Adafruit Stereo 2.8W Class D Audio Amplifier - TS2012 - Pimoroni
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Adafruit Stereo 2.8W Class D Audio Amplifier - TS2012

ADA1552
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This incredibly small stereo amplifier is surprisingly powerful - able to deliver 2 x 2.8W channels into 4 ohm impedance speakers (@ 10% THD).

Inside the miniature chip is a class D controller, able to run from 2.7V-5.5VDC and incredibly efficient (89% efficient when driving an 8Ω speaker at 1.5 Watt) - making it perfect for portable and battery-powered projects.

  • Inputs of the amplifier go through 1.0uF capacitors, so they are fully 'differential' - if you don't have differential outputs, simply tie the R- and L- to ground.
  • Outputs are "Bridge Tied" - that means they connect directly to the outputs, no connection to ground.
  • The output is a ~300KHz square wave PWM that is then 'averaged out' by the speaker coil - the high frequencies are not heard.

All the above means that you can't connect the output into another amplifier, it should drive the speakers directly. 

Comes with a fully assembled and tested breakout board with 1.0uF input capacitors. We also include a dual mini DIP switch for setting the amplifier gain on the fly, 3.5mm screw-terminal blocks so you can easily attach/detach your speakers, and some header in case you want to plug it into a breadboard. You will be ready to rock in 15 minutes! Speakers are not included, use any 4 ohm or 8 ohm impedance speakers.

  • Output Power: 2.8W at 4Ω, 10% THD, 1.7W at 8Ω, 10% THD, with 5V Supply
  • PSRR: 70 dB typ @ 217 Hz with 6 dB gain
  • Designed for use without an output filter, when wires are kept at under 2"-4" long
  • Four pin-selectable gains: 6dB, 12dB, 18dB and 24dB. Select with the onboard switches or by setting the G0 and G1 breakout pins (see schematic for breakout board showing gain pin settings for details)
  • Excellent click-and-pop suppression
  • Thermal shutdown protection
  • Independent channel shutdown
  • Low current draw: 5mA quiescent and 2uA in shutdown mode

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