Just a simple 3W Class D amplifier module.Designed by SushiBits in China
What is this In a nutshell, this is a no-frills Class D audio amplifier module. This board has only two chips on it: the Class-D amplifier chip NS4268, and its local power regulator. There is no au...Read More…
In a nutshell, this is a no-frills Class D audio amplifier module.
This board has only two chips on it: the Class-D amplifier chip
NS4268, and its local power regulator. There is no audio processing beyond a volume knob.
I want to get a sound bar for my monitor, but 1) buying new high quality sound bar is a bit too expensive and 2) I have a few spare high quality speakers lying around from a Sanyo stereo system I used to own. This means it can be cheaper for me to build a simple amplifier board and make use of those speakers than buying a new sound bar.
Since I want my music vanilla (I listen to a lot of indie pop and instrumental music, don't judge) I decided to go vanilla on the design, thus this no-frills design.
If my speaker experience tells me anything, this board can be lacking on bass reproduction unless a separate subwoofer is used. I am investigating methods to add such support to this design without blowing the overall no-frills design philosophy.
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