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Old 27th May 2001, 05:15 PM   #1
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Im planing to make a pre amp using this Tda1524 ic.
For use with 2 lm3886 power ic's

Does the sound okay or is it just waist of time to build?
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Old 27th May 2001, 10:57 PM   #2
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To me, that chip is okay, but you need a lot of circuitry around it...
I'd suggest the LM1036 (dual DC controlled Volume/Tone/Balance Circuit). It has comparable data (except the slightly worse crosstalk attenuation), but offers more flexibility (tone/balance control) at no extra components...

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Old 29th May 2001, 08:05 AM   #3
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Default about lm1036

My power supply for lm 3886 is + -37 V
can I use a zener diode or a lm 317 regulator for making the voltage for lm1036 taken from the +37 of my supply?

I had already ordered a free sample of lm1036 for my proto type ( low cost "hifi" amp )

Thanks anyway for the your advice.


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