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LM3886 Audio Amplifier 1 x 108W

LM3886 general description:

According to National Semiconductor, the LM3886 is a high performance 150W Audio Power Amplifier with Mute. The performance of the LM3886, say NS, utilizing its Self Peak Instantaneous Temperature (°Ke) (SPIKe) protection circuitry, puts in a class above discrete and hybrid amplifiers by providing an inherently, dynamically protected Safe Operating Area (SOA). The LM3886T comes in an 11 (staggered-) lead non-isolated TO220 package.
We put the LM3886T schematic and an existing printed circuit board as a basis. For test purposes, the prototype of the amplifier was powered by a stabilized ±35-V supply. A maximum undistorted output power of about 63 watts into 8 ohms was obtained at a drive level of 1 Vrms. Dropping the load impedance to 4 ohms pushed the output power to no less than 108 watts. In practice, these power levels can be taken to mean ‘music power’, but do remember that the amplifier will not normally be powered from a regulated supply!


Great attention should be paid to the cooling of the amplifier IC. The cooling capacity offered by a heatsink as specified in the parts list is really only sufficient for load impedances of 6 ohms or more. Even if a heatsink with a thermal resistance lower than 1 K/W is employed, the amplifier IC will cause a ‘hot spot’ on the heatsink surface where the actual thermal resistance is much higher locally than the specification! With this in mind, it is recommended to drop the supply voltage to about ±30 V if the amplifier is used to drive a 4-ohm load. Also, bear in mind that heatsink isolating materials like mica and even ceramics tend to raise the thermal resistance by 0.2 K/W to 0.4 K/W. The metal tab at the back of the IC is at the negative supply potential.

Boucherot network C6-R6 is not normally required in this application, and should be omitted unless the amplifier is found to be unstable as a result of an application which is widely different from the one shown here. Populating the amplifier board itself will be a piece of cake, and most of the time required to build the amplifier will go into drilling, cutting, mounting and isolating the heatsink. Note that the radial electrolytic capacitors are rated at 40 volts, so you have to make sure that the supply voltage can never exceed that level. The performance of the prototype amplifier built and tested in our design lab is expressed by the Specifications box.


LM3886 circuit diagram:

LM3886 circuit diagram

LM3886 layout, pcb:

LM3886 layout and pcb

LM3886 part list:

LM3886 partlist

Datasheet for LM3886: Download

Comments

  1. How to connect volume controller to dis PCB

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  2. Let me know what is mute and how to connect volume controller on dis board

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  3. It's fake diagram ... Wasted my 50$ for dis useless diagram ..guys dnt try dis and waste ur money

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    1. Hi, please send a email on amplifiercircuit@gmail.com with paypal account, I will return your money.

      Thank you,
      AC

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  4. The fool is the one who published this article. A fool because the datasheet on the chip indicates the power of 68 watts. And some clown promises 108 watts ?! Either this clown is very clever or the engineers who invented the microcircuit idiots who concealed 40 watts of power ...

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  5. Its a great circuit diagram. Decent & good. Its from elektor magazine!

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  6. 108watt is instantaneous peak output power you idiot. It can reach upto 135watt.

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