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Old 28th April 2011, 09:11 AM   #1
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Default Bridged Amplifier with LM1875

I people from diyAudio, I am here because I need to understand this bridged amplifier component by component. This is the amplifier:
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R1-3-5-7-9=22Kohms C2-7=22uF 16V IC1-2=LM1875
R2-8=680ohms C3-6=220nF 100V Lsp=8ohms/ 60W Loudspeaker
R4-6=1ohm C4-9=100nF 100V
C1=4.7uF 16V C5-8=200uF 25V

I will put a power supply of +-15V. I need to put or replace some components or is good like that?
I will apreciate your answers,Thank you.
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