Bull horn


Posted on Oct 8, 2012

The input audio signal is fed to pin 3 of Ul, an LM386 low-voltage amplifier, via C3 and Rl. Potentiometer Rl sets the drive or volume level. Ul, which serves as a driver stage, can be set for a gain of from 20 to 200. The output of Ul at pin 5 is fed to U2—a 377 dual two-watt amplifier connected in parallel to produce about four watts of output power—at pins 6 and 9 via C4 and C5. Frequency stability is determined by R2, R4, and CIO on one side, and the corresponding components R6, R5, and C9 on the other side.


Bull horn
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The outputs of the two amplifiers (at pins 2 and 13) are capacitively coupled to SPKR1 through C6 and C7.




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