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Old 6th July 2016, 03:09 PM   #11
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To drive a speaker you need WAY more current than what an emitter follower can supply.

Shortest path is to attenuate output signal and drive a chipamp, from LM386 to TDA 20xx to ....
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Creating a variable wien bridge oscillator
^ LM386 is perfect for 9 volt battery operation. Follow the applications in the data sheet.
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The values of 10K and 10uF look like they are too much of a load for the opamp. I would go with something like 100k dual pot and 0.1uF.

Use a buffer amp for the speaker...LM386 or TDA2002, or similar.
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Originally Posted by ARNAB KUMAR MONDAL View Post
I had built the oscillator and now I want to drive it using a speaker . So i Had used an emitter follower . BUt somehow the speaker is giving a very reduced voice output. How do i increase the power more. Also can you give the schematic of your oscillator
Attached a simple square+triangle+sine generator. The sine is very rough, THD is about 2...5%.

For higher power you can use any power amp IC, or if you like emitter follower, then it should be complementary, with a little higher quiescent current.
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Old 7th July 2016, 07:44 AM   #15
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Documents of interest:
And in the context of speaker driver applications, this one too:
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