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PostPosted: 26 Mar 2016, 12:31 
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Hello everyone! I am a huge audio and am wanting to start building my own amps.

Wanting to start with the TDA2050 Chip Amp. Really like that design. And then later the super A class Solid-state amp is what I want to build next.

Ive been doing tons and tons of researching but I still dont fully understand the electronics and how to figure out what parts to use and everything that I will need to make a fully working Amp that I can play music from with my computer/Mp3 ect.

PLEASE HELP WITH MY DREAM!

Thank you everyone who is taking the time to read this and help a noob out.


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PostPosted: 23 May 2016, 01:56 
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Okay.

What do you need to know? The datasheet for the TDA2050 gives you a schematic complete with parts values. It's so simple I wish I had built one for my first amplifier.

If you still feel unsure, you can always get a TDA2050 kit on Ebay for less than 10 USD. Those are simply placing parts in the holes and soldering them in. I got one and it sounds decent.

Ed

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