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AU Tripath distributor?

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by James, Mar 25, 2005.

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  1. James

    James Guest

    Hi all,

    Just wondering if anybody knows where the Tripath digital amplifier ICs (eg
    TA2022) can be obtained in Australia. Google didnt turn up any matches in
    Australia, searching Farnell, Avnet, Polykom etc didn't bring up any
    results, and as far as I can see on the Tripath website there is no
    Australian distributor listed, as unlikely as that seems.

  2. dmm

    dmm Guest

    They're available as part of a kit.

    You may be able to obtain some from the 41hz people without the rest of the kit.
  3. Hello Jamesm

    I've bought directly from Tripath USA, nice and easy to deal with.

  4. Fred Ferd

    Fred Ferd Guest Search

    The site name looks good.

    type ta2022 into search...

    seems to find that .. whats that ? the part number is ta2022... what is it ?
  5. Fred Ferd

    Fred Ferd Guest

    Its not a digital amplifier. It doesnt make a digital signal louder.

    Its a D class analog amplifier, with shifting frequencies to spread noise
    and distortion across different frequencies, so that the result
    amplification is hifi .. the maker calls it T class ,but thats none a known

    Frontline hobbies also sells a part TA2022, but thats a tamira remote
    control car connecter.
  6. James

    James Guest

    Yes...I could have said T-class amplifier and would have started no end of
    arguments just as the whole concept of a "Digital amplifier" will. Perhaps
    best described as a spread sprectrum PWM controller & output devices in one
    package :)
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