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TDA7498 2X100W Power Amplifier Board High Power Digital Amplifier Board Two Channel Stereo

Feature:

Power amplifier chip: TDA7498 (2X100W)

Output power: 100W+100W (32 volt supply, impedance 4 ohm maximum output)

Output impedance: 4~10 ohms (8 ohms )

Working voltage: 15~34VDC with input polarity reverse connection protection

Recommended voltage: 24V DC power supply

Work efficiency: 90%

Specification model: SW-HF78

Note:

Need higher power supply Recommended power supply: 24V voltage output current 5A or more (power supply is insufficient, power distortion and breakage will occur when power is large and large)

Recommended speaker impedance: 8 ohms (4 ohms and 6 ohms can also work)

Package includes:

1 x Digital Amplifier Board

ZXY-NAN TDA7498 2X100W Power Amplifier Board High Power Digital

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