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rellik 13th October 2005 04:43 PM

recommend discrete Class D
 
recommend me a discrete class D amplifier, i am looking for a project

doesnt have too be very high power, 10 watts will suffice

thanks
hersh singh

nitrate 14th October 2005 12:12 PM

Quote:

recommend me a discrete class D amplifier, i am looking for a project
You forgot to say Please:angel:


Mad.P

Nuuk 14th October 2005 12:51 PM

Yes, a little more information would allow us to help you! ;)

Do you mean that you are looking for a kit that uses discrete components? If so then the Autocostruire (Audiodigit) 2020 amplifier may be just what you are looking for! :att'n:

rellik 17th October 2005 02:00 PM

im looking for just a schematic with individual transistors and such, not a circuit based off of a big chip like one from tripath

please :D

Hurtig 17th October 2005 02:28 PM

Check this design... http://hem.passagen.se/johanps/

The first version, 0.5 is a low power version, running on +- 5 volt. My guess is, that you can turn up the supply to 10 volt with a few ajustments.
See: http://hem.passagen.se/johanps/Amp0_5/Amp0_5.pdf

rellik 18th October 2005 04:36 AM

thank you very much, that is exactly what I am looking for in a relatively simple layout

thanks, and if anyone else has something similar, please post it as well

classd4sure 19th October 2005 02:49 AM

Hi,

I could recommend one to you but what are you goals, why only ten watts, does it just have to work? Basically is this a project for school or....?

Might have a real hard time getting something to "just work" it takes alot of effort, have a look here:

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...threadid=55385

Regards,
Chris

rellik 20th October 2005 06:52 AM

classd4sure:
yup its a project for school

this is just to see if the project will be worthwile and i guessed the lower power ones would be more simple

and thanks for the link

Kenshin 26th October 2005 12:34 PM

See my blog
there's actual a 10 watt one in the photos, K1410 version 1.1.
simple and suitable for school training purposes

rellik 27th October 2005 04:36 PM

Kenshin: could you give me a link to the schematic please, its hard to find b/c i cant read your site...


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