PeaveyHartley Peavey founded Peavey Electronics, one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of musical and professional audio equipment, in 1965, having built his first amplifier in 1957.
SJE 5331, 120V, 3A, Case-77.
SJE 5332, 120V, 3A, Case-77.
The TL072is a high speed JFET input dual operational amplifier incorporating well matched, high voltage JFET and bipolar transistors in a monolithic integrated circuit. The device features high slew rates, low input bias and offset current, and low offset voltage temperature coefficient.
Dual Operational Amplifier. The 4558 integrated circuit is a dual high-gain operational amplifier internally compensated and constructed on a single silicon chip using an advanced epitaxial process. Combining the features of the NJM741 with the close parameter matching and tracking of a dual device on a monolithic chip results in unique performance characteristics. Excellent channel separation allows the use of the dual device in single NJM741 operational amplifier applications providing density. It is especially well suited for applications in differential-in, differential-out as well as in potentiometric amplifiers and where gain and phase matched channels are mandatory. Features:
- Operating Voltage (±4V~±18V)
- High Voltage Gain (100dB typ.)
- High Input Resistance (5MΩ typ.)
- Bipolar Technology
This a high performance dual low noise operational amplifier. Compared to the standard dual operational amplifiers, such as the NJM1458, it shows better noise performance, improved output drive capability, and considerably higher small-signal and power bandwidths. it is compensated internally for voltage follower circuit. This makes the device especially suitable for application in high quality and professional audio equipment, instrumentation, control circuits, and telephone channel amplifiers Features:
- Operating Voltage = ±3V~±22V
- Small Signal Bandwidth = 10MHz typ.
- Output Drive Capability = 600Ω,10Vrms typ.
- Input Noise Voltage = 5nV/√Hz typ.
- Power Bandwidth = 140kHz typ.
- Slew Rate = 8V/µs typ.
- Bipolar Technology
MPS 6533, PNP general purpose amp, 40V, TO-92 Case.
MPS 6531, NPN general purpose amp, 40V, TO-92 Case.
Low noise JFET quad operational amplifier. Incorporates well matched, high-voltage JFET and bipolar transistors in a monolithic integrated circuit. Features high slew rates, low input bias and offset currents, and low offset voltage temperature coefficients. Features:
- Wide common-mode and differential voltage range
- Low input bias and offset current
- Low noise en = 15 nV/HZ
- Output short-circuit protection
- High input impedance JFET input stage
- Low harmonic distortion: 0.01%
- Internal frequency compensation
- Latch up free operation
- High slew rate: 16 V/us (typical)
2N5400 (761), PNP general purpose amp, 120V, 10mA, TO-92 case.
SJ-74200, PNP output, 200V, 4A, TO-3 Case.
SJE 2153 (TIP107), PNP Darlington, 80V, 3A, TO-3 Case.
MJE 15032, Complimenary silicon power, TO-220AB Case. Designed for use as high−frequency drivers in audio amplifiers
Designed for full-wave triggering in Triac phase control circuits, half-wave SCR triggering application and as voltage level detectors. Used in most Peavey linear power amplifier designs through 2000 including CS/M/DECA series power amps, IPA300, and all models using 402/602/304S/204S power modules.
- Low Switching Voltage — 8 Volts Typical
- Uniform Characteristics in Each Direction
- Low On-State Voltage — 1.7 Volts Maximum
- Low Off-State Current — 0.1 mA Maximum
SJ-73180 (MJ21193), PNP output, 180V, 3A, TO-3 Case.
SDS 7204, 300V, 10 mA, Case-30.
SJ-81180, NPN driver, 180V, 1A, TO-3 Case.
LM386 Low Voltage Audio Power Amplifier The LM386 is a mono low voltage amplifier that can be used in a variety of applications. It can drive loads from 4 Ω to 32 Ω. The gain is internally set to 20 but it can be modified from 20 to 200 by placing a resistor and capacitor between pins 1 and 8. As this is an Op Amp it can be used in different configurations to fit in several applications. The internal gain setting resistor allows the LM386 to be used in a very low part count system. In addition a series resistor can be placed between pins 1 and 5 to modify the gain and frequency response for specific applications. These are found in many small audio amplifiers and even tiny pedal sized guitar amplifiers! There are tons of possibilities for this little Op Amp.