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joecool85 22nd January 2006 11:50 PM

bridging lm4780 kit
 
If I was to buy a dual mono lm4780 kit from chipamp.com (when they get them back in stock), and I bridged them together by way of using a DRV134 like here:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...=&pagenumber=2

Am I right in thinking that I would get roughly 240wRMS, 480wPEAK power?

If anyone is wondering, this is going to be used for a bass amp.

joecool85 23rd January 2006 06:26 AM

So from what I gather it would go something like this:
__paralleled lm4780 + goes to plus of speaker
Input from bass -> preamp/eq -> DRV134 -|_paralleled lm4780 + goes to neg of speaker


Now for the questions:

Does that sound right?

What will one lm4780 give for power (RMS and PEAK)?

What would this give me for power (RMS and PEAK)?

*Assume an 8ohm load and proper transformer/PSU setup for max power.


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