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jonnyq 13th March 2012 04:01 AM

Please help identify old chip amp
 
Not really sure how old is it, but I found it collecting dust in the basement. Could someone help me identify it and tell me if it is worth the trouble, or do I just throw it away. Thanks

http://amarten.smugmug.com/Audio/TA2...1000796-XL.jpg

http://amarten.smugmug.com/Audio/TA2...1000793-XL.jpg

http://amarten.smugmug.com/Audio/TA2...1000794-XL.jpg

http://amarten.smugmug.com/Audio/TA2...1000800-XL.jpg

tauro0221 13th March 2012 04:17 AM

Hi,
That is a TA2024 chip digital microprocessor 15 watts amplifier. Here is the link for the datasheet.
http://www.sp01.jp/mXyzxwwt.pdf

sregor 14th March 2012 02:53 AM

Probably a t-amp or variant. Try searching the class D amp forum for TA2024 or T-amp or Sonic Impact. Should find tons of info and ideas. (my favorite was using a solar panel to power the amp - no I haven't tried this)

ChristianThomas 14th March 2012 10:43 AM

Yeah, that's worth reviving. They sound pretty good, if a touch warm. Can run off a car battery very nicely indeed.


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