The NEW STK chips

Dj BASS AMP

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2002-07-01 12:45 pm
STK350-030 SONY

STK401-040

STK402-020

STK402-040 SHARP/JVC

STK402-050 JVC

STK402-070 N CHICO

STK402-070 S GRANDE

STK402-071

STK402-090

STK402-100 SONY

STK402-120 SONY

STK4048 II

STK405-050

STK405-070

STK405-090

STK405-110

STK405-120

STK407-040

STK407-050

STK407-070

STK407-090

STK407-100

STK407-120

STK407-240 LG

STK408-040 SONY

STK410-030 KENWOOD

STK411-210

STK411-220

STK411-230 SONY/ KENWOOD

STK411-240

STK411-290 JVC

STK411-550 SONY

STK412-000 SONY/JVC

STK412-010 JVC

STK412-020 SONY

STK412-040 SONY

STK412-150 SONY

STK412-170 SONY

STK442-110 LG

STK442-120 SONY

STK442-130 SONY

STK470-010 PANASONIC

STK470-020 PANASONIC

STK470-040 PANASONIC

STK470-050 PANASONIC

STK488-010 SHARP

STK488-050

STK490-040 AIWA

STK490-070 AIWA

STK490-110 AIWA

STK490-310 AIWA

STK490-340 AIWA

I DONT HAVE A INFORMATION ON THEM !!!!! what goin on???:confused:
 
I figured out from a table found on another datasheet that the -070 is 60-ish watts, and I'm going to call it close enough to that for me, since the -xx1 variants seem to be simlarly-rated for power output to the -xx0 versions.

Of course, the proof is in the pudding and I will have to measure it directly when the whole thing is all completed...
 
Yes, because each half of the bridge only sees half the impedance. A bridged 16 Ohm load appears as 8 Ohm for each half of the bridges.

If you want to use lower impedance, you need to put two bridged amps in parallel or use lower supply voltage which leads to lower output power.