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AMPly - An Open Source Modular Audio Amplifier

Introduction

AMPly is a small hobbyist audio amplifier. It's made up from modules that talk over a system-wide multi-master I²C bus and are wired up however. The audio path is all analogue (at the moment!). It's designed for easy extensibility without sacrificing noticable audio quality (audiophiles, perhaps look elsewhere...) and as such the power supply is a switch mode regulator and the power amplification is Class D. I can't hear a difference, even on some pretty decent speakers. Maybe you can. If not, perhaps you need better speaker cables.

Modules

Current modules:

  • Power Amplifier
  • Power Supply

Coming-Soon modules:

  • Volume Control

Planned modules:

  • Source Select
  • System Control
  • Front Panel
  • Remote Control
  • FM Radio

Tools and Technology

KiCAD has been used for all the hardware design. All the microcontrollers are currently Atmel AVRs with code in C via avr-gcc, though the system control module will probably end up using an STM32 with C via gcc.

License

All software is licensed under the simplified BSD license.

Hardware is currently unlicensed: I present these design files for you to do whatever you want personally, but at the moment without a legal framework.

Author

Adam Greig, 2012

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