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Sure Electronics AA-AB32231 2x8W at 4 Ohm TPA3110 Class-D Audio Amplifier Board
How do I reduce speaker crackle, while keeping this amplifier on the same 12V power supply as my motherboard? Can I use a capacitor?
Can two of these be run in parallel?
You can connect them in parallel to the power supply or even split an input, I would not recommend using two on a single speaker though.
Date published: 2016-01-29
How would you compare this to the Lepai LP-2020a+? I'm looking to experiment with different amplifier boards, and curious if this one is better than the Lepai. I understand the answer may cannibalizing sales, so I'm willing to take this offline. Thanks!
Hello, is it a problem to use only one output? (I want to have mono, I understand it is not bridgeable, so I imagine to have mono input, and use only one output, I do not need the full power....)? Thanks for the answer.
Yes, you can only use one output.
Date published: 2015-12-23
When I have this plugged into my phone playing music its great until I turn the volume up all the way and then on loud parts of the song it just makes terrible noise. Is this because of the power limit on this chip? Could someone explain??
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Date published: 2015-07-23
Could this amp be used as a headphone amp if I used a preamp with a volume control?
I don't see why not, although this will have about 10 times the power output of a standard headphone amplifier. You will need to be VERY careful with volume levels.
Date published: 2015-06-10