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PAM8610 2x10W Class-D Audio Amplifier Board
What is the power connection dimension
Can you post up the parts express part number for the jack that will fit?
The DC jack on this board is 2.1mm x 5.5mm.
Date published: 2013-07-25
how many volts
I know it sound stupid but vdc is the same as volts?????like where it said 7-15 vdc is 7-15 volts??
VDC stands for Volts Direct Current as opposed to VAC, Volts Alternating Current. So yes, it is the same as Volts from a battery or an AC-to-DC power supply such as a switching regulated wall adapter, but not the same as Volts from a wall outlet or transformer.
Date published: 2013-09-04
Looking to power a single 4 ohm speaker, but I don't want to get just the left or right channel.
While it is true that the amplifier is not bridgeable, that is not the whole story. The reason it is not bridgeable is that the outputs are already bridged. Each channel is a bridge-drive configuration. This is important to realize, because neither speaker signal can be grounded. If your system wiring requires a common ground, or either speaker wire is grounded, you cannot use this amplifier. FYI.
Date published: 2014-03-06
Power Input Polarity?
Is the power input jack on this board center positive or center negative? I don't want to use a power adapter with the wrong polarity and blow the board out.
This board uses a center-positive plug.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Hello,I would like to know the frequency response of the amp.thx
This amp has a frequency response of 20-50,000 Hz.
Date published: 2013-07-23
Regarding PAM8610. I notice speaker plugs go in either way. Are the two reds inside, or the two black? Are the two inside positions positive or negative (neutral?)
Actually the speaker leads only plug in in one direction. From left to right it is red-black, red-black.
Date published: 2014-01-08