36 Watt BTL Power Amplifier Circuit using IC TDA1562Q

This 36 watt power amplifier circuit is structured over a class of Philips H-Audio Amplifier IC and may provide 36W RMS or 70W audio power, all coming from approximately a 14V power supply. This innovative Powerful Midget Amplifier can definitely throw a punch of about 36 W constant RMS right into a 4 ohm loudspeaker […]

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Simple 12 watt Amplifier Circuit using TDA1020 IC

In this post we study a very simple yet powerful 12 watt amplifier circuit using a single chip TDA1020 and few other handful of passive components. The TDA1020 is designed in the form of a monolithic integrated 12 W audio amplifier in a 9-lead single in-line (SIL) plastic package. Typically the unit is principally created […]

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Dynamic MIC Preamplifier Circuit

In this post we discuss a powerful preamplifier circuit for microphones, which can be used for amplifying an electret MIC signal, using just a couple of BJTs. Microphone signals will often be too weak to get carried to units for example mixing consoles and recording devices with sufficient strength. Preamplifiers boost a microphone signal to […]

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30 Watt Stereo Amplifier Circuit Using IC TDA1521

The post details how to build a simple 30 watt stereo power amplifier circuit using a single hassle free IC TDA1521   This little (yet strong) stereo very compact could be effortlessly repaired and troubleshot. This Philips monolithic integrated circuit TDA1521, that contains an ultimate dual BF with totally self-employed channels, each competent at delivering […]

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