tiny project box to put it in?

    Just wanted to see what people thought.

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    No opinions?

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    put ferrites on the usb lines and inputs and you should be ok
    Car : 00' Chrysler 300M
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    Im looking at these. http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=110-450

    There labeled as AC ferrites. They will still function the same on a DC line correct?

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    Im using the EB01 for my sound, and took it out of the housing as well. I didnt shield it or use ferrites, and the sound is perfect.


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    Great. Thanks mate.. Appreciate the pics..

    Id like to know out of curiosity though if those ferrites i linked to will work on a DC line? I barely understand the concept of a ferrite.

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