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A D-Class Audio Amplifier
posted November 7 2010 20:15.10 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Ben from nbitwonder published a new audio project. He made a D-Class audio amplifier. He used two mosfets (IRF520) to control the 12 volts output signal. To control these mosfets, he used the IR2302 half-bridge driver chip. The chip gets the input signal form a comparator with its negative input at 0 volts.

You can see Ben's project in this link. You can also read some more theory about amplifier classes, in e very interesting and detailed post from Johnny2Bad in out forum.

[Link: nbitwonder.com]
Tags: electronic project   diy   music   amplifier   

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