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Yet another CXA1191 FM radio receiver

Posted on Monday, July 31st, 2017 in DIY by DP

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Dilshan Jayakody has published a new build:

This is simple, but very high quality CXA1191S based FM radio receiver system. In this design we use Sony CXA1191S as FM tuner and TDA2003 as an audio amplifier. This receiver system is designed to work with 12V DC power source and it delivers approximately 6W audio output power (with 4Ω speaker load).

Check out more details on his blog here. Project files are available at elect.wikispaces.com.

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2 Responses to “Yet another CXA1191 FM radio receiver”

  1. KH says:

    Fabulous if you are tired of all those TEA5767 modules. Heck, one cannot even find a tuning cap on most electronic parts sellers’ sites anymore, ha ha…

  2. Chris Jennings says:

    Very nice looking PCB.

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