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Kemo M034N 40 Watt Universal Mono Amplifier Module
Does Parts Express sell a suitable power supply?
This will work on a wide range of supplies, but one of the best that we currently offer is the #120-056 which is a 12 volt 5 amp regulated supply.
Date published: 2015-01-29
I am using a Kemo 320-554 amp and may have inadvertently shorted out the speaker leads. Will this kill the amp?
12V regulated power supply (320-3147) to drive an 8 ohm speaker.Input, electric guitar into a mono microphone preamp (Alesis).
This amp does not have any type of reset so if you have powered it down and back up again and it did not help the amp is likely dead.
Date published: 2013-08-28
How much will its peak output go down if I use 12v instead of 16 volts?
If I use 12 volts instead of 16v for the power will the output still be 40watts or will it be lower ?
The output will not change, the current draw from the power supply will increase slightly.
Date published: 2014-10-27
Is this amp able to be bridged if so how would I do it?
This is a mono amplifier, bridging is not possible.
Date published: 2013-11-03
is there a specific amount of amps to power more than 1 amplifier off a single 12v ?
i wanted to buy two of these amplifiers and make a compact portable system to play music and i was wondering if i could power 2 of these amplifiers off a single 12v battery .is there a specific amount of amps the battery has to put out in order to power the 2 amplifiers efficiently ?
This amplifier requires 4 amps each, so two would need at least 8 amps to run correctly
Date published: 2013-07-04
Can you please provide a detailed datasheet for KEMO #M034N?
I found the instructions for this part and then tried to fix the bad translations(See Below).It is suggested that you use a 4700uf 25V capacitor if you have noise problems. This will do if you are supplying this with up to 12.5 volts. Anything more and I suggest using a 4700uf 35V. For example, if this were used in a car (Actual voltage is anywhere from 13.2 to 14.4 Volts while the car is running[Alternator Voltage] and 11.7-12.6 Volts[Lead Acid SLI Battery] when off). A good rule of thumb is to double your safety margin. Running at 12.5 volts get capacitors rated for 25Volts or 24volt system would get 50v caps.
Date published: 2013-04-04