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Old 18th October 2003, 07:26 PM   #1
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I'm building a handheld Playstation and looking to upgrade the built-in sound. The screen uses a pair of Foster speakers, about 1" x 1.5", and an LM4835 speaker/headphone driver.

First off, can anyone suggest some decent small speakers? (No more than about 2" x 1", hopefully.) I'm not looking for Tivoli or Klipsch sound out of this thing, just some wide-range speakers better than stock. I see Digikey has a lot of these, some even claiming to be "hi-fi" and "full-range." Has anyone tried them?

Second, can you point me to a simple amp that will power these? I'm planning to build a basic cmoy headphone amp. Is there a simple voltage follower I can use after this to power the speakers? Thanks.
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