Another ChipAmp running

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2004-11-03 3:55 pm
Hello,

since I found this forum I wanted post some "Hello post" with a project worth showing. So please take this as a kind of introduction post from me, ok :) ?

The amplifier is a LM3886 in a datasheet-like fashion like proposed by Mr. SL. I left out Ci, 17mV DC offset at the outputs with a source attached. Without, ~70mV. It worked (almost) from the start and sounds just good. :up:

My thanks go to the designers and manufacturers of these great little chips.

theduke
 

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Hi Mick,
drop me a line if you're interested in LM-chips. I still have some samples stocked.

If you pay the transport fee, National will also send samples to you (I think). The only point is you must create an account and you should have a credit card...

My first sets (LM4780) i bought from Peter Daniel , really nice work and price is ok.

Heho Elektronik also has the LM3886 in T and TF for about 9,- Euros and some other LMs too (no 4780... :().

Michael

PS: Great photos, I like this style...
 
Farnell only sells to companies - no deal for private ones. So if to 'build' a company, why not ordering samples? ;)

I asked Reichelt several times to take the LM3886 and 4780 into stock - they don't want to. :(

Same with the LM338 power supply: they only have the expensive TO3 version, TO220 would cost 10th of the TO3 and layout is much more simpler/smaller.

I know Heho from past times (15 years ago), where i first came in contact with electronics.

Michael
 
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