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|30th September 2013, 11:09 AM||#1|
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Guidance for a 120W mono 100V audio amplifer
This is my first post here, I am starting my first Audio Amplifier project and I need Help to get started. I have looked arround many sites including Texas instruments to get started but there is so much stuff that gets me confused.
I want help in designing the an amplifier with following features.
- upto 120W
- 3 input chans
- output audio should be 100V
- digital gain and volume control (i need to be able to control the volume digitaly )
I would be using it power a max of 40 speakers around in the villa ( 3Wx40=120W)
I prefer Texas instruments products as i can get samples free but I am open to any brand you guys will suggest.
I also am ready to buy any development or eval kits that will Help.
please Guide me how should i start , I need to understand the basics , and guidance for which type of amplifier and other blocks should i use.
Thanks in advance
Last edited by dmsherazi; 30th September 2013 at 12:13 PM. Reason: changed some description
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