20W audio amplifier using TDA7240

Description
The audio amplifier shown here is based on the TDA7240 IC from ST Microelectronics. The TDA 7240 is an integrated audio amplifier IC that can deliver 20 watts of audio output power into a 4ohm load. The IC has minimum external parts count and is available in the 7 pin compact Heptawatt package. The IC also has a lot of good features like loud speaker protection, short circuit protection, low noise, low distortion etc. The circuit can be operated from a 12V DC single power supply and this makes it very useful in car audio applications.

Circuit diagram.


Notes.

  • Assemble the circuit on a good quality PCB.
  • Use 12V DC for powering the circuit.
  • K1 can be a 4 ohm, 20W speaker.
  • S1 is the standby switch and S2 is the ON/OFF switch.
  • LED D2 is a power ON indicator.
  • Fit the IC to a proper heatsink.
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17 thoughts on “20W audio amplifier using TDA7240

    • Illusion

      C5 ,C6, and C7 should be at least 25v capacitor. The voltage of the capacitors that are directly attached to the power supply terminal should have the voltage greater than the voltage of power supply. For other capacitor you can use any type of voltage. But select at least 16v that’s what i recommend.

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  1. noob

    Thank You for your reply.
    I’m planing to make a 5.1 Surround sound with 6 of this amplifiers, and now I’m curious about quality of this amplifier.

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  2. noob

    can i power two of this audio amps with one car battery, i want to make a Stereo amplifier but do not want to use 2 batteries, please answer.

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  3. KI SENEVIRATHNA

    Dear sir,
    I would like to get wor from computer power supply unit,witch can get 12v and 5v dc.As u know it is swtching power supply unit.Tell me what kind of changement it has to give to reach my goal.
    Please some one help me .Thank u

    Ki senevirathna

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  4. Deepak

    please give me the full details of “20W audio amplifier using TDA7420″ ie. with their cost, the devices required…..

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