The diyAB "Honey Badger" Class AB Power Amp - 150W/Channel
The first Class AB power amplifier to be featured at the diyAudio Store. It has been designed from the ground up with the sonic character, power output and most of all the DIYer in mind. With a basic power output of 150W at 8 ohms, this power amp is sure to have a place in every builder’s projects list. Not to mention its flexibility and adaptability to work with most output devices available locally in wherever country you may be.
Please visit the Honey Badger Helpdesk Thread for any questions you might have and for a definitive list of links to all articles and discussions about the amp itself, the build guide, schematics, and Bill of Materials. The designer OSTripper is active over in the Honey Badger General Discussion Thread which is where all the action is.
|Dimensions||253mm x 76mm|
|Mounting holes||UMS Heatsink Compatible|
|Number of boards included||2|
If you follow the build guide you will have yourself a very nice amplifier, it's powerful with
loads of detail. I would suggest trying to run this amp at or near the 100ma max setting, it really opens
up at that point. The quality of the boards are really good and service from the store is always good.
If you follow the build guild to the letter you will have yourself a really nice sounding amplifier with a lot of power.
The boards are well made.
The bords are high quality. Haven't build it yet.
Quality of boards is very good, wondering that there are two different schematic drawings of it...
As the pcb is v2.4 yet the schematic is not update, please update the schematic so that less confused. Thanks
Always a Great experience
I bought the Honey Badger, Universal PSU, softstart and speaker protection boards. They are all of a very high quality and clearly laid out so well suited to expert and novice alike. Very highly recommended.
The board is of the greatest quality with golden plated through holes, great silkscreen and efficent layout. However, please note that the holes are really on the tiny side, you may have trouble with common 1/2w resistors and be forced (as I was) to drill the holes larger, destroying the throughholes in the process, not that it is a big issue, but that's a little annoyance nontheless.
Great service from Diyaudio (as always)
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