10W amplifier using TDA2003

john September 28, 2017 22 Comments

Description.
Here is the circuit diagram of a 10W audio amplifier using the popular TDA2003 IC from SGS Thomson. The IC can easily deliver 10W to a 4 Ohms load at 18V DC supply voltage. The IC can be also operated from 12V and that makes it applicable in car audio systems. The useful features of TDA2003 include short circuit protection between all pins, thermal overload protection, low harmonic distortion, low cross over distortion etc.

The circuit given here is designed as per the datasheet from the manufacturer and found to be working fine. Capacitor C7 performs the job of input DC decoupling.R2 and R3 is used to set the gain of the amplifier.C3 and R1 determines the upper cut off frequency.C6 and R4 and meant for increasing stability at high frequencies. Capacitor C5 couples the output to the speaker.

TDA2003 10W amplifier – Circuit diagram with Parts list

10w-amplifier-using-tda2003

Notes.

  • It is better to use a PCB for assembling this circuit.
  • PCB layout for this circuit can be found on the datasheet of TDA2003.
  • Use 18V DC for powering this circuit.
  • Input ground and output ground must be properly decoupled.
  • Speaker K1 can be a 4 ohm one.
  • TDA2003 must be fitted with a heat sink.

If you are further interested in TDA2003 related topics I have another post Car audio amplifier using TDA2003

Comments
  • December 12, 2014

    hi do i need a preamp for this circuit as i built one but no output is coming only humming

  • May 2, 2014

    hi seetharaman, i want a simple circuit diagram of loud mini amplifier speaker please

  • Rex
    September 18, 2013

    Seetharaman, i did not see 39nf capacitor in my area, which other capacitor can replace 39nf

    • Seetharaman
      September 19, 2013

      Hi Rex you can use 33nF with 47 ohms or 47nF with 33 ohms. which are standard components.

  • Rex
    September 15, 2013

    Seetharaman, please give us the tone control circuit for this Amplifeir

    • Seetharaman
      September 16, 2013

      Hi Rex being a single supply amplifier (without plus and minus) one has to use a tone control or pre amplifier with single supply only. The passive two transistor tone control with 12 volt supply, appeared in our earlier project will suit this the best.
      http://www.circuitstoday.com/baxendall-tone-control-circuit

  • Rex
    July 30, 2013

    Seetharaman, what Class does this amplifeir belong?

    • Seetharaman
      September 16, 2013

      hi Rex it is class AB amplifier as standing current is around 60mA

  • Rex
    July 10, 2013

    Seetharaman, give us the “BRIDGE AMPLIFEIR CIRCUIT” using two of this IC, TDA2003 as bridge amplifeir to get One output.

  • Rex
    July 10, 2013

    Seetharaman, please give us the BRIDGE CIRCUIT of this AMPLIFEIR

  • Rex
    May 11, 2013

    HOW CAN I CONNECT TWO TDA2003 AS A BRIDGE AMPLIFIER TO GET ONE OUTPUT

  • December 8, 2012

    WOW! Your circuit works great. It works perfectly but I have a problem on how to control it’s volume. So, can you please add a potentiometer?

  • chanderjeet
    May 29, 2012

    What is the voltage rating of all the capacitors?

  • seetharaman
    November 27, 2011

    Hi Nitin see the internal details in the following site
    http://www.datasheetarchive.com/TDA2003-datasheet.html

  • nitin raj shukla
    November 27, 2011

    i want to know about internal structure of tda2003

  • August 5, 2011

    yaps thanks a lots,, ok, i’ll search the scheme by my self. thanks

  • seetharaman
    August 5, 2011

    Hi Sugiman use TDA2822M a 8pin IC the best choice for your requirement. it is stereo can work down to 1.8 volts and maximum up to 15volts.

  • August 4, 2011

    at the real. i just want to build a mini music box like music angel. which the feature are, with 3.7v LiIon batt use nokia charger, 2 spk, power amp 2×3 watt st, play mp3 from MicroSD or USB flashdisc, and including a fm radio. the question, how can i build it with lower cost money? if Music Angel cost rate Rp 150.000, i want the ceaper then. thanks for help.

  • August 4, 2011

    ya ya ya
    but, still but here. but i need a small size, just 3″ diameter, and 17cm long. it was fully with a battery, 2 elco, and the power amp. i was try with 9v batt, but still same. ok,if i use 3 batt of 4v, now my charger just 7v. how again? thanks

  • seetharaman
    August 4, 2011

    Hi Sugiman the recommended operating voltage for 10watts power into 2 ohms speaker is 14.4volt DC. A minimum of 8volts is the amplifiers requirement. Use 3nos 4 volt 1 amp batteries in series as the power supply with 2200uF as decoupling capacitor. with 4 ohms speaker the output power will be around 5watts. you can use a dual cone elliptical speaker with a power handling capacity of 6watts at 4 ohms.

  • August 4, 2011

    please help. i was make an amplifier with tda 2003, but for suply the energy, i use 4v/1A battery. the sound too much noise & cracked, if volume too max. i was try use C 4700uF/25v 2x on the suply, but it just get a few change. please tell me, how i increase it for a good sound & small size. i use 3″ spk. thanks

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