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Simple LM386 Amp circuit that's powered by a 9v battery and some ways to encase it.
This was one of the first circuits that got me into making. It’s very simple and can be used to amplify audio output (mp3 player, computer, etc.) as well as electric guitars.
Assemble with hot glue.
Yeah like I said the schematic is not drawn in any traditional sense. Its more of a note of what to solder where. I should probably fix it one day. Thanks for the input and correction.
I haven’t been doing much with electronics lately, but it sounds like you may have burn’t up the LM386 during soldering. I did this twice before I realized what was happening. Other than that check some other specs online, this is just one example, and good luck to ya.
can I use a jrc4558d??? I don’t know much about Ics or circuits,its just that I’ve a couple of them lying around so…?!
Would I be able to add a 10w 8Ohm speaker to it without having to change anything?
Hi Alek, What is the size of the speaker you used, watts, and ohms?
pls make a circiut in correct way with corret symbol
can i change LM 368 with someone else
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