Professional audio mixer/control surface

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Professional audio mixer/control surface

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs will help you optimize professional audio mixer/control surface designs through exceptional signal conditioning, input/output flexibility, and cost efficiency.

Design requirements:

Professional audio mixer/control surface designs often require:

  • Precision audio line receivers with high common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR).
  • Removal of audible "clicks" and "pops" for both current and voltage output DACs.
  • Protective features such as undervoltage lockout, overcurrent protection and brake mode.
  • Reliable sample rate converters for optimal audio processing and input/output flexibility.

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Type Title Date
White paper Designing professional audio mixers for every scenario 30 Jul 2018
Application note EMI-Hardened Op Amps Reduce Inaccuracies 28 Sep 2017
Technical articles Inductive sensing: setting the sensor current-drive without a fancy impedance analyzer 24 Mar 2016
Technical articles Frequency references: Crystal oscillator operation and specs 20 Nov 2013
Technical articles Inductive sensing: How far can I sense? 17 Jun 2015
Application note TI DSP Benchmarking 13 Jan 2016
Analog Design Journal Stabilizing difference amplifiers for headphone applications 12 May 2015
Application note Processor SDK RTOS Audio Benchmark Starter Kit 12 Apr 2017
Technical articles How to get started with current sense amplifiers – part 3 09 Jul 2015
Application note On-Chip Thin Film Resistors Enable High-Performance Audio Circuitry 08 Aug 2018
Application note EMI Rejection Ratio of Op Amps (With OPA333 and OPA333-Q1 as an Example) (Rev. A) 01 Jul 2015

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