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Old 11th September 2012, 08:23 AM   #1
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Default My first battery powered classD amp

Hello!

I want to build a battery powered amp, but there are so many ways to go that i get a bit lost in choosing the right amps. Perhaps I can get some good suggestions or help for choosing some suitable amps.

Well having that said, this is what i'm aiming for.

The amps must be:
  • Capable of using one or two 9V batteries without draining them too fast.
  • Able to drive small 8 ohm speakers
  • Easy to build.
  • Quite good sounding (not expecting true HiFi)

What don't want is to buy a kit or ready designed pcb, I want to do it all myself. It should become a good learning experience for me

Suggestions for other not class-D amps are also welcome of course.
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