Step 2: Circuit Diagram

The circuit which we are going to make is.

Thanks to cld000 for schematic drawing.
<p>does anyone know if this will work for a 3.4 ohm car speaker</p>
<p>I went to an electronic shop and asked for the 5 kilo ohm variable resistor and 100 ohm variable resistor. I got somethings like this (Look at the images attached). Is it really the component needed for this project? Can I make this amplifier using that? Please. Someone help me out.</p>
<p>Yes those will work. The one on the right looks like it's a 22K though, it says it on the bottom of the metal can.</p>
<p>is 22K a problem? Can someone tell how to use this?</p>
Can you help on below question<br>i have make an amplifier for below speakers, which components are required for this?<br><br>i have Total 5 speakers<br><br>two speaker(8 ohms 30 W) ,two speaker(4 ohms 3 W) &amp; one speaker(15 ohms 3 W)
<p>i have make an amplifier for below speakers, which components are required for this?</p><p>i have Total 5 speakers</p><p>two speaker(8 ohms 30 W) ,two speaker(4 ohms 3 W) &amp; one speaker(15 ohms 3 W)</p>
<p>Works fine!!!</p><p>Thanks.....</p>
<p>How you connect to the speaker?</p>
<p>either bypassing the female jack or getting a second male and connecting that to your speakers</p>
How many volts did you used in capacitor?
50 volts in 0.01 &amp; 0.047 micro farad capacitors<br>and 16 volts in 220 and 100 micro farad capacitors
<p>i made it thank you its working fine</p>
<p>I made it thank you</p>
Done! ?
<p>I think this is the best and easy to make AMP.and great guidance.however i need to know how many watts of power this generate.and what kind of speakers that can i use?(i meant watts and ohms)</p>
<p> 1.can I get overall gain with feedback=1000?</p><p>2.how can I possibly apply negative feedback? </p>
<p>Thank u its working ver nice</p>
<p>where your cable male plug in? </p>
Heyy!<br>I made it by using 220uF and 100uF <br>Does that make a difference?<br>And the sound is very low. What can i do to increase the volume from.the speakers.<br>The potentiometer 100 ohm is full...<br>Please reply ASAP <br>THANK YOU
<p>How much is the cost of this amplifier?</p>
<p>Very nice and simple! Thank you. I burned one of my headphones already! :P </p><p>I couldn't find a potentiometer of 100&Omega; so I used a pot, but I need a screwdriver to adjust it.</p>
<p>can this circuit used to connect just normal speakers,say for 4ohm?</p>
<p>how are we supposed to provide 50 volts in 0.01 &amp; 0.047 micro farad capacitors</p><p>and 16 volts in 220 and 100 micro farad capacitors????</p>
<p>I know this is a late reply but I just read your question and thought that others might have the same question. When a capacitor shows 16v, 25v, 50v, 220v,etc... it is not telling you how much voltage you need to provide, that number indicates how much voltage is the capacitor capable of handling.</p><p>Here's a more detailed explanation: http://www.learningaboutelectronics.com/Articles/What-does-the-voltage-rating-on-a-capacitor-mean</p>
<p>how do I do if I want to do stereo, while having only one potentiometer for both channel Left and channel right (I did the circuit twice basically)</p>
<p>also tell me how to know the variable ressistane which one is 5k ohm or 100ohm</p>
<p>hey if you are so much into making amps lets link up i have some diagrams of big amps</p>
<p>I'm up for some diagrams for some big amps :D</p><p>Do you have skype?</p>
<p>y'all still got those big amp diagrams?</p>
<p>Could someone please explain what each part is really doing for the circuit? <br>Im mostly confused as to what the 100uF capacitor and the 0.01uF Capacitor are doing. <br>can someone please help?</p>
<p>i am trying to made it</p>
<p>what is this male and female?</p>
<p>Male is a penis and a female is a vagina.</p><p>Or, more detailed:</p><p>You have two components to connect something together.</p><p>the Plug (male) and the Jack (female). the Plug (for example your headphone Plug) plugs into the (audio) Jack (of your phone).</p><p>So, a Male is a Plug, and a Female is a Jack.</p>
How to know a,b,c terminal of the potentiometer?
<p>grab a multi meter and test resistance between each terminal. The two outside leads should be A and C respectively and should have the full rated resistance of the potentiometer between the two. the one in the middle B should change in value of resistance when measured in comparison to terminal A. basically your measured resistance should move proportianally when you turn the knob. hope this helps</p>
<p>if i use a polarized capacitor on the place of 0.01 film capacitor will it work or not </p>
<p>hie i dont think it works</p>
can you made a Distortion pedal from it by adding diode clipping on the output?<br>try it, maybe its working
<p>Can i make multiple outputs with this? Thanks! </p>
<p>Ok Guys can you guys help me out. I need sound amplifier for 12V Car battery. For two 250W speakers.</p>
this is a much different level of power needed! Thats gonna require more parts too, im no expert so i couldnt tell you specifically, but it would include the need for a fuse
I used 2 LM386 chips and did mine on a pcb. At first the sound was soft and easily distorted. I then went to check out the data sheet for LM386 and realized this chip could take 18v max. So I dug around my box of old power bricks and settled for a 14v 3A one and I must say it sounds a million times better!!
<p>hey dude does it work on an empty PCB like this ? because i don't know how to make printed one </p><p></p>
<p>Hey... I like your design... I have 2 speakers 6 ohms each... can you explain your components and your design in detail to me..? I want to make it at home.</p><p>Thank you in advance. </p>
Haha what i did here is exactly the same as the instructions mentioned above. The only thing i did different was that i did mine on a PCB and added a few extra components which were then 2 connectors for the speakers, a female stereo 3.5mm audio jack and another connector for power. Since the Lm386 is a mono amp, i used 2 for stereo. I just did the same circuit twice on one PCB and shared the power between the two. The audio input for both circuits is combined into one female stereo 3.5mm audio jack for easy usage. I also bridged alot of connections using the snippings from the components (i try not to use wires) which makes for a nicer looking finished product. Thats pretty much it. Happy building!!
<p>Can I add a subwoofer to this.Please help me with the circut diagram.</p>
<p>Can I add a subwoofer to this.Please help me with the circut diagram.</p>
<p>I have also made but it's not working, please help me.</p>
Unfortunately this is a mono amp, stereo would require two LM386's
<p>That is actually an advantage for when you're building high fidelity speakers; it is much easier to avoid interference if you amplify each speaker separately.</p>

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