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LM380 Audio Amplifier Test And Review [Chip Ideas]
posted September 30 2014 13:50.57 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Oldies but Goldies, The LM380 is one of the oldest Audio Amplifier ICs still in production, with a release date somewhere in the mid 70s'. The fact that it is still in production means that it works, but how good is it? John from JohnAudioTech compiled a test and review video on this chip.



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