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Old 3rd February 2009, 01:01 PM   #1
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Default Wanted Lm3875 Kit

Iam looking for the LM3875 kit as it looks simple to build and by the reveiws I read this is the amp for me if anyone can help me please let me know
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Old 3rd February 2009, 01:21 PM   #2
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www.chipamp.com

Have you used Google? You have at least half a dozen of kits out there.
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Old 3rd February 2009, 03:39 PM   #3
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Default LM3875 coming soon.

Hi,
Unfortunately, www.Chipamp.com no longer sells the LM3875 based kits, although I don't know why. These are the original -and arguably- the best sounding version of the Gainclone chip amps you can build.

Later tonight here on the Trading Post, I will be listing a lot of the most recent LM3875 circuit boards made by BrianGT, the proprietor of that website. These were from a purchase I made a while back when he still made them. If you are interested, keep an eye out for my user name e.lectronick here on the Trading Post.

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Old 3rd February 2009, 03:50 PM   #4
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If you don't already have the LM3875, why not a LM3886 board? Newer IC, better output current capability and also a mute function. Only advantages.
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Default Which Chipamp to choose? FYI

Which Chipamp to choose?

I know the title of this thread is "Wanted Lm3875 Kit" and perhaps it is off topic in this forum, but I thought the above discussion might be helpful after peranders and my comments.

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Default Re: Wanted Lm3875 Kit

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Iam looking for the LM3875 kit as it looks simple to build and by the reveiws I read this is the amp for me if anyone can help me please let me know
AudioSector.com has LM3875 kits and they are located in Canada.
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