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  1. This "ground/common" has no magical powers - it is not an infinite sink for electrons - it is just another point in the circuit. These days, "ground/common" is usually the most negative point in the circuit, but it may sometimes be the most positive point (one logic family is intended to operate from -5 volts - there the ground is positive).
  2. It is my understanding that the SDA's require a common ground. My power amp is a Sansui B, late 80's. I used the multi tester checking the continuity across both left and right speaker ground posts, there is slight movement on the multitesters meter, but not full. Does anyone now if the Sansui B is a common ground amp? Thanks.
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  4. Oct 24,  · In some schematic diagrams you will find a connection to a positive terminal, a negative terminal, and a ground terminal. This is common in for example amplifier circuits. So, how does this work? In this scenario, the ground is the middle-point between the positive and the negative terminal. If the voltage measured between the negative and the.
  5. Sep 24,  · Disconnecting the cable ground where it enters the house often cures (or helps cure) the ground loop(s) and the stuff is still grounded via the A.C. cords, yet the cable company will absolutely disown you, this too violates the NEC (Article section 33, edition), and there is a risk of greater lightning damage.
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  7. The circuit diagram illustrates a simple ground loop. Two circuits share a common path to ground. This path has a resistance planbacklantpretintmasalacleahenvorep.xyzinfoy, the ground conductor would have no resistance (=), yielding no voltage drop across it, =, keeping the connection point between the circuits at a constant ground planbacklantpretintmasalacleahenvorep.xyzinfo that case, the output of circuit 2 is simply.
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  9. Oct 16,  · 1. Yes, those grounds do need to be linked. Instead of just joining them together, I would use a ground symbol on all points that connect to the second ground - that is the transistor's emitter, the 's ground pin, and the connector pin. 2. The needs decoupling capacitors. See .

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