Circuit audio pre-amplifier with transistor BC549. This simple circuit can be used to boost the signal sources that can not excite your amplifier, or from entering your PC, such as microphones for low and medium impedance, sound-heads, guitar pickups, guitar, etc… The circuit is basic and compact and can even be installed inside the signal source, should be sandwiched between the signal source and amplifier itself.
Feeding can be done with voltages from 6 to 9 V obtained from ordinary batteries or a battery. As the current required is very low, the durability of batteries will be quite large. The level of output signal depends on the level of the input signal and amplification. In this case, this amplification is about 50 times, but can be changed by changing the resistor R1 and also the setting of P1.
This pot (or trimpot) P1 just allows you to adjust the gain of the circuit with the signal source to obtain an output without distortion, capable of exciting the external amplifier. In Figure 1 we have the complete diagram of this simple pre-audio amplifier.
Schematic simple audio amplifier
Suggested printed circuit board for mounting the preamplifier
BOM for assembly of the Circuit audio pre-amplifier with a BC549 transistor
R2: 10 Kohms
R3: 220 KOhms
P1: Logarithmic potentiometer or trimpot
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Q1: Transistor: BC549 or equivalent
Miscellaneous: printed circuit board, battery or 9 Volt, Connectors
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thanks a lot bro. The circuit worked flawlessly.