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Texas Instruments LM386N-1 Low Voltage Power Amplifier

Order Code:  

82-0264

Brand: Texas Instruments MPN: LM386N-1
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The LM386N is a low voltage audio power amplifier for consumer applications. Ideal for AM/FM radio amplifiers, portable tape player amplifiers, intercoms, TV sound systems, line drivers, ultrasonic drivers, small servo drivers, power converters, etc.
  • 325mW Output power
  • 8R Load impedance
  • 4 to 12V Supply voltage
  • Working temperature 0°C to +70°C
  • DIL-8 Case

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TDA2030AV18W Hi-Fi audio power amplifierSTPentawatt V82-0630
NJM2073DSuperior TDA2822M versionJRCDIL-882-2154
TDA2822L1W + 1W Dual low voltage power amplifierTruDIL-882-0673
TDA2009A10 + 10W Stereo audio amplifierSTMultiwatt 1182-0940
TDA72667 + 7W Dual/bridge stereo audio amplifierSTMultiwatt 1582-0942
TEA2025B4.7W Dual/bridge stereo audio amplifierSTDIL-1682-0944

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Reviewed by: Nigel Warren - 18 February 2010
A nice little well behaved amp at a low price - just a few external components needed to drive a small speaker - like the 35-1400. I use this in all my AVR microcontroller music / robot projects.