TDA7297 amplifier board DIY Kit

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TDA7297 amplifier board DIY Kit

Want to practice your soldering skills? A stereo amplifier is a great project to start your journey into electronics. Another self-soldering project to solder your own projects. Practice your soldering skills and as an end result have a stereo 15W amplifier. This is a small but powerful and high-quality stereo sound project.

Note: This is a DIY kit, you will need to solder the components to the PCB.

All the amplification is done by this amazing TDA7297 IC. The capacitors are mainly there to keep the voltage stable. There are much more to be discovered about this IC in this datasheet: TDA7297-datasheet

We have found that there are some PCB's that fails to play (stay in mute) by breaking the TRACK between two pins the problems were FIXED, try it if yours is not playing.

Amplifier board DIY Kit Description:

Input voltage: 12V
Speakers: 10-30W 4-8ohm

NB. It is important to run this module with a heatsink! 

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Keanu M.
Not working, faulty.

Bought 2 kits, finished the one, added a heatsink and had to clean PCB and components because the solder didn't take.
After finishing the project, added -12, ground and +12, and no sound output.
IC only heats up.
Checked connections and power, faulty kit.
Very disappointed with this product.

Thando M.

TDA7297 amplifier board DIY Kit

Pieter S.
Second Hand IC in my kit

I picked this up in store but unfortunately did not check the contents. The tips on the legs on the TDA 7297 had been previously soldered and cleaned and there was a clear mark on the metal backing indicating that it was mounted to a heatsink before. The legs were bent quit bad and I had to use a thin blade to seperate them where the were making contact. One of the 224 capacitors was nowhere in range. I assembled it anyway and only 1 channel was working but performed as expected. Decide to trash this and opted for something else. Not good quality at all.

It is shame that the kit had a second hand IC in there. We checked all the kits now and looks like yours was the only one. The product itself is quite good especially for youngsters that want to learn more about sound related products. It was a human error not as much a bad product- some packer that somehow slipped that in. All I can think is that he run out of components and found that somewhere to complete his last kit for the day :-(

It is a cheap kit but has great sound for beginners. For R50.00 that is about as good as they get. Saying that though, they are awesome especially for kids that want to tinker around with sound.

Samuel G.

Kit had PCB and all components. You will need to add a heatsink. No instructions were included but the PCB shows the values of the components. I had to use flux to solder the IC as it wasn't taking the solder without flux.

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