The LM358 Amplifier circuit is a versatile audio amplifier employing a low-cost LM358 op-amp. The differential inputs give the amplifier excellent immunity to common-mode signals which are a common cause of amplifier instability.
The LM358 op-amp audio amplifier circuit is the ground point for wiring in a simple design. The ground sensor can show how input is connected to the ground. To the sound source, and not to the amplifier with high currents.
LM358 Amplifier Circuit Diagram
LM358 Audio Amplifier
If the power supply of the LM358 amplifier is the signal, one of the inputs of the amplifier is connected to the positive power supply. We can add an NPN common-emitter preamplifier for high gain. The power supply feedback destabilization is greatly reduced.
By the way, the LM358 Op-Amp Audio Amplifier is a fairly poor audio amplifier and you may wish to switch to a better part for reduced distortion. Frankly, for a little bench amplifier, you’ll never notice the distortion.
- Output A: Pin 1
- Inverting Input A: Pin 2
- Non-Inverting Input A: Pin 3
- Ground: Pin 4
- Non-Inverting Input B: Pin 5
- Inverting Input B: Pin 6
- Output B: Pin 7
- Vcc: Pin 8
Here you can download the LM358 Datasheet pdf the given below link
Frequently Asked Questions?
What is the Gain of LM358?
The LM358 amplifier has a large DC voltage gain of 100 dB which is ideal for transducer amplifiers, dc gain blocks, and all op-amp circuits.
What is the LM358 Chip?
The LM358 IC is a great, low power and easy to use dual channel op-amp IC
Is LM358 an Op-Amp?
The LM358 is a great and easy-to-use dual-channel opamp. Used as a transducer amplifier.