Circuit : Andy Collinson
A 32 Watt per channel stereo power amplifier made using the TDA2050V monolithic integrated circuit. Very low noise and distortion.
This circuit is for a 32 Watt stereo audio power amplifier using the TDA20501
. With a dual 22 Volt supply this amplifier can deliver 32W into
8 ohm loudspeakers. Moreover, the TDA 2050 delivers typically 50W music power into 4 ohm load over 1 sec at VS= 22.5V and f = 1KHz. The amplifier is cased as a Pentawatt package see pinout below:
This is a power amplifier and requires 200mV RMS for full output. Voltage gain is 30.5dB with resistor values shown.
Closed loop gain is set by Ratio R1/R2. Increase R2 for less gain and vice versa. Power bandwidth is 20Hz to 80KHz.
R3, C3 and R6, C11 form a zobel network to prevent high frequency instability.
The speaker is direct coupled, therefore no expensive large value electrolytic capacitors are required and the bass will be crisp and clean. It is advisable to place fuses in the power supply (not shown).
R1,R4,R5,R8______22k 1/4W Resistor
R2,R7__________680R 1/4W Resistor
R3,R6___________2.2R 1/4W Resistor
C1,C10___________1u NP 25V Capacitor
C2,C12__________22u 63V Electrolytic
C3,C11_________0.47u 400V Polyester
C4,C7,C8,C9_____100n 400V Polyester
C5,C6,C13,C14___220u 63V Electrolytic
U1,U2__________TDA2050V 32W Audio Power Amp
For more information see the manufacturers data sheet