150W BRIBGE AMPLIFIER WITH TDA 7294 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
As you can see, there are provisions to use TDA7294 well. This circuit is almost identical, but a specification higher. There are links on the board to connect contacts 1 and 5 (it should not be connected to the TDA727). Use TDA7294, fees can run bridged (BTL or bridge tied load) to about 150 W at 8 ohms. I think P87B be used to provide phase signal is necessary for BTL operation. Although it is common to see AMP as a reversal, there is a very low resistance at first, and may lead to unacceptable pressures and possible distortion. P87B be managed separately by each amplifier, and the best way to control the amplifiers.While parallel operation is often recommended, I strongly recommend that you run the amps in parallel. There are very strict requirements for greater tolerance for parallel operation – usually amplifiers must correspond to 0.1% or more for all audio traffic and beyond. A very low output resistance of members, even inconsistencies 100mV (instantly, any voltage and frequency) can cause large amounts of current flowing through the circuits. Although 0.1O resistors are usually offered, inconsistencies 100mV voltage (0.15% at the peak voltage 60V) 0.5A cause a circulating current. This leads to overheating and protection of anger involved.