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2x100W at 4 Ohm TK2050 Class-T Audio Amplifier Board Only
Aside from the DC offset check and perhaps changing some caps I'm getting mixed reviews about this running on 12VDC. I'd like to use this to run a small sub in my car. Will this work effectively in the automotive environment?
I currently have this amp and would like to utilize the VCC and the mute features. which parts would you recommend best. unit is partnered with a 12v 24a power supply, and is running at a 4 ohm load.
My question is two fold: can I use just one of the output channels connected to a 12" woofer in parallel with a tweeter and let the other as spare and second, Do I need a crossover for the woofer and tweeter
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Date published: 2015-03-13
Would it be ok to bridge the 2 channels by inverting one of the channels with a bridging adapter or a inverting op amp based circuit. Then connecting the output of channel 1 to positive speaker terminal and connecting the output of channel 2 to the neg?
Technically this will *Work* but it won't add any power as T- amps have common negitives I believe. I played with one and regardless of which negative lead I used nothing changed.
Date published: 2015-02-10
need a mono amp like this that can run off 12v any suggestions since this one can't be bridged?
Unfortunately we don't really have any small options that are mono or bridgeable that will work on 12 VDC. You might consider using a small bridgeable car amplifier.
Date published: 2015-01-09
(1) will it work off a single rail 5A 24V power supply, or does it need a dual voltage power? (2) I have leftover speakers, Sony ss-h701, the label says 6 ohm 60 watt, will I be able to use them with the amp? Thanks.
Yes, single dc supply. I run these on batteries.
Date published: 2015-01-12