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Old 3rd August 2011, 03:15 PM   #1
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Dear All, I would like to build a 2-ways TDA 7264 btl as amp for sub, can anybody give me a circuit sketch cos i don't know how to design.

The tda7264 will be taken off my old home theatre system, and the datasheet you can view via http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/data...ics/mXytyq.pdf

any kinda help will be very appreciated.
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Old 3rd August 2011, 03:26 PM   #2
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By looking at the figure of the frequency response of the chip ,the output drops exactly from 100 Hz , so it's not a good choice for powering a sub
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By looking at the figure of the frequency response of the chip ,the output drops exactly from 100 Hz , so it's not a good choice for powering a sub
I see the output drop as you say, could you please recommend an IC or driver IC for powering a sub?
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Old 3rd August 2011, 04:39 PM   #4
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Me ??? I was wandering in search of a good 500 W class D amp for subwoofer duties ...
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Old 3rd August 2011, 05:38 PM   #5
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By looking at the figure of the frequency response of the chip ,the output drops exactly from 100 Hz , so it's not a good choice for powering a sub








According to the chart the output drops less than .5db (.3db) from 100hz to 20hz.
This chip won't have any problems for sub use except that it only has an output power of 20 watts which is very limiting for subwoofer use.

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Read the print - it says with Cin = 1uF. If you want a lower cut off frequencey, use a larger input cap. And, as previously mentioned, it is only down .5 db at 20Hz, so is not a big deal to begin with. Since the feedback is internal, would require an external circuit (phase inverter) to run bridged. Also, want to keep supply to 16V for bridged operation - think 4 ohm equivalent load for each channel when bridged into 8 ohms.
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According to the chart the output drops less than .5db (.3db) from 100hz to 20hz.
This chip won't have any problems for sub use except that it only has an output power of 20 watts which is very limiting for subwoofer use.

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what about to use it as a driver to drive a couples of diod or mosfets?
will it work that way to compensate it's limit in output power?
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That is a whole another topology It has been mentioned before and has been done with such chips as the LM1877.

It might be something fun to research,But if you need more power you are better off just getting a higher power chip and starting there, like the LM3886 or TDA7293 or TDA7294 or somthing.


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That is a whole another topology It has been mentioned before and has been done with such chips as the LM1877.

It might be something fun to research,But if you need more power you are better off just getting a higher power chip and starting there, like the LM3886 or TDA7293 or TDA7294 or somthing.


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Thanks Jer.

by the way, what's the difference between class D and class AB power sub amp?

because it seems good to use a class D power sub amp.
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Old 6th August 2011, 07:55 AM   #10
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AND WHAT KINDA CLASS D IC I CAN USE FOR A POWER SUB AMP?
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