TAS5186ADDV

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TAS5186ADDV

210-W (5.1-Channel) Digital Amplifier Power Stage

Packaging

Package | PIN: DDV | 44
Temp: C (0 to 70)
Carrier: Partial Tube
Qty Price
1-9 $13.52
10-24 $12.57
25-99 $12.13
100-249 $10.60
250-499 $10.09
500-749 $9.28
750-999 $8.33
1000+ $8.31

Features

  • Total Output Power @ 10% THD+N
    • 5×30 W @ 6
  • 105-dB SNR (A-Weighted)
  • 0.07% THD+N @ 1 W
  • Power Stage Efficiency > 90% Into Recommended Loads (SE)
  • Integrated Self-Protection Circuits
    • Undervoltage
    • Overtemperature
    • Overload
    • Short Circuit
  • Integrated Active-Bias Control to Avoid DC Pop
  • Thermally Enhanced 44-Pin HTSSOP Package
  • EMI-Compliant When Used With Recommended System Design
  • APPLICATIONS
    • DVD Receiver
    • Home Theater in a Box

PowerPAD is a trademark of Texas Instruments.

Texas Instruments  TAS5186ADDV

The TAS5186A is a high-performance, six-channel, digital-amplifier power stage with an improved protection system. The TAS5186A is capable of driving a 6-, single-ended subwoofer greater than 60 W at 10% THD+N performance.

A low-cost, high-fidelity audio system can be built using a TI chipset comprising a modulator (e.g., TAS5086) and the TAS5186A. This device does not require power-up sequencing because of the internal power-on reset.

The TAS5186A requires only simple passive demodulation filters on its outputs to deliver high-quality, high-efficiency audio amplification. The device efficiency of the TAS5186A is greater than 90% when driving 6- subwoofer speaker.

The TAS5186A has an innovative protection system integrated on-chip, safeguarding the device against a wide range of fault conditions that could damage the system. These safeguards are short-circuit protection, overload protection, undervoltage protection, and overtemperature protection. The TAS5186A has a new proprietary current-limiting circuit that reduces the possibility of device shutdown during high-level music transients. A new programmable overcurrent detector allows the use of lower-cost inductors in the demodulation output filter.