DIY Portable HiFi Amplifier (2x30w, Class AB)

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Introduction: DIY Portable HiFi Amplifier (2x30w, Class AB)

About: Hi I'm Angelo (TechBulder)! I am a college student taking my engineering majors in BS-EE/ BS-ECE at the DLSU. I use my course as an inspiration for making my current projects! I've been posting projects here...

I've made a portable amplifier that uses a TDA7394 as its main IC chip. It's a Class-T amplifier look alike. There's also a hidden (internal) tone control circuit built with it. I posted it to inspire most of the people who asks me about making a "Class-T" amplifier, so I thought of making a Class AB-A amplifier instead. A Class AB amplifier has a fully symmetrical structure, this mean the sine waves (electric pulses) produces a + and - output.

Too bad I had a late documentation, that's why I only have a few pictures of the steps and procedures. If I make another one, I'l promise to fully document my amplifier as a step-by-step instructable.

My version works well with any wall wart, with a rating of: 12-28 volts, 1-5 Amperes, Switching-Transformer type.
I've also provided a schematic diagram of the amplifier. 

I hope you like it !

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    xaviert22
    xaviert22

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Very well done! I will definitely plan on building this someday.

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    jaagut
    jaagut

    7 years ago on Introduction

    hi

    in the schematic i found 1.5M resistor but it was not in the parts list.
    checking the material bill against the schematic, it seemed like this is the 1.5K resistor. am i correct?

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    ASCAS
    ASCAS

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Oh, its just a typo, you should follow the 1.5M

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    BlackShArk666
    BlackShArk666

    Reply 4 years ago

    Actually, the schematic and PCB it is also a capacitor 100uF / 25V, and in the parts list there is not ;).

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    dtpit
    dtpit

    4 years ago

    can I use it as guitar amplifier

    I'm working at this project. After i'll finish, i will attach some necessary images.

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    MakerMan8
    MakerMan8

    5 years ago

    hi, just wondering if that's 2x30w RMS or peak?

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    yhdesai
    yhdesai

    5 years ago on Introduction

    i have 2 speakers of my father's stereo system
    i dont know its wattage

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    IT-Jack
    IT-Jack

    7 years ago on Introduction

    But do you know any international sites, where people like me can buy amp chips and so on?

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    ASCAS
    ASCAS

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    If your looking for robotic parts, go to pololu.com , If you are living in america radioshack is a popular electronic store (although has incomplete retail products). If you want anything related about speakers and amps http://www.parts-express.com/ .

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    IT-Jack
    IT-Jack

    7 years ago

    So where do you buy amp chips and all the other things you need too build a amp?

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    ASCAS
    ASCAS

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Luckily, most of the parts are available in local electronics stores here in the Philippines (such as: Deeco, E-gizmo, Alexan, RAON), they're cheap too! From Resistors, Capacitors, Transistors, I.C.s to Heatsinks, they serve a variety of products even kits. Everything that you imagine can be bought here in our country. Since we are near the manufacturing countries such as Taiwan, China, Japan, Singapore, Philippines (our country) everything on the pricelist is cheap!

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    IT-Jack
    IT-Jack

    7 years ago on Introduction

    What does the hole project cost, maybe you have guide to how you build it step by step?

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    ASCAS
    ASCAS

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    It costs less than P1,000.00 ($20). I actually had an incomplete documentation with this project of mine, I will have to make another one of these again to take a full cover of the DIY amp.

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    IT-Jack
    IT-Jack

    7 years ago on Introduction

    thank very nice, but don't you have a list of all the materials?

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    ASCAS
    ASCAS

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    It's stated from the image above, it's a bit small :)))

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    tdaly2
    tdaly2

    7 years ago on Introduction

    please do another soon plus instuctable. i have seen your gainclone power amp but i wanna c a similar amp with volume control much like this. :)

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    ASCAS
    ASCAS

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    If you are planning to build an amplifier with a volume control, you could just add a pontentiometer, the left end of it should be connected to the input, the center should be connected to your output (amplifier-input), and the right end should be connected to your common ground.