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Old 4th October 2017, 10:13 AM   #11
papaarrugada is offline papaarrugada  Germany
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Hi again,
I want to report my results after studiing the data sheet.
I decided realizing a gain of 20dB and changed the resistors.
Noise is very low, but my max. input level was not enough.
Therefore I changed to 26dB, noise is about half in comparison to beginning and my input level was enough.
From both resistors 39k and 100k I left the 100k and placed a further 39k in parallel to the original. This makes 19.5k, best value in data sheet is 20k with 5% tolerance.


I tuned all my 8 amp boards.


Next step is muting from raspberryPi over GPIO pins and a delayed switched relay in the power supply of the amp boards.


Thank you all for the help and informations!
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Old 5th October 2017, 09:53 AM   #12
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Hi again,
I want to report my results after studiing the data sheet.
I decided realizing a gain of 20dB and changed the resistors.
Noise is very low, but my max. input level was not enough.
Therefore I changed to 26dB, noise is about half in comparison to beginning and my input level was enough.
From both resistors 39k and 100k I left the 100k and placed a further 39k in parallel to the original. This makes 19.5k, best value in data sheet is 20k with 5% tolerance.


I tuned all my 8 amp boards.


Next step is muting from raspberryPi over GPIO pins and a delayed switched relay in the power supply of the amp boards.


Thank you all for the help and informations!

@papaarrugada Can you please add some illustrations/pictures/schematics with the mods you made?
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Old 8th October 2017, 12:57 PM   #13
papaarrugada is offline papaarrugada  Germany
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yes, of course.

gain can be selected with two R's.
The table of datasheet shows following selectable values in master mode:

gain | R1 to GND | R2 to GVDD
--------------------------------------------
20dB | 5,6k | OPEN
26dB | 20k | 100k --> I have selected
32dB | 39k | 100k --> default setting
36dB | 47k | 75k

therefore I had to change R1 from 39k to 20k.
I decided to place a second 39k on the top of the default R 39k.
Two 39k R's results in 19,5k, 20k is the suggested value in the table.
But it's in the 5% tolerance (19k to 21k).

I want to add a picture where you can see the "construction".
But I don't know how I can import a pic.
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