AV receiver

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AV receiver

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create small, reliable and more efficient audio/video receiver (AVR) systems that control high-fidelity audio and video playback from multiple sources. Advances in wireless technologies and audio over-internet protocol (AoIP) add a new dimension to traditional AVRs, enabling them to become a multi-room media hub.

Design requirements

Modern AVR systems require:

  • High-efficiency power management to reduce size, weight and heat.
  • High-fidelity audio amplifiers that reduce heat and protect speakers while maintaining ultra-low total harmonic distortion (THD).
  • Wired and wireless connectivity, such as Ethernet, HDMI, Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth®.

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Application note Multi-Device Configuration for TPA32xx Amplifiers 28 Sep 2017
Technical article The sound of GaN PDF | HTML 26 Jun 2023
Application note WiLink 8.0TM WLAN IP Mesh Application Report 25 May 2016
Product overview DA710 Product Bulletin 25 Jan 2006
Product overview Aureus TMS320DA708 Product Bulletin 25 Jan 2006
White paper Streaming Audio: Follow the signal chain white paper 18 May 2016
White paper Audio Compression Algorithm Overview - White Paper 18 Jan 2006
Application note TPA324x and TPA325x Post-Filter Feedback (Rev. A) 07 Mar 2018
More literature High-Power Audio Amplifiers 03 Jan 2017
White paper Complete solutions for next-generation wireless connected audio 03 Jan 2014
Product overview Aureus Multi-Channel Audio Systems Product Bulletin 03 Jan 2006
Product overview TAS3xxx and TAS55xx Digital Audio Processors Product Bulletin 03 Apr 2006
White paper Wi-Fi® mesh networks: Discover new wireless paths 01 Jun 2016

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