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How to power 8ohm 1 watt speakers? Answered

I'm working on a project for school that consists of a wireless speaker.
They will be mono speakers.  I have an 8 ohm 1 watt round speaker.
I would like to power these.  I've read on lm386 and tsa7052 ic to do this.
For the wireless I was going to use dexdex's instructible bluetooth headset hack
I'd like to power it all with a 9volt or a lithium hacked out of old product.
Are there any things i should know for the amplifier in relation to the type of speaker i will be using? 
Will i be able to power the bluetooth headset and the amplifier from the 9v?
thanks for your time!

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dex3844
dex3844

8 years ago

Played around with the LM386, and its quick and easy to use, check out
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KyBrAoHMX8) for example - but like like mpilchfamily said "Any DIY amp you find should have no problems driving an 8 ohm speaker." - my bluetooth circuit will also do fine for the wireless
good luck :)

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mpilchfamily
mpilchfamily

8 years ago

Look up a 1 watt amp schematic online using the amp of your choice and you should be good to go. Any DIY amp you find should have no problems driving an 8 ohm speaker.