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    Project Taurus: Final PCB test (playing Bass, I Love You)

    diytronics

    por diytronics

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    Taurus is an high-end amplifier capable of delivering up to 45W per channel to 4Ohm loads and up to 29W to 8Ohm loads. This simple, yet powerful amplifier is built around two LM3875 (LM3875TF) chips and has only a small number of other components for filtering and gain setting. This video shows the final PCB (printed circuit board) being first tested, reproducing the music "Bass, I Love You" by Bassotronics. The board is connected to a pair of Visaton FR 10 drivers. You can notice the output power by the appreciable excursion on both drivers, and you can actually see the dimples on the surround of each driver. This project includes a volume control, but since at the time I didn't had the required double gang potentiometer, I decided to use those connectors to input the signal instead.

    To learn more about this project, please check the link below:
    forum.allaboutcircuits.com/showthread.php?t=43948

    Created: January 22, 2011