Brief Description: IC PT2399 from Princeton Technology Corporation. Pin 15 and pin 16 to form a capacitance by changing the external resi...
TDA7293 and TDA7294 is a common feature of the bootstrap capacitor is not installed work as usual, which gives an opportunity for unscrupul...
Amplifiers which run from 12V DC generally don’t put out much power and they are usually not hifi as well. But this little stereo amplifie...
This is design is very similar to the National Semiconductor BPA-200 (Bridge/Parallel Amplifier) which uses 4x LM3886 per channel and an i...
The amplifier and speakers that can handle medium-power is designed to provide a strictly amateur . Accidental overloads can damag...
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