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rockgardenlove 11th February 2009 02:41 AM

Looking for a reliable 100w design
 
Hi,
I'm looking for a reliable 100 watt design. I really want something previously tested out, if possible.
100 watts isn't really too hard a limit, I just want it to be able to go pretty loud.

Any ideas? Thanks!

tinitus 11th February 2009 03:57 AM

Do you want only schematic or plugandplay tested module

How loud is really loud and how much power you need is mostly a matter of your speakers

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...ighlight=krill

If you want tested modules take a look at aussieamplifiers

ostripper 11th February 2009 04:04 AM

http://i302.photobucket.com/albums/n...playingnow.jpg

This is the FA1.. still blasting away for 4 months...
A more refined version is here....

http://71.203.210.93/pdf1/Electronic...amp/Frugalamp/

Fa1 and 3 both working in the house, very common,standard
topologies. Zip files have BOM,PCB,Schema, and LT - complete.
If you want MOSFET "power amp under development" is
what you search for , but I have those amps , too...

http://71.203.210.93/pdf1/Electronic..._amp/Diyaudio/

NMOS 200 /350 .pdf's are the ones..
OS

bigpanda 11th February 2009 05:20 AM

For that kind of power, Nmos200 will be a nice choice, small component count, easy calibration process, small footprint (~4"x3.2"), common parts... I loved it.


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