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Old 1st June 2011, 04:00 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by lithoc View Post
Usually car speakers have 2 - 4 ohm, I think a single TAS5630 will cut it. SE mode can handle 2ohm.

I would really like to see this chip in a head unit tho. May be not full power but around 100W++ X 4@4ohm. It will be the most powerful head unit ever.


good idea! suggest place a relay between se output and half vcc ,if not you can not boot the tas cjip when speaker wired .
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