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Old 10th June 2012, 12:23 AM   #1
karolsz is offline karolsz  Poland
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Default Modification of Chorus audi car audio / tda 7376b

hello,

What are the possibilities to change the dual 2x35 amp TDA 7376b . I`m looking for replacement to this one with better quality and more power.
Is there any other better amp to this car audio ?

I`m curiuos also how to make a little more bass/loudness effect on this audio? Is there any solutions to change the circuit ?

Any sugestions , I`ll be much appreciated
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Old 10th June 2012, 10:29 AM   #2
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if i was you i would just use a regular car amp, driven by the line out of the unit.
The available voltage limits the output power, regardles of what ic would you use instead of thisone, available power would not change.
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