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hamedfazelm 9th May 2010 10:32 AM

LM1876 shematic
 
Hello
Please give me some links for lm1876 based amp projects.
thank you.

AndrewT 9th May 2010 10:39 AM

No.
Go and search for lm1876 and also download lm1876 datasheet.

bob91343 26th May 2010 06:19 AM

I just discovered a few of those ICs in my collection. Looks simple enough to build something but rather than reinvent the wheel I'd like to find some artwork someone has created for this. I don't find anything in the data sheet.

But 20W per channel is awesome for such a little unit. I also have a few LM4780 chips that will put out 120W; I'd like to make a project for that one also.

Luke 26th May 2010 07:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hamedfazelm (Post 2180912)
Hello
Please give me some links for lm1876 based amp projects.
thank you.

I think its two LM1785 in one package. Do a forum search for LM1875 in the chip amp section. Theres loads of these floating around, try Google too.

AndrewT 26th May 2010 12:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bob91343 (Post 2198729)
I also have a few LM4780 chips that will put out 120W;

go and read again. the 4780 cannot put out 120W. It can do 60W from each of it's two channels if properly assembled.


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