The TDA7052 is a mono output amplifier designed for battery-fed portable audio applications, such as tape recorders and radios.
The gain is fixed internally at 40 dB. A large number of tape recorders and radios are still designed for mono sound, plus a space-saving trend by reduction of the number of battery cells. This means a decrease in supply voltage which results in an reduction of output power. To compensate for this reduction, the TDA7052 uses the Bridge-Tied-Load principle (BTL) which can deliver an output power of 1,2 W (THD = 10%) into an 8Ω load with a power supply of 6 V. The load can be short-circuited at each signal excursion. The TDA7052 is a mono output amplifier in a 8-lead dual-in-line (DIL) plastic package. The device is designed for battery-fed portable audio applications.
- No external components
- No switch-on or switch-off clicks
- Good overall stability
- Low power consumption
- No external heatsink required
- Short-circuit proof
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Include PCB board.
Schematic TDA7052 amplifier
PCB for assembly of the amplifier
|C1||10µF/16v Capacitor electrolytic|
|C2||100nF – Capacitor ceramic|
|C3||100µF/16V- Capacitor electrolytic|
|IN||Terminal block connector 2 screws – Audio input|
|OUT||Terminal block connector 2 screws – Audio output|
|VCC||Terminal block connector 2 screws – Power supply|
|P1||10k – Potentiometer to adjust volume|
|Printed circuit board, Weld, wires, power supply or battery – 3 to 12 volt, etc.|