11/25/2015

200 Watts Amplifier Circuit

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200 Watts Amplifier Circuit connecting two TDA2030 thru cheap power transistors we can create a amplifier wich can deliver a higher power. With the components value from the schematic the total amplifier gain is 32 dB. The speaker can be 2 ohm instead of 4 ohm if we use the TIP transistors.
TDA 2030 is produced by SGS Ates and is a complete audio amplifier. AB class of the final amplifier cand deliver up to 14W on 4 ohm at a +-14V power supply. With a proper designed power supply this audio amplifier can output 200W.
200 Watts Amplifier Circuit


Active components:
  • IC1, Ic2 TDA 2030
  • T1, T3 = BD 250, TIP 36
  • T2,T4 = BD 249, TIP 35
  • D1 … D4 = 1N4001
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Portable Mphone Preamplifier Circuit Schematic

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Portable Mphone Preamplifier Circuit Schematic
The circuit is based on a low noise, high gain two stage PNP and NPN transistor amplifier, using DC negative feedback through R6 to stabilize the working conditions quite precisely. Output level is attenuated by P1 but, at the same time, the stage gain is lowered due to the increased value of R5. This unusual connection of P1, helps in obtaining a high headroom input, allowing to cope with a wide range of input sources (0.2 to 200mV RMS for 1V RMS output).
This circuit is mainly intended to provide common home stereo amplifiers with a microphone input. The battery supply is a good compromise: in this manner the input circuit is free from mains low frequency hum pick-up and connection to the amplifier is more simple, due to the absence of mains cable and power supply. Using a stereo microphone the circuit must be doubled. In this case, two separate level controls are better than a dual-ganged stereo potentiometer. Low current drawing (about 2mA) ensures a long battery life.
Portable Mphone Preamplifier Circuit Schematic
Portable Mphone Preamplifier Circuit Schematic

  • P1 = 2.2K
  • R1 = 100K
  • R2 = 100K
  • R3 = 100K
  • R4 = 8.2K
  • R5 = 68R
  • R6 = 6.8K
  • R7 = 1K
  • R8 = 1K
  • R9 = 150R
  • C1 = 1uF-63V
  • C2 = 100uF-25V
  • C3 = 100uF-25V
  • C4 = 100uF-25V
  • C5 = 22uF-25V
  • Q1 = BC560
  • Q2 = BC550
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11/17/2015

200W Audio Amplifier Circuit Diagram

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200W Audio Amplifier Circuit Diagram 
This audio amplifier circuit delivers up to 200 W of top-class quality for loudspeaker from 4 to 16 ohm. Operating voltage is between 24 and 36 V, max 5 A. The frequency response is from 20 to 20000 Hz.
Please take special care that the transistors and the IC’s have been fixed firmly and solely one or two separated cooling elements with sufficient dimensions for this purpose (thermal resistance < 1K/W).
Doing so it is necessary to mount the transistors and the IC’s insulated (with mica washes and plastic nipple). Please make sure before first operation that the transistors and the IC’s really do not have any electrical connection towards the cooling plate! The transistors have to be placed plane and firmly onto the cooling element! It is of extraordinary importance with this high-power amplifier that there is a considerable heat dissipation. The already mounted cooling element should be situated in a well ventilated case.
The PSU should be sufficiently powerful, power consumption of the amplifier may increase up to 5A. In case of using an unstabilised power supply. It is advisable to place a transformer of max 28V.

200W Audio Amplifier Circuit Diagram
200W Audio Amplifier Circuit Diagram 

The amplifier will the show approx. 120W at a 4-Ohm loudspeaker, for it no-load voltage of the power supply will not be to high. If it is desired to use complete power, it is necessary to place a stabilised power supply with approx. 36V 5A. No-load voltage should not pass over 44V!
The cables leading the current supply and to the loudspeakers should have at least a cross section of min. 1.5 mm^2. The connected loudspeaker have to be equiped according to the high output power and should not have a lower impedance as 4 Ohm! With lower connection impedance and short circuit within the loudspeaker wiring, the transistors will be destructed.
The amplifier has an input sensitivity of approx. 500 … 800 mV. Therefore, it is possibile to connect directly at the amplifier tape decks, tuners, etc. In case there are connected signal sources with lower output voltage, it is necessary to pre-connect a preamplifier. Then it will alse be posible to connect microphones, etc.

200W Audio Amplifier Circuit Diagram  Components

IC1, IC2 = 2 IC’s TDA2030
T1, T3 = 2 transistors KT818 or BD708
T2, T4 = 2 transistors KT819 or BD705
C1, C2, C3, C4, C7 = 5 capacitors 150 nF
C5 = 1 elca 10uF 63V
C8 – 1 capacitor 1.8 nF
R1, R7, R9 = 3 resistances 100K
R2, R3, R10, R11 = 4 resistances 2.2 Ohm
R4, R5 = 2 res. 2K
R6, R8 = 2 res. 1 Ohm
R12, R13 = 2 res. 2 res. 3.3K
D1…D4 = 1N4001, 1N4002, 1N4003
1 PCB board approx 56×51 mm
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