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|This circuit attempts to liven up mono sound sources by simulating a stereo signal. It does this by shifting certain frequencies between left and right to fool the ear. It can often produce a passable mock stereo sound to bring some depth to otherwise flat recordings. Of course, there is no way to produce real stereo sound from a purely mono source unless the synthesizer had a way to tell which direction the original sound came from, but an illusion is generally enough for all but the hard core audiophile.|
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|...and it's still not been changed.
Typical of a couldn't care attitude which is increasing on WEB!
(Editor's notes: Because you know, operating the largest independent electronics site on the Internet is not time consuming at all, and a tiny error like this is just so high on the priority list because there's absolutely nothing else needed on the site at all at the moment.)
|I am having trouble finding this IC (TBA3810) to build this circuit. I need your help if you help me find sources on how to get this IC. This IC sounds very rare and discontinued. I will be using this circuit for low power part 15 broadcast on FM to take music that is mono and turn it into stereo, and also use it for my WiFI radio, connect it to an low powered stereo headphone amplifer to hear talk shows in stereo.
(Editor's notes: There is a mistake in the parts list. The part number should be TDA not TBA. Will fix this soon...)
|hi, I can replace the tda3810? I live in Portugal and I can get this ic...|
|SHURE, THERE'S MISTAKE IN PARTS LIST: TDA3810 datasheet|
|*what is a value of C13?|
|C13 = 0.033uF Ceramic Disc Capacitor|
|what is the value of c13|
|any substitute for the tba3810 ic?|
|what's exactly the TBA3810 (442-794)? and can i get the datasheet of it?|
|hi i m planning to build this ckt as a college project. so, i want more information about it.|
|The correct IC is TDA3810 from Philips. Datasheet: http://www.ortodoxism.ro/datasheets/philips/TDA3810.pdf|
|any other things its like a mono to stereo, how about a diagram of a frequency divider, like a whole sound gonna be torn to low, med and high frequency?.|
|Anyone has datasheeet for TBA3810 (442-794)?|
|Do tou know were theTBA3810 chip is available? Mike|
|Hi, I am planning to build the circuit as a college project. How will the circuit behave in the Multisim?|
|Hey, this certainly looks like an interesting thing to build into my old C64 computer to boost the width of that old SID chip. Very interesting indeed. Thanks! =)|
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