If i make 5 LM1875 circuits, and put them in series, will i have 100 watts output power?

what i mean is can i set it up like: audio source> input amp 1> output amp 1> input amp 2> output amp 2, etc... will there be around 100 watts ant the output of amp 5?
Also can i use the same power supply for all 5 and put the voltage inputs in parallel? (i.e. the 5 Vcc's in parallel with the positive output from the power supply, 5 Vee's in parallel with the neg of the power supply) heres the national semi page for it: http://www.national.com/mpf/LM/LM1875.html

if for some reason this doesnt work, can someone link me to a ~100w solid state amp, preferably something simple like the lm1875

Re-design8 years ago
This one's pretty simple. The primary of the powersupply is setup for 220 so if you're not on 220 then use a 110 transformer
http://www.electronics-lab.com/projects/audio/051/200WATT%20AUDIO%20AMPLIFIER.GIF
good luck.
appolo8 years ago
You can't connect these in anyway that will sustantionaly increase the output level. Some IC modules could be connected in bridge mode providing the input was inverted, this way the output could be doubled! This type of power amp has a +ve & -ve supply with a seperate ground connection. So your best bet is Re-design's web link. A nice 200watt IC package which will comfortably provide your output with some in reserve.
lemonie8 years ago
Make a 100W amp. You can't get more power out of the last amp in a chain than it could provide on it's own at full volume.
You could wire a lot in parallel, but one big amp would be best.

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