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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create an innovative organic light-emitting diode (OLED) television (TV) design for 4-K and 8-K OLED TV. Browse the interactive diagram below to design an OLED TV with maximum energy-saving efficiency and ultralow standby power, excellent audio quality and next-generation connectivity.

Design requirements

Modern OLED TVs often require:

  • Low-standby and high efficiency power management while reducing passive component count.
  • Premium audio quality using built-in DSP for loud sound from smaller speakers.
  • Next-generation smart control and interface.

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