Part Number: LM3886
Figure 35 of the LM3886 datasheet shows plot of output power vs power dissipation for different loads and different supply voltages at f = 1kHz. I want to know what a 3D graph as a function of frequency would look like.
Specifically can someone show me, or how would I determine, the power dissipation as a function of frequency from 20Hz to 20kHz with Vs being constant at 24V and output power being constant at 50W. Will Figure 35 be consistent from 20Hz to 20kHz?
From an audio perspective one should assume the power dissipation to be the same across the audio band. A 3D plot would be an interesting exercise, but would not yield any more data than you already have from the datasheet.
Regards,Gregg ScottSenior Application EngineerMid Power Audio Amplifiers
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