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Make a Digital Amplifier with PAM8610 Module

PAM8610 Module Power Amplifier Class D 2x15Watt
PAM8610 Amplifier Module
PAM8610 2x15W Stereo Digital Amplifier is a high-quality audio amplifier module that uses PAM8160 chip which can produce very clear sound and strong stereo separation.

PAM8610 Module Amplifier

Working voltage: 7V - 15V.
Output 2 stereo channel 2x10W (8Ohm) or 2x15W (4Ohm).
Output power: 10w + 10w (8 load)
Efficiency: 90%
Shutdown Current: 4uA
Quiescent current: 20mA
SNR: 86%
Total harmonic distortion: 5W / 1KHz / 8 ---- 0.1%
Frequency range: 20Hz-20KHz
Input impedance: 15K
Output Impedance: 4-8 Ohm
Dimensions: 30mm x 25mm x 2.5mm
Protection: Over Load, Over Temperature, Anti Popup Protection.

Material Specifications:
Using the chip from the latest DIODES INC PAM8610,
Using SMD components of high precision resistors, with tolerance of + - 1% 3. Layout of multi layer PCB with separate ground plane to ensure high S / N ratio, and low noise level.
PCB using Fiberglass material with thickness 1.6 mm, double-sided board.
The best quality PCB material
Using capacitor power type Low impedance more dynamic sound.

I made a power amplifier using this PAM8610 module using components not with high quality, the components I use as follows:

PAM8610 Parts for building HiFi amplifier

The first part of the power supply I use Switching Power Supply Unit with a 12volt DC output voltage ampere rating 1Amper, actual amperage rating that much less able to raise a voice of power amplifier PAM8610. I add a digital voltmeter to monitor the supply voltage. Then for the speakers use 2parts 3 Inch Speaker with 10W 4Ohm load power and also 2 pieces of tweter.

For volume settings and audio inputs use a stereo potentiometer and an additional RCA input jack. Power Amplifier using PAM8610 Class D.

Review and test PAM8610

I provide video in Indonesian version, following video build and test amplifier use PAM8610 Module.

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  2. What does the SW on chip represent?

  3. SW is the mute switch. Close them and the audio reduces low enough that you can't hear it.