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Old 22nd January 2004, 06:57 AM   #11
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So what can u say about TDA1524s performance? Do you happy from it?
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Old 25th January 2004, 05:57 AM   #12
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I ve been using internet for quite sometime now and trying to get help through discussion boards always made me sick, as the people who know anything tend to behave like GODS, but DIY Audio seems an exception here people serioulsy try to help people out, my Hats off to people maintaning the site, Jeans Idea of usinf a divider at the input is excellent, I just gave it a try and beliven me it work more than just fine, only side effect you need to workout the proper combination as to how much u want to divide down input voltage. But it is definitely worth giving a try.
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Old 26th January 2004, 07:32 AM   #13
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I really did not understand what did you say! But I tried the microjean's signal divider! And it works... But I cannot say its a perfect way to tone control... May be I can divide the dc pot driving voltage.. Or you can say more?
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Old 29th January 2004, 06:45 AM   #14
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Hi, all

Could someone please e-mail me the PCB copper side so I can print it out to make my own PCB for the TDA1524A?

I would really appreciate it.

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Old 4th January 2006, 08:12 AM   #15
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Hi can anyone please send me the pcb layout of TDA1524A copper side?

pls sent it to my email: game_master_287@yahoo.com
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Old 4th January 2006, 11:08 AM   #16
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Yes it does!

The audio source has it's own noise, no matter the signal level.
TDA1524 will amplify both noise and signal.
I hope you can adjust the input volume of youre audio source.
Please be more specific about what is your source signal (cd-player, PC etc.).

I use the same circuit in my amplifier and I had the same problem.
The divider worked like charm!
your reasoning is difficult to gauge.i will try your circuit and post the result soon.

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I ve been using internet for quite sometime now and trying to get help through discussion boards always made me sick, as the people who know anything tend to behave like GODS, but DIY Audio seems an exception here people serioulsy try to help people out, my Hats off to people maintaning the site, Jeans Idea of usinf a divider at the input is excellent, I just gave it a try and beliven me it work more than just fine, only side effect you need to workout the proper combination as to how much u want to divide down input voltage. But it is definitely worth giving a try.
this forum is great.

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I really did not understand what did you say! But I tried the microjean's signal divider! And it works... But I cannot say its a perfect way to tone control... May be I can divide the dc pot driving voltage.. Or you can say more?
it worked for u.let me see if it works for me.i have exactly the same problem,100% same,i dismissed it as being a fake IC,or too much of gain for the amp to handle.
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Old 7th November 2009, 04:43 PM   #17
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Yes it does!

The audio source has it's own noise, no matter the signal level.
TDA1524 will amplify both noise and signal.
I hope you can adjust the input volume of youre audio source.
Please be more specific about what is your source signal (cd-player, PC etc.).

I use the same circuit in my amplifier and I had the same problem.
The divider worked like charm!
Use 9v battery for testing if any noise is generated from powersupply. TDA1524 is very PCB design dependent!; LM1036 + TL074 (for example) as input separator is better.
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Old 17th June 2011, 03:14 PM   #18
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Hi
I have TDA 7294 amp baxendal tone control is not matching this ic. TDA 1524 is well match, but i didn't like that sound. Because bass is good but treble is not clear. Please help me give me best circuit for tda 7294 ic. LM 1036 is not available in my city.
MY email id is-sasikamal24@ymail.com

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Old 12th August 2011, 01:06 PM   #19
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does your tda1524 gets warm? coz mine does,, can i glue it with a heatsink?
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