25 April 2007

The "Beast" - A LM3875 Chip Amplifier

Bruce has put together a LM3875 based Non-Inverting Chip Amplifier using the LM3875 kits available from audiosector.com. He has affectionately named his project the "Beast". For the enclosure, Bruce used plastic and aluminum project boxes from Radio Shack. The power supply consists of a 200VA toroidal transformer and is housed in a separate enclosure.

LM3875 DIY Chipamp Kit
Consistent with what most are chip amp kit builders have been finding out, Bruce has found out that these gainclone kits result in a great sounding amplifier at a reasonably low cost. For more information about this project, see The "Beast" - LM3875 Chip Amp.

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05 April 2007

K-502 Tube Amplifier Kit & The DelSol Speaker

Barry has put together his first two DIY Audio Projects. A build of the inexpensive K-502 Tube Amplifier Kit and the DelSol Speaker.

K-502 Tube Amp Kit and DelSol Speaker
The enclosure for the K-502 Tube Amp Kit is wood and plexiglass.

K-502 Tube Amplifier Kit
The DelSol projects uses the Aura NS3-194-8E fullrange driver. For the enclosure, Barry used 3/4" MDF and 1/2" oak.

Aura NS3-194-8E DelSol Speaker
Together these two simple DIY projects make a simple hi-fi unit. For more information, see Barry's project page the DIY K-502 Tube Amplifier Kit and Aura NS3-194-8E DelSol Speaker.

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