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Very high quality sound class-D amplifier based on 15Wx2 TPA3110 is combined with OLED display controlled by Atmega328P, working as a Arduino compatible environment. All of surface mounted components are pre-soldered on-board and all of required items including AC/DC 12 V adaptor are included in this kit. All you will need is soldering lead-axial type components (resistors, capacitors) and connectors and variable resistor for audio level control.
This is semi-kit. Soldering lead-axial component and terminal and variable resistor is required for completion!
I've made Arduino related board and analog amplifier. This time these are adjoined in one!
I can guarantee the very good sound quality of TPA3110 with max output of 15W x 2. The OLED can be used as sound indicator controlled by Atmega328p. Even if not knowing well about programming, just soldering and assembling components, we can enjoy good sound with joy of indicator! If you know well about Arduino programming, you can upload your own firmware utilising I2C graphical OLED display! Please see the relevant project at hackaday for more details.
What is included in this kit: SMT components pre-soldered PCB, all of parts and connectors, 100-240VAC/12V-DC adaptor What is NOT included in this kit: Good speakers with impedance from 4 to 32 ohms, sound source and connection cable (3.5 mm stereo to 3.5 mm for iPod connection, or 3.5 mm stereo to two RCA pin)
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From childhood, I've loved making electrical things by soldering for some amateur radio related thing.
After graduated certain university and taking Ph. D, I did have a GaAs MMIC design working for 60 GHz system
but it's a bit long time ago.
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