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Simple Peak Detector Circuit

This circuit is made to indicate that the amplifier has been given the maximum signal, the ability of the amplifier has to be at its peak. if the light is on means the signal-volume do added again.

How it works is the LED lights will light if given a signal that more than 1.8 Volt, the average amplifier will be saturated (maximum) if the signal was given more than this.

The circuit is very simple to the point that we forget that making a series of peak singnal be this way. This circuit is mounted on the output tone control IC, the output master mixer or power amplifier input. This circuit will not overload the circuit to another.

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