How to make home theater circuit diagram 5.1:
today I make this contain for those Who like to Watch the movies With real home theater sound system. Nowadays in the market available most of are 2.1 subwoofers sound system. to watching the movie this sound system is not good. this why I make this contain and make this video for you. maximum car audio sound system used this TDA8571j ic. this IC has 4 input and 4 output. it’s home theater circuit diagram 5.1.
This is the TDA8571j IC
only 12voltage used for this IC circuit diagram. no need to make center tub voltage.
This ic makes 4 output for Speaker. per output is 50 Watts so 4X50=200 Watts.
We know that voltage X ampere = Watts. so 12 voltage / 200 watts=16.6 ampere.
you have to use 12 voltage 16ampere transformer to get 200 Watts from this IC.
normally this IC used on car audio sound system. we know the car battery is minimum 35 amperes
Now you can ask How to connect 4 input. We see The computer has 3 sockets for the audio system
normally we use 2. one for Speaker output the middle one the Green one. and the pink one for
the microphone. but blue one for What? this blue one also for the audio output device.
So let’s go to Watch the Video for making this ic diagram circuit
You can see here in this circuit diagram used only few components. it’s making so easy. make this amplifier and enjoy the surround sound system.
if you use car Speaker it will be good sound. so use car speaker for getting the nice sound from this amplifier.
Requires very few external components
High output power
Load dump protection
The TDA8571J contains four identical amplifiers which can
be used for bridge applications. The gain of each amplifier
is fixed at 34 dB
4 × 45 W BTL quad car radio power
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