I'm wondering if anyone out there knows if there's a way to convert the low impedance outputs of my TAS5630B based power amplifier to a 100V constance voltage output without the use of a transformer?
I believe there are certain Amplifier IC's out there that are designed for this application, however my company has spent RnD time and money on developing this particular product already, and i've been asked the question as to whether or not additional circuitry can be added to the current design to enable this feature.
The main reasons for a transformer-less design are purely based on size and weight. I've tried to do some Google research with no real results - perhaps i'm not searching with the right keywords.
Any help at all would be wonderful.
Sorry for the delay, I was hoping someone in the community would come back to you...
I have never seen anything like this. I would be interested as well if you find something!
Audio Applications Engineering Manager
Dallas, TX USA
Thanks for the reply. I'll keep looking....if I find anything, i'll be sure to post it.
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