Infotainment & cluster – Technical documents
Where consumers have historically given preference to a car’s road performance, today, it is the performance of the electronics that has many consumers paying a premium, and this trend shows no sign of slowing down.
This reference design provides a Class D-based amplifier solution that allows it to be evaluated in the form factor of a typical Class AB amplifier. The design is optimized to mitigate thermals associated with audio amplifiers.
This TI Design shows how to use TI's automotive two-channel audio codec (TLV320AIC3104-Q1) and a Class D audio amplifier (TAS5411-Q1) for eCall applications.
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