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  • posted bytiagoPat on 01/30/2014

    It has a very nice amplification quality, the sound only gets distortion if you push it to high volumes... the board quality is nice and it does not have any part loose or problem with the soldering. can't find any.it was exactly what i was looking for and what says in the description... it's is... Read more

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  • posted byTheChambers on 05/09/2012

    - This little amplifier puts out some nice sound. - The small package is great for confining spaces. - Stays cool, no heatsink needed. - Nice low price. - None, as long as 3 watts is all you need. The screw terminals are not very robust. It would be nice to have screw terminals for the input of a... Read more

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  • posted byrebel4life on 08/14/2011

    -the device is small -the amplifier is very cheap -the device is easy to use -strong noise at 1W output power -a lot of harmonics -screw terminal is made out of cheap material, it should be replaced by a dc power connector A low pass should be placed at the output, this amplifier creates a lot of... Read more

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  • posted byFlavioBayer on 06/15/2011

    Very powerful, it's a 3Wx2 amplifier, but i connect it on my computer and the sound that i almost couldn't hear beafore, now I can hear it without problem with the volume level in 10% nothing It also works with my cellphone battery(SKU.23723), but I use an USB port(~5v) as power supply, just get... Read more

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  • posted byJuiceNL on 03/23/2011

    This is a really nice board to make a diy USB powered speaker driver. Powered from USB it probably doesn't use the full volume, as USB ports typically deliver between 100mA and 500mA, which is less than needed for max output. However, when using speakers that aren't really inefficient decent can... Read more

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