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N-Channel 30th May 2003 02:49 AM

LM4675 Gainclone
 
Anyone use National's LM4675 from their Overture series of chip-amps to make a Gailclone? :confused: I see all this talk about the LM3886 and others, but no mention of the '4675. I have about 10 of these chips that I want to use for a 6-channel surround amp, but would like some feedback (no pun intended) on their use, first. Thanks!

'73, N8XO

N-Channel 30th May 2003 02:50 AM

Gainclone misspelled!
 
Sorry! :bawling: I misspelled GAINCLONE

jackinnj 30th May 2003 03:02 AM

http://www.national.com/pf/LM/LM4765.html not 4675 tomorrow I will check the pinout vs the LM1876 which I used in the 4 channel unit

N-Channel 30th May 2003 03:06 AM

LM4765
 
Jackinnj-

Man! I'm losin' it tonight! :o Need more coffee! :eek: I meant LM4765. Downloaded the sheets last year, but was really looking for feedback from anyone who has actually used it. Opinions, impressions, things like that.

leadbelly 30th May 2003 03:27 AM

I didn't get much response on this thread:

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...threadid=15453

So probably not too many have tried it. I think it's one of those things where if you were buying new, most would recommend sticking to the chips without standby or mute, but if you have them already, go for it.

carlmart 31st May 2003 05:16 AM

They might be interesting for a compact bridged or parallel GC.


Carlos


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