PCM2906CDBR

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PCM2906CDBR

Stereo USB CODEC with line out and S/PDIF, Bus-powered

Packaging

Package | PIN: DB | 28
Temp: S (-25 to 85)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $10.23
10-24 $9.20
25-99 $8.59
100-249 $7.71
250-499 $7.19
500-749 $6.26
750-999 $5.42
1000+ $5.31

Features

  • On-Chip USB Interface:
    • With Full-Speed Transceivers
    • Fully Compliant with USB 2.0 Specification
    • Certified by USB-IF
    • USB Adaptive Mode for Playback
    • USB Asynchronous Mode for Record
    • Bus Powered
  • 16-Bit Delta-Sigma ADC and DAC
  • Sampling Rate:
    • DAC: 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
    • ADC: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.05, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
  • On-Chip Clock Generator with Single 12-MHz Clock Source
  • S/PDIF Input/Output
  • Single Power Supply:
    • 5 V Typical (VBUS)
  • Stereo ADC:
    • Analog Performance at VBUS = 5 V:
      • THD+N = 0.01%
      • SNR = 89 dB
      • Dynamic Range = 89 dB
    • Decimation Digital Filter:
      • Passband Ripple = ±0.05 dB
      • Stop-Band Attenuation = –65 dB
    • Single-Ended Voltage Input
    • Antialiasing Filter Included
    • Digital HPF Included
  • Stereo DAC:
    • Analog Performance at VBUS = 5 V:
      • THD+N = 0.005%
      • SNR = 96 dB
      • Dynamic Range = 93 dB
    • Oversampling Digital Filter:
      • Passband Ripple = ±0.1 dB
      • Stop-Band Attenuation = –43 dB
    • Single-Ended Voltage Output
    • Analog LPF Included
  • Multifunctions:
    • Human Interface Device (HID) Function:
      • Volume and Mute Controls
    • Suspend Flag Function
  • 28-Pin SSOP Package

Texas Instruments  PCM2906CDBR

The PCM2906C is Texas Instruments’ single-chip, USB, stereo audio codec with a USB-compliant full-speed protocol controller and S/PDIF. The USB protocol controller requires no software code. The PCM2906C employs SpAct™ architecture, TI’s unique system that recovers the audio clock from USB packet data. On-chip analog PLLs with SpAct enable playback and record with low clock jitter, as well as independent playback and record sampling rates.