Portable DVD Player

Portable DVD Player

Description

TI supplies high-performance, cost-effective audio and power management solutions for portable DVD players. Fully integrated speaker and headphone audio power amplifiers with DC volume control and SWIFTTM power converters with integrated FETs help minimize the entire solution size.



An all new stereo Class-D audio power amplifier designed to maximize battery life is also available.

The core subsystems include:

Audio Power Amplifier
  • Integrated gain settings reduce solution size and cost further by eliminating the feedback and input resistors. Low supply current and shutdown control help maximize battery life while internal depop circuitry minimizes pops and clicks during startup and shutdown transitions.

  • Power Conversion
  • Converts the input power from the AC adaptor to run various functional blocks.

  • Video Interface
  • Provides video output with different formats: NTSC/PAL, S video, and YPrPb component video. The output stages require high-performance op-amps to amplify the video signal.

  • Audio Interface
  • Allows audio to be digitized by the audio converter and processed by the DSP to provide high-quality audio for MPEG/AC3 requirements.

  • Technical documents

    Application notes & user guides

    Application Notes (7)

    Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
    HTM 9 KB 01 Nov 2013 210
    HTM 8 KB 05 May 2008 142
    PDF 108 KB 04 Jan 2007 171
    HTM 9 KB 28 Sep 2006 48
    HTM 9 KB 03 May 2004 71
    HTM 9 KB 03 May 2004 249
    HTM 8 KB 29 Feb 2000 48

    Product bulletin & white papers

    White Papers (8)

    Title Abstract Type Size (MB) Date Views
    PDF 124 KB 28 Mar 2007 140
    PDF 470 KB 20 Mar 2007 3
    PDF 648 KB 12 Feb 2007 71
    HTM 8 KB 25 Oct 2006 26
    PDF 62 KB 17 Oct 2006 80
    PDF 93 KB 05 Sep 2006 1
    PDF 70 KB 06 Dec 2005 1
    PDF 154 KB 26 Aug 2003 2

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