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Old 5th February 2007, 06:53 AM   #1
carstereogeek is offline carstereogeek  United States
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Can anyone suggest chipamps that will run on a +12 volt supply? This will be used in an automotive 5.1 system I'm working on.Space is a major concern and available 5.1 car amps can sink a battleship!
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You may use Philips's TDA1560Q.. It works in class H and can give up to 40W RMS. Noise and THD values are not comparable with conventional chip amps but it works fine.
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The TDA7560 is an extremely good caramp.
4x28W (2ohm&12V) and VERY low dist. Peak current is 10A!!!!
The TDA7561-7566 are cheaper but also good but you need to do some programming.

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