The LM384 is a power audio amplifier for consumer applications which is applicable for intercoms, line drivers, TV sound systems, sound projector systems, AM-FM radio, simple phonograph amplifiers, teaching machine outputs, alarms, ultrasonic drivers, etc. The LM384 5W Audio Power Amplifier features Low quiescent power drain; Wide supply voltage range: 12V to 26V; Input referenced to GND; Voltage gain fixed at 50; High input impedance: 150k?; Quiescent output voltage is at one half of the supply voltage; Low distortion: 0.25% (PO=4W, RL=8?); Standard dual-in-line (SOIC) package.
In the following article you will find detail explanation about LM384 5W Audio Power Amplifier including general description, LM384 schematic diagram, Absolute Maximum Ratings, LM384 electrical characteristics, typical performance characteristics (i.e. Device Dissipation vs Ambient Temperature, Thermal Resistance vs Square Inches, Supply Decoupling vs Frequency, Total Harmonic Distortion vs Output Power, Output Voltage Gain vs Frequency, Total Harmonic Distortion vs Frequency, Power Supply Current vs Supply Voltage, Device Dissipation vs Output Power—16? Load, etc), block and connection diagrams, typical application, and physical dimension data.
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