DIY 200 Watt Portable Amplifier

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Introduction: DIY 200 Watt Portable Amplifier

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Hey! everyone My name is Steve.

Today I'm going to show you How to Make 200 Watt Portable Amplifier

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Let's Start

Step 1: Features

Output Power

  • 100 Watt x 2 @ 2Ohms


Input Power

  • 11 - 24V DC


Built-in Protection

  • Over Load Protection
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Over Heat Protection

Step 2: Thing I've Used

Banggood


Amazon


Aliexpress

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Step 3: Marking & Drilling

  • I Used a Philips Head Screw Driver to Open the Encloser
  • And Then I placed the amplifier on top of the Encloser and used a Center Punch to Punch 4 Holes
  • And then I used a 3mm Drill Bit to Drill the Punches

Step 4: Drilling Front Panel

  • For Audio Input I used a Pair of RCA Sockets So, I used a 3mm Drill Bit to drill the corresponding holes and then I used a Step Drill bit to enlarge the holes
  • For Volume Controle I used a 22K Dual Gang Potentiometer So, I used a 3mm Drill Bit to drill the corresponding holes and then I used a Step Drill bit to enlarge the holes

Step 5: Drilling Back Panel

  • For Audio Output I used a Female Speakon Socket So, I used a 3mm Drill Bit to drill the corresponding holes and then I used a Step Drill bit to enlarge the holes
  • For Power Input I Used a Mountable Female XT60 So, I used a Sharp tool to make an outline on the panel and used 1mm Drill bit to drill " See the Image "
  • And Used a File to make it Prefect " See the Image "

Step 6: Circuit Diagram

Step 7: Assembling of Front Panel

  • First, I Installed 2 RCA Sockets
  • And then Installed Potentiometer " See the Image "
  • And i Soldered Shielded wire according to the Diagram " See the Image "

Step 8: Assembling of Back Panel

  • First, I Installed Female Speakon Connector using 2 Nuts and Bolts
  • And then I Installed XT60 Using 2 Nuts and Bolts
  • And then I Soldered Some thick Wire " See the Image "

Step 9: Board Assembly

  • I used some Stand-off to give it some clearance
  • And then I Removed the Screw Terminal Connectors to make some Space Inside
  • And Then I Soldered 4 Speaker wire for Each Channel and 2 wire for power input " See the Image "

Step 10: Final Assembly

  • First, I Inserted the main board and then I've used 4 M3 Screws to tighten it up
  • And then I closed the Back panel and used 4 M3 Screws to tighten it up
  • And then I used a tweezer to put signal wire " See the Image "
  • And then I closed the Front panel and used 4 M3 Screws to tighten it up
  • Lastly, I used 4 rubber pad " legs " " See the Image "

Step 11: Setup and Enjoy

  • The Amplifier is Finished
  • Now Just Plug the power and Enjoy


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    4 Comments

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    khamul445
    khamul445

    Reply 1 year ago

    yes, power suppy?

    0
    RMR57
    RMR57

    Reply 6 months ago

    Build or buy, there's a whole range of possibilities. A lot depends on how you want to use it.

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    RMR57
    RMR57

    6 months ago

    This would be a great little (big) amp for buskers could use, power it up from a homemade LiFe battery 12-24 volt battery, couple of PA speakers, use a little 2-4 channel AD device and a laptop with a DAW. Wala, you have a great portable sound system with effects and all. You could fit it all easily in the trunk of a car and play anywhere.