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there's a schematic on the LM386 datasheet to build a "bionic ear" but if you conect the guitar instead of the microphone, and a 10W speaker at the output instead of an earphones, it might be what you're looking for
I wanna combine both LM386 and a LM741, because 2 LM741s arent enough, or are too much... I cant get a circuit matched to the speakers i want to use
I dont want to have too large a circuit (otherwise i'd just tweek it with more components and math)
Trying to build a pocket guitar amp...
u can use tda series ic's tda2030 better for hi power audio applications
All I have is 741.... The 2030 would be more for a small home amp, I wanna build a POCKET amp. The 741 is enough for most pocket amps, but I want just a little more of the clean *crunch* but I always end up clipping the high end and most of the mids
k ,,,,after mic .... first stage u should have a high pass filter (c-r) then connect 741 with gain of 50 or more
k by tomo i try to send u full schamatic ,,,,, tell me u need a mono or stero type amp
I was going to try for two of these speakers in an oscillator-type arrangement...but thats too big. Just one little 4" speaker, 8 ohms.