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Dual 6 to 8 watt audio power amplifier

The HA1394 dual audio power amplifier is specifically designed for audio outputs in modular stereos and mutiplex sound TV's. This HItachi amplifier can deliveri 8.2w per ch when Vcc=25V.
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4 x 11 W or 2 x 22 W power amplifier

General Description: The TDA1554Q is an integrated class-B output amplifier in a 17-lead single-in-line (SIL) plastic power package.The circuit contains 4 x 11 W single-ended or 2 x 22 W bridge amplifiers. The device is primarily developed for car radio applications. Circuit Diagram:
Datasheet for TDA1554Q: Download

Dual Audio Power Amplifier

General Description:
The TA8211AH is dual audio power amplifier for consumer applications.  This IC provides an output power of 6 watts per channel  (at VCC = 20 V, f = 1 kHz, THD = 10%, RL = 8 Ω).  It is suitable for power amplifier of TV and home stereo. 
Features: High output power: Pout = 6 W/channel (Typ.)  (VCC = 20 V, RL = 8 Ω, f = 1 kHz, THD = 10%)  Low noise: Vno = 0.14 mVrms (Typ.)  (VCC = 28 V, RL = 8 Ω, GV = 34dB, Rg = 10 kΩ,  BW = 20 Hz~20 kHz)  Very few external parts  Built in thermal shut down protector circuit  Operating supply voltage range: VCC (opr) = 10~30 V (Ta = 25°C) 
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60 W Quad Half-Bridge Digital Amplifier

General Description: The CS44130 is a high-efficiency power stage for digital Class-D amplifiers designed to recieve PWM signals from a modulator such as the CS44800/600. The power stage outputs can be configured as four half-bridge channels, two half-bridge channels and one full-bridge channel, two full-bridge channels, or one parallel full-bridge channel. Features:  Configurable Outputs (10% THD+N) – 2 x 30 W into 8 Ω, Full-Bridge – 1 x 60 W into 4 Ω, Parallel Full-Bridge – 4 x 15 W into 4 Ω, Half-Bridge – 2 x 15 W into 4 Ω, Half-Bridge + 1 x 30 W  into 8 Ω, Full-Bridge  Space-Efficient, Thermally-Enhanced QFN  Package  PWM Popguard® Technology for Quiet Startup  > 100 dB Dynamic Range - System Level  < 0.12% THD+N @ 1 W - System Level  Built-In Protection with Error Reporting – Over-Current – Thermal Warning – Thermal Fault – Under-Voltage  Single (+10.8 V to +21 V) High Voltage Supply  High Efficiency (90%)  Low RDS(ON)  Low Quiescent Current  Low Power Standby Mode Common Applications  …

43 W BTL × 4-ch Audio Power IC

Overview: The TB2904H (o) is 4-ch BTL audio amplifier for car audio applications.  This IC can generate higher power: POUT MAX = 43 W as it includes the pure complementary P-ch and N-ch DMOS output stage. It is designed to yield low distortion ratio for 4-ch BTL audio power amplifier, built-in standby function, muting function, and various kinds of protectors. 
Circuit Diagram: Datasheet for TB2904H:Download

18W+18W Stereo Amplifier

General Description:
The TDA7265SA is class AB Dual Audio Power amplifier assembled in the @ Clipwatt 11 package, specially designed for high quality sound application as Hi-Fi music centers and stereo TV sets. The TDA7265SA is pin to pin compatible with TDA7269, TDA7269A, TDA7269SA, TDA7265,TDA7499, TDA7499SA. 
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5.4W Dual Audio Power Amplifier

General Description:
The BA5415A and BA5416 are dual power amplifier ICs that operate off a 9V to 15V supply. When driving a 4Ω load off a 9V supply, the BA5415A does not require a heatsink. The BA5416 uses a lost-cost package. The basic characteristics (total harmonic distortion etc.) of the amplifiers are excellent, and both ICs include a standby switch function. Features

High output.POUT = 5.4W (VCC = 12V, RL = 3Ω and THD = 10%)POUT = 2.5W (VCC = 9V, RL = 4Ω and THD = 10%)Excellent audio quality.THD = 0.1% (f = 1kHz, PO = 0.5W)VNO = 0.3mVrms (Rg = 10kΩ)RR = 60dB (fRR = 100Hz)Wide operating power supply voltage range.VCC = 5.0V to 18.0V (BA5416 : 5.0V to 15.0V)Switching noise (ìpopî noise) generated when the power is switched on and off is small.Ripple mixing when motor starts has been prevented.Built-in thermal shutout.Built-in standby switch.Output is not influenced by the standby pin voltage.Mute time does not depend on VCC.Soft clipping.Heatsink not required  (for BA5415A, with VCC…

Audio power amplifier IC

Dual 6.5 power audio amplifier.

Audio power IC for mp3 Player

Overview: The AN12941A is an amplifier IC for stereo  speakers which can output 1 W by 8 Ω or 2 W by 4 Ω. The AGC circuit is built-in to prevent the resonance  or the vibration by the speaker's energy and the  clipping distortion what is called "broken up sound."  of the speakers. Also, to reduce power consumption, AN12941A  has a built-in function which automatically detects the  input signal and can automatically enter power save  mode when there is no signal. Features: Speaker amplifier is1 W × 2-channel: 8 Ω, VCC = 5 V or2 W × 2-channel: 4 Ω, VCC = 5 VBuilt-in AGC circuit Prevention of the resonance or the vibration by the speaker's energy and the clipping distortion of the speaker by AGC at excessive input signal (with AGC on/off switch).Built-in automatic power saving function It detects input signals and switches on/off (with the on/off switch for the automatic power saving).Operating supply voltage: VCC 3.0 V to 5.5 V/ VCC_SP 3.0 V to 5.5 VCircuit Diagram:

Auto Radio Amplifier Circuit

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Dual 10 W audio power amplifierBuilt-in muting circuitIncorporating protection circuitLow frequency amplifierSIL-12 pin plastic package (Power-type with fin)Circuit Diagram:

Stereo 50W Audio Power Amplifier

FEATURES DESCRIPTION The LM4732 is a stereo audio amplifier capable of 2 typically delivering 50W per channel of continuous The LM4732 has short circuit protection and a APPLICATIONS thermal shut down feature that is activated when the  The LM4732 also has an under voltage lock out feature for click and Each amplifier of the LM4732 has an independent KEY SPECIFICATIONS The LM4732 has a wide operating supply range from +/-10V - +/-40V allowing for lower cost unregulated power supplies to be used.

• Mute Attenuation 110dB (typ) • PSRR 89dB (typ) • Slew Rate 19V/μs (typ) • Low External Component Count • Quiet Fade-in/out Mute Mode average output power into a 4Ω or 8Ω load with less • Wide Supply Range: 20V - 80V than 10% THD+N from 20Hz - 20kHz. • Audio Amplifier for Component Stereo die temperature exceeds 150°C. • Audio Amplifier for Self-powered Speakers • Output Power/Channel at 10% THD+N, 1kHz  • Audio Amplifier for Compact Stereo pop free power on and off. • Audio Amplifier for High-e…

35 W × 4-ch amplifier circuit diagram

General Description: The AN7561Z is an audio power IC developed as the sound output of car audio (35 W by 4-ch.). A capacitor and resisitor to stop oscillation are built in between the output pin and GND so that a space saving of set is possible. Also, it incorporates a perfect muting circuit with out shock noise so that a shock noise design under the set transient condition can be made easily when used together with its standby function. In addition, it incorporates various protection circuits to protect the IC from destruction by GND-open-shortcircuit to ground and power supply surge which are the important subject of power IC protection. This IC will largely contribute to a high reliability design of the equipment. Circuit Diagram:
Datasheet for AN7560:Download

Subwoofer Wiring Diagrams

A subwoofer or a complete loudspeaker, which is dedicated to the reproduction of low-pitched audio frequencies known as bass. The typical frequency range for a subwoofer is about 20–200 Hz for consumer products, below 100 Hz for professional live sound,and below 80 Hz in THX-approved systems. Subwoofers are intended to augment the low frequency range of loudspeakers covering higher frequency bands.

     Subwoofers are made up of one or more woofers mounted in a loudspeaker enclosure—often made of wood—capable of withstanding air pressure while resisting deformation. Subwoofer enclosures come in a variety of designs, including bass reflex (with a port or passive radiator in the enclosure), infinite baffle, horn-loaded, and bandpass designs, representing unique tradeoffs with respect to efficiency, bandwidth, size and cost. Passive subwoofers have a subwoofer driver and enclosure and they are powered by an external amplifier. Active subwoofers include a built-in amplifier.