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Old 14th June 2014, 04:19 AM   #1
jwhisl is offline jwhisl  United States
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Default Mini PAM8610-gf1510

Does anyone here have experience with this amp? I just ordered one from China for less than $8.00 Specs are:

Model: PAM8610-GF1510
Work: Class D (PWM modulation type)
Chip selection:PAM8610
Power Range: DC6V-15V (self-protection)
Recommended voltage:DC 12V 2A
Thermal volume: no heat
Dimensions:30x22x2.5 mm
Output Power: 10W x 2(8Ω) 15W x 2(4Ω)
Frequency Response: 20HZ-15KHZ
Channel type: two-channel
Quiescent Current: 20MA (DC12V)
SNR: 90%
Speakers: 10-100W
Input impedance: 15K
Output impedance: 4-8Ω
Harmonic distortion: <0.1%
Net weight: 3g

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Old 17th June 2014, 10:07 AM   #2
Mihkus is offline Mihkus  Estonia
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It seems to be fine for medium size fullrange speakers or car audio midbass drivers. But frequency response sucks.
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