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TAS5710PHPR

20-W Stereo Closed-loop I2S Audio Amplifier with Speaker EQ and 2-Band DRC

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1-9 $6.75
10-24 $6.08
25-99 $5.68
100-249 $5.09
250-499 $4.75
500-749 $4.13
750-999 $3.58
1000+ $3.50

Features

  • Audio Input/Output
    • 20-W Into an 8-Ω Load From an 18-V Supply
    • Wide PVCC Range (10 V to 26 V)
    • Supports One Serial Audio Input (8 kHz - 48 kHz Sample Rates) (LJ/RJ/I2S)
    • Power-Stage Feedback Allows Operation From Poorly Regulated Power Supplies
  • Audio/PWM Processing
    • Factory-Trimmed Internal Oscillator for Automatic Rate Detection
    • High-End 32-Bit Data Path Audio Processor
    • 18 Biquads for Speaker EQ
    • Dynamic Range Control (DRC)
    • Support for Pseudo Bass and 3D Effects
  • Benefits
    • EQ: Speaker Equalization for Better Sound
    • 2-Band DRC: Improved Bass Performance, Enables Speaker Protection and Night mode Listening
    • Autobank Switching: Preloaded Coefficients for Three Different Sample Rates Eliminates the Need to Update Coefficients When Sample Rate Changes
    • Autodetect: Automatically Detects Sample-Rate Changes Eliminating the Need for External Microprocessor Intervention
    • Closed-Loop Power Stage: Enables Wide PVCC Operating Range and Reduced Power Supply Ripple Distortion

Texas Instruments  TAS5710PHPR

The TAS5710 is a 20-W, efficient, digital audio power amplifier for driving stereo bridge-tied speakers. A 32-bit datapath eliminates the need for pre-scaling before processing and preserves signal integrity without sacrificing dynamic range. A digital audio processor with fully programmable digital filters allows designers to custom tune speakers for optimum sound in small enclosures. A programmable DRC can adjust power levels for a scaleable design while also enabling night-mode listening modes.

The closed-loop architecture allows the device to operate from poorly regulated supplies. Figure 1 below shows the benefit of the feedback architecture when a noisy supply (1kHz, 500mVpp ripple) modulates a 10kHz audio input. The figure shows a 40dB improvement in sideband suppression when compared to an open-loop design. This correlates directly to a 24dB improvement in distortion as seen in Figure 2.