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- Published in issue 7/2003 on page 0
Quad Bridge Car Amp
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R1,R2,R4,R5 = 100?
R3,R6 = 10k?
R7 = 0?1, 5W
P1-P4 = 10k? preset
C1,C3,C7,C9 = 15nF
C2,C4,C8,C10 = 470nF
C5,C11 = 10µF 63V radial
C6,C12 = 47µF 25V radial
C13 = 100nF
C14,C15 = 2200µF 25V radial, max. diameter 16mm.
IC1,IC2 = TDA7375A (ST)
F1 = fuse, 8A/T (time delay) with PCB mount holder
2 fast-on (spade) terminal, male, vertical, solder type (2-pin version)
PCB, order code 034039-1