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Old 7th February 2003, 03:58 PM   #1
TomJ is offline TomJ  United Kingdom
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Default simple designs for 50-100W amplifer

I have have very recently gotten intrested in making my self a speaker amp, one of the main reasons was that I didn't want to spend more than 100 on an amp. I am not to bothered how it looks. I don't want it to hiss but I am not an audiophile. I am a beginner so it needs to be fairly simple.
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Old 7th February 2003, 05:12 PM   #2
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I have have very recently gotten intrested in making my self a speaker amp, one of the main reasons was that I didn't want to spend more than 100 on an amp. I am not to bothered how it looks. I don't want it to hiss but I am not an audiophile. I am a beginner so it needs to be fairly simple.
Hello TomJ.

Either you can use TDA2050 (search on that keyword, here at forum)
or some other Power Amp IC.
It is real simple. But can sound very good!
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Look at the GainClone thread. Especially the "Not Another GainClone" one. You'll find some design inspiration from Peter D. and some others. Schematics and mods suggestions are included throughout the thread.

It's probably the simplest Amp you'll find here and it sounds quite very nice

Don't forget to use a 2X24Volts transformer if you wish to get those 50Watts.

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