How to Build a Stero Amplifier

How to Build a Stero Amplifier
  • How to Build a Stero Amplifier
  • How to Build a Stero Amplifier

How to Build a Stero Amplifier

•    Integrated circuit to amplify sound for use with smartphones and MP3 players
•    Hands-On DIY Kit for STEM Education and Makerspace
•    Using flexible building blocks to build STEM projects has made teaching modern electronics to K-12 students possible and fun
•    Step-by-step instructions and discussions, this DIY kit is an ideal STEM and makerspace material for primary to secondary school students and hobbyists
•    Using 5eBaord platform, no soldering is involved and all parts can be repeatedly used by different students or projects
•    Through this project, a student will gain the basic knowledge on how to use an integrated circuit (IC) to amplify sound signals
•    The stereo uses a TDA2822M IC chip to amplify sound signals input from an audio device such as a smart phone, iPod or MP4 player (not provided)
•    The stereo signals produced by the chip are delivered to two speakers
•    Although simple, the amplifier can still produce high quality and volume sound
•    The circuit can be easily expanded to include a Bluetooth module for wireless sound input

Features:
•    No soldering is involved; all parts can be repeatedly used by different users or projects
•    Based on real-world components – knowledge gained can be extended to college and beyond
•    Advanced science and engineering concept made easy to understand and fun to learn
•    Includes all components and instruction materials

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How to Build a Stero Amplifier

How to Build a Stero Amplifier

•    Integrated circuit to amplify sound for use with smartphones and MP3 players
•    Hands-On DIY Kit for STEM Education and Makerspace
•    Using flexible building blocks to build STEM projects has made teaching modern electronics to K-12 students possible and fun
•    Step-by-step instructions and discussions, this DIY kit is an ideal STEM and makerspace material for primary to secondary school students and hobbyists
•    Using 5eBaord platform, no soldering is involved and all parts can be repeatedly used by different students or projects
•    Through this project, a student will gain the basic knowledge on how to use an integrated circuit (IC) to amplify sound signals
•    The stereo uses a TDA2822M IC chip to amplify sound signals input from an audio device such as a smart phone, iPod or MP4 player (not provided)
•    The stereo signals produced by the chip are delivered to two speakers
•    Although simple, the amplifier can still produce high quality and volume sound
•    The circuit can be easily expanded to include a Bluetooth module for wireless sound input

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