Introduction: DIY Mini Amplifier Using TDA2822

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Building a homemade amplifier using TDA2822

Follow the steps here or watch the video to make your own amplifier

Step 1: Things Required

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1. 10k Potentiometer

2. 100uF / 16 volt Capacitor

3. TDA2822

4. 10 Ohm Resistor (3)

5. 0.1uF Ceramic Capacitor (2)

6. 0.01uF Ceramic Capacitor

7. 10uF / 50 Volt Capacitor

8. 3.5 mm Male & Female Jack

9. Switch

10. USB Cable

11. PCB Board, Wires, Battery

12. Soldering Rod. Soldering Wire & Soldering Paste

13. Enclosure for Amplifier

14. Insulation Tape & Scissor

Step 2: Circuit Diagram & TDA2822 Pin Configuration

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Step 3: Construction

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Make all the necessary connection according to the Circuit Diagram as shown in the previous step

Step 4: Finished Images

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Enjoy Making !!!

To watch the testing video CLICK HERE

Testing begins @ 5:27

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Comments

M4n0v3y (author)2017-08-03

nice!

MakeStuff_MS (author)M4n0v3y2017-08-05

Thank You !

MTspacez (author)2016-07-30

What is the approximate cost? Where were the parts sourced from?

MakeStuff_MS (author)MTspacez2016-07-30

I have put buying inks in the last step. The approximate cost would be 2 to 3 dollars.

jojo2635646 (author)2016-07-25

Magnifique.

MakeStuff_MS (author)jojo26356462016-07-25

Thank You :)

DylanD581 (author)2016-07-17

This is a great amplifier? What are the output watts?

MakeStuff_MS (author)DylanD5812016-07-17

Since this is a Bridge Amplifier design the output you can get around 2 watts

jimdkc (author)MakeStuff_MS2016-07-24

Well... it could be a bridged amplifier... except the input of one of the amps is grounded, so only 1 amp in the chip is active! To make it a bridged amp, you'd have to unground pin 6 and feed an inverted copy of the input signal to pin 6.

The way this amp is designed, half of the amp chip is wasted.

MakeStuff_MS (author)jimdkc2016-07-24

Yes this is a bridged amplifier.

"The way this amp is designed, half of the amp chip is wasted" - This is not the case, The bridge amplifier has high output power whereas in the stereo design the output power will be less.This is the reason i have showed the bridge design

jimdkc (author)MakeStuff_MS2016-07-24

OK... I see from the datasheet of a TDA2822 that this is a correct bridge configuration.

Normally for a bridged amp, you have to drive both inputs. Apparently this amp chip takes care of that internally.

j666laz (author)2016-07-24

Why do you use a stereo input jack when it is only a mono amplifier? Or is a stereo amplifier (you show a single speaker)?

MakeStuff_MS (author)j666laz2016-07-24

Hi, the stereo jack is turned into a mono jack. The only reason to use the stereo jack is because i didn't have any mono jack.

guds777 (author)2016-07-24

Cool instruction video, quite informative and sensible.

MakeStuff_MS (author)guds7772016-07-24

Thank You :)

charleslinquist (author)2016-07-18

The 10 ohm resistor (R1) will severely limit output power, and even if you do wish to limit power that way, I would recommend moving C1 so it connects between pin 2 (Vcc) and GND. Doing so will reduce distortion.

Will surely try it out. Thanks :)

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