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maurycy 29th January 2010 01:08 PM

Headphone out with TA2024
I have amp board with TA2024 that I would like to use as small speaker/headphone amplifier. I looked here for schematic but TA2024 is rated at 10W at 8Ohms and I am lost on what R1 and R3 values should I use (minimum they list is 20W).

I am also open to other suggestions on how to build headphone out from TA2024.


wwenze 29th January 2010 02:24 PM


Warning: This unit is not designed to be used with bridged amplifiers! If there is a warning on your amp that states that the -ve speaker terminals must not be grounded, then you must not connect this adaptor, or the amplifier will be damaged.
And TA2024 is bridged.

TA2022 isn't, however.

maurycy 29th January 2010 02:28 PM

I did more reading and see now that TA2024 is bridged and cannot be used :-(

Thanks for reply. I may check TA2022 then.

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