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70 Watt solidstate amlpifier

Started by Drikus, October 08, 2008, 08:17:31 PM

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It seems that everone is searching for a simple though hi-end amplifier, high output, low distortion, low  voltage required, enz.

I've build several projects with an TDA1562 from Philips and I must say it is an excellent power amplifier!
It requires only 18 Volts max as power source. It transformes it's own power /required voltages on-board and seems to be the perfect answer to high power, low voltages.  Easy to build and really does the trick.
It's a verry complicated design inside but verry easy to build on the outside.
Please look for the datasheets on www.alldatasheet.com for it's a dike of an amplifier!
The link don't seem to work, just google on TDA 1562....

Edited the link..should be working now...

greets Drikus

biggy boy

Can you post some more info on your amp with the chip!
schematics woud be cool.
I have purchased one on Ebay should be here in a week or so.



What happened to this?  Do you have a layout or anything?
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