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AureasEquitem45 20th January 2013 01:51 AM

Help with KIA6210-AH Chip
So I recently got my hands on two audio boards made for desktop speakers. Both happened to be missing the actual speakers that hooked up to them except the subs which were built into the box. I managed to salvage quite a bit of parts from both of these boards, the highlights being 2x TDA2005, 4x LM386, 2x LM358, and 1x KIA6210-AH which is what I was hoping to use for a small Bike stereo project.

I normally would've simply tried to rewire these boards to work for what I wanted but the fact that they were also missing their power supplies and had a few blown parts made that idea obsolete fast.

The problem I have is the fact that there doesn't seem to be any real info on the KIA6210 chip and the only thing I could find was a hard to read schematic. I was wanting to use this chip due to it's ability to output 20w per channel in the best scenario.

The main thing I was looking for was an example build to go by or an easy to read schematic. I can solder quite well. If anyone has any useful info on how to use this particular chip or has even used it in the past please let me know.

Bone 20th January 2013 11:06 AM

Download the datasheet from KIA6210 datasheet and application note, data sheet, circuit, pdf, cross reference | Datasheet Archive

AureasEquitem45 21st January 2013 03:55 PM

Thanks, I guess I just need to search the web better. Heading to the shack to buy the few parts I'm missing. I'll let everyone know how it goes!

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