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audio amplifier

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The new digital audio amplifier reduces heat and improves efficiency and sound quality.
The A7023 is a cost-effective 4W-per-channel stereo filter-free Class-D audio amplifier designed with Apexone's patent pending technologies and architecture.
Class-D audio amplifier applied in handsets accounts for more than 50% of the market share, and it mainly has the following types, TPA2010D1, TPA2012D2, TPA2005D1, YDA144, YDA1454, TPA4411, TPA6310A2, and SAPA1D2.
Audio amplifiers used in automotive systems must be designed to withstand the demanding automotive environment, including a high level of electrical noise and the need to provide comprehensive protection against potential hazards such as short circuits, load dumps, and excessive chip temperature.
About 85% of Nokia's mobile phones use independent audio amplifier IC in 2008, while about 70% of Samsung handsets also do so.
The supercapacitor powers the audio amplifier at 5 volts, compared to 3.
D2Audio's capability to integrate efficient, high-power audio amplifiers into the system without affecting normal CPU operation; and 3.
Compared to typical designs, the new IC reduces PCB board space by 50 percent for Class D audio amplifiers up to 500W, while the MOSFETs reduce power switch part count of the Class D stage by 50 percent for the entire mid-voltage range of mid- and high-power amplifiers for home theatre applications, professional amplifiers, musical instruments and car entertainment.
JamTech's Singapore presence is a central element of the company's strategic plans to become the pre-eminent innovator and supplier of digital audio amplifiers for consumer electronics.
This scalable audio amplifier can be configured to deliver a range of power levels and channel counts.
Just this week, JamTech announced the production availability of its game changing product, the JM2020 True Fidelity([R]) sub-ranging pulse width modulation (PWM) digital audio amplifier.