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Old 10th May 2008, 09:33 PM   #1
digo_rp is offline digo_rp  Brazil
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Default New one on class D

Guys, could you help me with this kinda amplifier class?
Im trying to find out any circuit/schematic of a class D amplifier...
could anyone post a circuit/schematic/pcb anything ?
could be any kinda of power 100W 50W rms etc. please ?
Im trying to learn its my firt time...
and I would like to learn to create not using a complete amplifier chip from anybody like national/philips etc. I would like to start using some simple example using some chips for oscilator some nand ports etc. please.
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