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richyrich212t 16th December 2006 06:24 PM

Chip amp Newbie Question??
 
Hello All,

I am interested in a dual Mono Chip amp in kit form.


could someone help with a list of kits available

the ones i am aware of are :

chipamp.com
audio sector


Also which is the highest power best quality kit avialble

thanks for any input in advance

DJ Exprice 17th December 2006 08:22 AM

Personally, I think the best thing that you can do is make it all from scratch, but then again, I'm not saying you have to do it that way. I think that chipamp is very intuitive and very easy to understand, by what I hear, and the PCBs and parts that I saw, along with the schematics as well. I think that making a chip amp from a perf-board and wire would work well. Just make sure to leave some breathing room when you do those types of boards :D

-Exprice

gmilitano 17th December 2006 04:04 PM

Yes, especially with the LM3875, it is very easy to go point to point with a breadboard.

Here is an illustrated example: LM3875 Point to Point Construction

Otherwise, chipamp.com and audio sector are good choices if you want to go the PCB route.

Here is an industrial looking amp I built with chipamp.com boards:

LM3886 Chip Amplifier (gainclone)


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