2X15 Watt stereo amplifier using TDA4935

john April 7, 2010 24 Comments

Description.
TDA4935 is bipolar stereo amplifier IC that can be wired as a 2X15W stereo amplifier or a 30W mono BTL amplifier. The IC also features built in circuitry for over load protection and over temperature shut down. Here the IC is wired in stereo mode in order to deliver 15W power on each speaker. The circuit does not require a dual power supply and it can be powered from anything between 8 to 24V.Here I am using 24V for getting maximum output power.

Circuit diagram with Parts list.

15x2-watt-amplifier-circuit-using-tda4935

Notes.

  • Assemble the circuit on a good quality PCB.
  • The circuit can be powered from anything between 8 to24V.
  • Use 20W, 4 Ohm speakers for K1 and K2.
  • All electrolytic capacitors must be rated at least 25V.
Comments
  • Guru
    September 2, 2017

    What yo do with that ground terminals in that circuit???? Leave it alike

  • January 30, 2014

    I like this

  • seetharaman
    September 18, 2011

    Hi Sayooj you dont require regulated supply. you can use a 18 volt 3 amps trasformer with 4nos 1N5404 as bridge rectifier with 10000uF as filter.

  • sayooj
    September 18, 2011

    pleze sugest regulated power suply circuit dagram for this amplfier.

  • dev
    September 14, 2011

    thanks setharaman………

  • seetharaman
    September 12, 2011

    Hi Dev 220nF is 0.22uF ceramic disc cheap and freely available or 63volt polyester or any non polar capacitor.

  • dev
    September 11, 2011

    can u tell me the 220nf capacitor electrolytic or ceramic?

  • September 8, 2011

    i want a small circuit digram for a project

  • seetharaman
    September 7, 2011

    Hi CJ mP3 will have both the channel outputs. a 3.5mm socket will provide common left and right signals. you connect left channel signal left etc. standard connecting cables are available can be used.

  • September 7, 2011

    if i have mP3 where can i connect the mp3 player? at the left in and right in ? plzz answer me

  • seetharaman
    September 1, 2011

    Hi Binesh you can connect, ensure proper screening of your amplifier and use a low pass filter (just 1K ohms resistance with 470 PF- refer motional feed back amplifier)to avoid RF getting into your amp.

  • Binesh ts
    August 31, 2011

    can i connect my amplifier to my mobile phone headset signal as input?
    plz respond

  • seetharaman
    July 16, 2011

    Hi Jakuv the following datasheet gives you the PCB layout etc. use it.
    http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/45821/SIEMENS/TDA4935.html

  • JAKUV
    July 15, 2011

    HI..
    I WANT A LAYOUT PCB FOR THIS CICRCUIT INCLUDING A POWER SUPPLY..
    EMAIL AT tinytech99@yahoo.com
    PLEASE HELP ME FOR MY FINAL PROJECT..

  • June 15, 2011

    hi

  • Seetharaman
    January 9, 2011

    Hi Sicko With 20 volt DC the output will be 11watts into 4 ohms as per mfg datasheet, at an efficiency of 70%. Hence the power input required for the chip is around 16watts 16/20 is 800mA both channel put together 1.6Amps. with head room 20volt 2amp transformer is the best choice.
    Hi Rolly TDA2050 will be the ideal chip for your requirement.

  • January 8, 2011

    hi!i need 30 watts stereo amplifier can you help me!

  • daniel
    January 14, 2010

    where is the input for the -ve terminal of voltage supply?

    • admin
      January 20, 2011

      4 and 6 are the ground pins of TDA4935

  • Sicko
    May 22, 2009

    Ok thx.
    Ow another question. what powersuply should i us. Im planning to use 20V. But how many Ampere should it be ( (15Wx2)/20V= 1.5A )or is it more?

  • Sicko
    May 20, 2009

    Heya i got 2 speakers of 15W each and i love to connect them to my laptop somehow.
    Now i was woundering if this amp will allow me to do so.

    plz respond
    thx

    • admin
      May 21, 2009

      sure you can try it.
      But, be careful since you are playing with your costly laptop.
      Double check the connections and pretest the amp using any
      other sound sources like a radio or MP3 player before connecting to the laptop.

  • Peter Ellmers
    April 25, 2009

    Hi
    We have a need to control voltage for audio input to a car audio amplifier.
    With the amp switched to low power input in works well with MP3 input voltage (2-3 volts)
    But with high power head units (9 volts – can deliver 50 watts per channel), the amp can handle this if the high input switch is activated.
    We do not want to activate this but leave switch in low power setting – but use a voltage regulator so input voltage is always low and same for all.
    Ie. We can use MP3 or head unit power amp without switching and adjusting gain control.
    Hope I make sense and would really appreciate any comments.
    Best Regards
    Peter

  • SUJAY MAITRA
    April 20, 2009

    please send walk throug metal detection circuit .

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