Monday, September 05, 2016

Subwoofer controller uses a single IC TL072

Subwoofer controller uses a single IC TL072, one channel (U1A) is used as a mixer channel Left & Right and also as a buffer for the channel U1B so that the controller is not affected by impedance input that may vary in value, and other channels (U1B) is used as a controller.

In the mixer, the magnitude of the voltage gain of around 1x. Its value is taken from R3 / (R1 || R2), which is about 22k / (47k || 47k) = 0,936x. see circuit diagram

Subwoofer controller uses a single IC TL072 circuit diagram
In the controller, there is a maximum gain in the frequency of ~ 80Hz at 10dB. These frequencies are (80Hz) chosen for around 80Hz frequency is the beat / bass punch feels more. If strengthening Bass + 10dB is too high, replace the value of R5 with a lower so strengthening Bass its drops, for example, change it to 47k the gains fell to + 8dB. Capacitor C1 is used to cut frequencies below ~ 31Hz so did not join because it winds strengthened without audible to us, just waste - waste of power only.

Use this regulated power supply circuit for Subwoofer controller using IC TL072
power supply subwoofer controller

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