Tag Archives: Amplifer

4 Transistor Amplifier for Small Speakers

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The circuit below shows a 4-transistor utility amplifier suitable for a variety of projects including receivers, intercoms, microphones, telephone pick-up coils, and general audio monitoring. The amplifier has a power isolation circuit and bandwidth limiting to reduce oscillations and “motorboating”. The values are not particularly critical and modest deviations from… Read more »

Speech Amplifier

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This circuit is intended to be placed in the same box containing the loudspeaker, forming a compact microphone amplifier primarily intended for speech reinforcement. A device of this kind is particularly suited to teachers, lecturers, tourists’ guides, hostesses and anyone speaking in crowded, noisy environment. The circuit’s heart is formed… Read more »

Spy Ear

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What binoculars do to improve your vision, this personal sound enhancer circuit does for listening. This light-weight gadget produces an adjustable gain on sounds picked up from the built-in high-sensitivity condenser microphone. So you can hear what you have been missing. With a 6V (4×1.5V) battery, it produces good results…. Read more »

Signal Tracer

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The main part of this circuit is the LM386 amplifier chip. It also uses a transistor input to buffer the input signal and provide extra gain for the LM386. The little unit has helped me out on numerous occasions when trouble shooting any amplifier circuit like a stereo receiver, tv… Read more »