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DIY Audio Amplifier???

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Akash Balakrishna, Apr 4, 2016.

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  1. Akash Balakrishna

    Akash Balakrishna

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    Guys,

    I am in my Bachelor's ECE second year.

    I have studied a lot about audio amplifier but i haven't got a handson experience on making it. so help me

    How to design a audio amplifier using TRANSISTORS ?
    how to select the components with proper intuition?

    Or else share a link..
     
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  2. ramussons

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  3. Pharaday

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    This guy is double E. He can handle transistors. Here is a real simple guitar amp which should work for any purpose. Most importantly the video is by this real cool older gal who can actually rock out nice and good. She makes a solderless amp but use solder. Better yet use duct tape cause duct tape is better.
     
  4. ramussons

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    Was'nt the OP on Design a transistor Amplifier?
     
  5. Colin Mitchell

    Colin Mitchell

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    "how to select the components with proper intuition"

    Generally transistors have proper intuition, but resistors have no intuition at all.
    So, don't use any resistors.
     
  6. Alec_t

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    To design an amp you need to start out with clear specifications of the amp's capabilities and parameters, such as RMS power, signal input level, supply voltage(s) available, load impedance, bandwidth, tolerable distortion level, .....
     
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