Guitar Amplifier & Other Music Instrument Amplifiers

Guitar Amplifier & Other Music Instrument Amplifiers

Description

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you develop high-quality class-D amplifiers, with twice the efficiency of class-AB amps, in cost-conscientious designs.

Guitar amplifier & other music instrument amplifiers often require:

  • The ability to select different sound effects with connectivity and LCD screens
  • The capture of line and microphone input signals without distortion
  • Inductance-to-digital converters applicable to selecting preset effects on the newest guitar amps
  • Support of the playback of guitar effects such as reverb, delay and flanger

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Application notes & user guides

Application Notes (4)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 80 KB 26 Aug 2016 404
HTM 8 KB 13 Jan 2016 517
HTM 8 KB 01 Sep 2005 126
HTM 8 KB 23 Aug 1999 112

Tools & Software

Name Part # Company Software/Tool Type
66AK2Gx (K2G) Audio Daughter Card AUDK2G Texas Instruments Daughter Cards
66AK2Gx 1GHz Evaluation Module EVMK2GX Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
Class-D LC Filter Designer LCFILTER-CALC-TOOL Texas Instruments Application Software & Frameworks
Guitar SideGig Plug-In Module SIDEGIG-GUITAREVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
OMAP-L138 Development Kit (LCDK) TMDSLCDK138 Texas Instruments Development Kits
Processor SDK for 66AK2Gx Processors - Linux and TI-RTOS Support PROCESSOR-SDK-K2G Texas Instruments Software Development Kits (SDK)
Processor SDK for OMAPL138 Processors for Linux and TI-RTOS Support PROCESSOR-SDK-OMAPL138 Texas Instruments Software Development Kits (SDK)
TMS320C6000 DSP Library (DSPLIB) SPRC265 Texas Instruments Software Libraries
TMS320C6748 DSP Development Kit (LCDK) TMDSLCDK6748 Texas Instruments Development Kits

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