|Package | PIN:||DCA | 48|
|Temp:||S (-25 to 85)|
- Audio I/O Configuration:
- SingleStereo I²S Input
- Stereo Bridge Tied Load (BTL) orMono Parallel Bridge Tied Load (PBTL) Operation
- 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz SampleRates
- Headphone Amplifier / LineDriver
- General Operational Features:
- Selectable Hardware or Software Control
- Integrated Digital Output Clipper
- Programmable I²C Address(1101100[R/W] or 1101101[R/W])
- Closed-LoopAmplifier Architecture
- Adjustable Switching Frequency for Speaker Amplifier
- Robustness Features:
- Clock Error, DC, and Short-CircuitProtection
- Overtemperature and Programmable Overcurrent Protection
- Audio Performance (PVDD = 12 V, RSPK = 8 Ω, SPK_GAIN[1:0] Pins = 01)
- Idle Channel Noise = 65 µVrms(A-Wtd)
- THD+N = 0.09% (at 1 W, 1 kHz)
- SNR = 100 dBA-Wtd (Ref. to THD+N = 1%)
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Texas Instruments TAS5760LDDCAR
The TAS5760LD is astereo I2S input device which includes hardware and software (I²C) controlmodes, integrateddigital clipper, severalgain options, and a wide power supply operating range to enable use in a multitude of applications.The TAS5760LD operates with a nominal supply voltage from 4.5 to15 VDC. The device has an integrated DirectPath™headphone amplifier and line driver to increase system level integration and reduce total solutioncosts.
An optimal mix of thermal performance and device cost is provided in the120-mΩ RDS(ON) of the output MOSFETs. Additionally, athermally enhanced48-Pin TSSOP provides excellent operation in the elevated ambienttemperatures found in modern consumer electronic devices.
The entire TAS5760xx family ispin-to-pin compatible in the 48-Pin TSSOP package.Alternatively, to achieve thesmallest possible solutions size for applications where pin-to-pin compatibility and a headphone orline driver are not required, a 32-Pin TSSOP package is offered for the TAS5760M and TAS5760Ldevices. The I2C register map in all of the TAS5760xx devices areidentical, to ensure low development overhead when choosing between devices based upon system-levelrequirements.