Aoshike TDA72932 Amplifier Board DIY Kits 170W Parallel Mono Power Amplifier Board Combinable 2.1 2.0 Amplifier DIY Kits
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Power requirements: DC dual 40v DC40V positive -0 -DC40V negative about 200w power transformer foot
Audio:Mone Please use good shielding performance audio cable
Audio output: mono power 8ohm + - 40V load time around 170W
Total harmonic distortion (P0 = 5W, f = 1KHZ) 0.005percent.
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20K slew rate 15V/us
Volume Adjustment: With no pre-board or potentiometers to adjust the volume
Cooling requirements: 0.5 kg greater the greater the heat output power (required to buy their own)
The latest upgrade Immersion Gold , PCB use the latest technology Terminal Terminal Block SM and 6. 3 compatible plug reed.
PCB board marked with the names of all the above elements, the installation of just condemnation on the line, pay attention to the good part of the element can be positive and negative.
After many enthusiasts test phenomenon on the market due to the impedance of 4 ohms speaker impedance parameters between true and false mixed vacuity boxes often appear more popular chip burned so please choose 6-8 ohms speaker safer.
DC 30v-45v voltage can be a voltage different sound change, 32-40V, the safest and most suitable
Suite All resistors are high-precision 1percent metal film resistors. high precision is to protect the normal and stable operation of the line.
All capacitors used in all imported P-hilips metal film capacitors 104, 105 W-eimaraner n-ichicon 50v 220uf E-LNA 63V 22uf and ruby 50v l0uf
Circuit board with 2 oz copper double-sided fiberglass board, ensure super stable line of work
P-hilips 134143 switching diode selection
lPC x TDA7293*2 Dual Parallel 170W Mono Power Amplifier Board Diy Kits
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Small, simple amplifier kit
Simple to assemble kits that work pretty well. However, make sure you drain the power supply caps before you hook up the amp, as advised in the online forums. I didn't know to do this and subsequently when I powered up the 7293s went up in brief flames. Ordered a replacement and installed bleed resistors.