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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Earl, Jan 18, 2004.

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  1. Earl

    Earl Guest

    Hello everyone
    Can someone help with the ba301 audio pre-amplifier, I need to
    understand the connections. I have a sound meter diagram

    http://www.gti.net/wallin/audio/rsmeter/33-2050/rs_spla.gif

    I can guess some of the connections, e.g. power and gnd are
    obviously 7 & 4, 2 seems to be the input and 6 the output,
    but what are 1,3,4, &5. Is there a replacement chip for this
    obsolete IC. What is the amplification of this IC, and can I
    just use a simple op-amp instead ?
     
  2. http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=Ba301+ic&btnG=Google+Search
    shows several places that list the BA301.


    NTE 1135 is a replacement. You can get their datasheet at:
    http://www.nteinc.com/

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  3. Beale

    Beale Guest

  4. More than likely the NTE is a re-labeled BA301. NTE simply buys a
    quantity of a comon part and has their part number put on it for repair
    use. Their data is the same as the vendor they bought the part from.
     
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  6. fred

    fred Guest


    Any ideas why we have a 120k resistor between pins 2 & 5
    in the sound meter ? I understand that pin 5 is "bypass"
    but what exactly does it mean, there are no examples how
    to use it?
     
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