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com/audio
Class-AB, Class-D and Class-G Amplifers,
Audio Converters, Digital Signal Processing,
Interface, Switches and USB Audio
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Table of Contents
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Audio Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Audio Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers 4
Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers 6
PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages 7
Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers 8
Headphone Amplifiers 9
Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems 10
Microphone Preamplifiers 11
Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers 12
Volume Controls 13
Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Portable Audio Codecs 14
Portable Audio Converters 15
Portable Audio Converters with Touch-Screen Controller 16
Performance Audio Converters 17
Interface and Sample Rate Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters 18
USB Audio 19
Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface 19
Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Digital Audio Processors and SoCs 20
PWM Processors 21
Floating-Point DSPs and Applications Processors 22
TMS320C2000™ Microcontrollers 23
Analog Switches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Analog Multiplexers and Switches 24
Selection Guides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers 25
Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers (PurePath™) 26
PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages (PurePath) 26
Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers 27
Class-G Amplifiers, Class-AB Headphone Amplifiers 27
Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub Systems 28
Microphone Preamplifiers 28
Line Drivers/Receivers 28
Line Driver and Headphone Amplifier 28
Signal Conditioning Amplifers 29
Volume Controls 29
Audio Converters 29
Audio Codecs and Controllers 31
Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller 32
S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters 32
Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface 33
Digital Audio Processors 34
Digital Audio SoCs 34
PWM Processors 34
Floating-Point DSPs 35
OMAP-L13x Processors 36
DaVinci™ Technology Digital Media Processors 36
TMS320C2000 Microcontrollers 38
Audio Clocks 39
Analog Multiplexers and Switches 40
Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Packaging 41
Audio Tools 42
Audio
Overview
Audio
Amplifiers
Audio
Converters
Interface and
Sample Rate
Converters
USB
Audio
Processors
Analog
Switches
Selection Guides
and Resources
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Audio Guide
Audio Overview
Today’s consumers demand the best
in audio They want crystal-clear sound
wherever they are – in whatever format
they want to use
Texas Instruments (TI) delivers the
technology to enhance a listener’s
audio experience Our portfolio
features all-digital components as
well as our digital and analog audio
solutions Offering high performance
and unparalleled integration, TI’s
programmable components provide
design flexibility to produce broad
functionality and true life-like sound
at a competitive cost
This Audio Guide makes it easy to
review TI portfolio options In the
guide, each audio signal-chain function
is highlighted with corresponding
device solutions for your needs
These solutions redefine a consumer’s
listening experience while offering
increased application flexibility, higher
performance and design longevity
The block diagram below highlights
these key signal-chain functions
TI provides complete solutions for
your audio designs including: silicon,
software, applications knowledge and
local technical support to help you
get to market faster The Resources
Section at the back of this guide
highlights many online tools available
featuring the latest technology and
tools for audio design engineers
With this guide and online resources
at ticom/audio, new and experienced
audio engineers can discover an audio
advantage by working with TI on their
next winning design
Audio systems require a wide array of analog and digital support components.
DAC
DSP
or
Digital
Audio
Processor
PWM
Processor
Sample Rate
Converter
Sample Rate
Converter
Clock Driver Power Management
Digital
Interface
Transceiver
DIR DIT
USB
Interface
Power
Stage
Touch-Screen
Controller
Codec
OR
Integrated
TSC/Codec
Integrated
SRC/DIX
DIX
Speaker
Amplifier
Mic
Pre-Amp
Amplifier
PGA
Line
Driver
ADC
Line
Receiver
Op
Amp
Processor + Power Stage
Legend
TI Product
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TPA3004D2
TPA3100D2
TPA3101D2
25
40
45
125
150
300
TPA3123D2
TPA3112D1
TPA3122D2
10 8.5 8.0 4.5 14 15 18 22 26 30 45 50
TAS5414A/TAS5424A
TPA3113D2
TPA3106D1
TPA3121D2/TPA3124D2
TAS5613 N N
N N
TAS5611
3 TPA3003D2
N N
TAS5412/TAS5422
24
100
TPA3125D2
TPA3110D2
Legend
Quad
DC Volume
Stereo
Mono
TPA3111D1 N N
N N
TAS5630 N N
TAS5615 N N 160
Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
Design Considerations for High-Power, Analog-Input, Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
Output Power per Channel
• Maximum power is decided
primarily by power supply (output
voltage and current) and speaker
impedance
• Efficiency of Class-D amplifiers is
typically between 80% and 90%,
which reduces demands on the
power supply design
• The maximum input signal level
dictates the required power amplifier
gain to achieve the desired
output power
• For best noise performance, the
gain should be as low as possible
Output Filter Design
• Most of TI’s Class-D amplifiers
operate without a filter when
speaker wires are less than 10 cm
• When speaker wires are long, place
a second-order low-pass (LC) filter
as close as possible to the
amplifier’s output pins
• The filter must be designed
specifically for the speaker
impedance because the load
resistance affects the filter’s quality
factor, or Q
• A ferrite bead may also eliminate
very high-frequency interference
PCB Layout
• Place decoupling capacitors and
output filters as close as possible to
the amplifier IC
• When using a ferrite bead filter place
the LC filter closest to the IC
• Always connect the PowerPAD™
connection to the power ground
• When the PowerPAD package serves
as a central “star” ground for amplifier
systems, use only a single point of
connection for the analog ground to
the power ground
High-Power, Analog-Input, Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
For a complete list of High-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifers, see page 25.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
• TAS5613
o PurePath™ HD integrated
closed-loop feedback tech-
nology improves THD+N
and effciency
• TAS5611
o PurePath HD integrated
closed-loop feedback tech-
nology improves THD+N
and effciency
• TPA3111D1

o 10-W flter-free mono ampli-
fer with SpeakerGuard™
• TPA3113D2
o 6-W flter-free stereo ampli-
fer with SpeakerGuard
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2.75
2.5
2.7
1.7
2.1
1.45
1.4
TPA2006D1 (Mono)
1.5
TPA2014D1 (Mono)
TPA2016D2 (Stereo)
TPA2015D1
TPA2005D1 (Mono)
TPA2012D2 (Stereo)
TPA2031D1 (Mono)
TPA2010D1 (Mono)
TPA2035D1 (Mono)
TPA2013D1 (Mono)
1.8 1.5 2.5 3.6 4.5 5.5 8.0
TPA2036D1 (Mono)
TPA2017D2 (Stereo)
TPA2018D1 (Mono)
TPA2100P1 (Mono)
Legend
Boosted Class-D
SmartGain
TM
 
AGC/DRC
Piezo
Traditional
TPA2011D1/37D1/39D1
TPA2032/3/4D1 (Mono)
Product
Highlights
N N
3.0
3.2
2.8
Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
Design Considerations for Low-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
Output Power per Channel
• Maximum power is decided
primarily by power supply and
speaker impedance
• Efficiency of Class-D amplifiers
is typically between 80 and 90%,
which reduces demands on the
power supply design
• The maximum input signal level
dictates the required gain to
achieve the desired output power
• For best noise performance, the
gain should be as low as possible
• For louder volume from the speakers,
use a TI Class-D amplifier with an
integrated boost converter or
SmartGain
TM
AGC/DRC function
• An integrated boost converter
provides louder volume at low
battery levels
• Dynamic Range Compression (DRC)
increases the average volume,
optimizes the audio to fit the
dynamic range of the speaker and
protects the speaker from high
power damage
Output Filter Design
• Most of TI’s Class-D amplifiers operate
without a filter when speaker wires are
less than 10 cm
• A ferrite bead filter can also reduce
very high-frequency interference
• For very stringent EMC requirements,
place a 2nd-order low-pass LC filter
as close as possible to the amplifier’s
output pins
PCB Layout
• Place decoupling capacitors and
output filters as close as possible
to the amplifier IC
• When using a PowerPAD™, connect
to the appropriate signal as per
TI datasheet
Low-Power, Analog-Input, Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
For a complete list of Low-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifers, see page 25.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
• TPA2011D1/37D1/39D1
o Mono Class-D amplifers
o Auto short-circuit recovery
o Variable gain (’2011D1)
o 2-V/V fxed gain (’2037D1)
o 4-V/V fxed gain (’2039D1)
o WCSP package (04-mm
pitch)
o Integrated DAC noise flter
• TPA2015D1
o Mono Class-D amplifer
o Built-in boost converter
o Battery-monitoring AGC
o WCSP package (05-mm
pitch)
o Integrated DAC noise flter
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Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
Design Considerations for Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
Output Power per Channel
• After determining the number of
speakers in a system, specify the
output power for each channel
• Maximum power is decided
primarily by power supply
(output voltage and current) and
speaker impedance
• Efficiency of Class-D amplifiers is
typically between 80% and 90%,
which reduces demands on
power-supply designs when
compared to Class-AB amplifier
requirements
• The maximum input signal level
dictates the required power amplifier
gain to achieve the desired
output power
• For best noise performance, the
gain should be as low as possible
Output Filter Design
• Most of TI’s Class-D amplifiers
operate without a filter when
speaker wires are less than 10 cm
• EMI from high-frequency switching
is a major design challenge
• When speaker wires are long, place
a second-order low-pass (LC) filter
as close as possible to the
amplifier’s output pins
• The filter must be designed
specifically for the speaker
impedance because the load
resistance affects the filter’s quality
factor, or Q
• A ferrite bead may also eliminate
very high-frequency interference
PCB Layout
• Class-D amplifier outputs switch at
relatively high frequencies, similar
to switch-mode power supplies,
and require additional attention to
external component placement and
trace routing
• Place decoupling capacitors and
output filters as close as possible to
the amplifier IC
• When using a ferrite bead filter,
place the LC filter closest to the IC
• Always connect the PowerPAD™
connection to the power ground
• When the PowerPAD package serves
as a central “star” ground for
amplifier systems, use only a single
point of connection for the digital and
analog grounds to the power ground
• See the application brief
“PowerPAD Layout Guidelines” for
IC package layout and other design
considerations at:
http://www.ti.com/lit/sloa120
PurePath™ Digital-Input I
2
S Class-D 20-W Speaker Amplifiers
For a complete list of Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifers, see page 26.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
• Speaker EQ, 3D, bass boost
• 2-band DRC
• 2.1 support (SE)
TAS5711
N N
• 25 W, stereo
• Speaker EQ
TAS5713
• Speaker EQ
• 2.1 with external amp
TAS5706A
• Speaker EQ
• 3D, bass boost
• 2.1 support (SE)
TAS5716
• Speaker EQ
• 3D, bass boost
• 2-band DRC
TAS5710
• Speaker EQ
TAS5708
• Speaker EQ
• 2.1 support (SE)
Closed-Loop I
2
S Amps
Open-Loop I
2
S Amps
• Speaker EQ
• 2.1 with external amp
TAS5705
• Speaker EQ
TAS5707
• Speaker EQ
• 3D, bass boost
• 2-band DRC
TAS5709
H/W Control I
2
S Amps
• 2.1 with external amp
TAS5701
• Closed loop
• 2.1 support (SE)
TAS5704 TAS5706B
N N
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Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
Design Considerations for PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages
Output Power per Channel
• After determining the number of
speakers in a system, specify the
output power for each channel
• Maximum power is decided
primarily by power supply
(output voltage and current)
and speaker impedance
• Efficiency of Class-D amplifiers is
typically between 80% and 90%,
which reduces demands on
power-supply designs when
compared to Class-AB amplifier
requirements
Output Filter Design
• Most of TI’s Class-D amplifiers
operate without a filter when
speaker wires are less than 10 cm
• EMI from high-frequency switching
is a major design challenge
• When speaker wires are long, place
a second-order low-pass (LC) filter
as close as possible to the
amplifier’s output pins
• The filter must be designed
specifically for the speaker
impedance because the load
resistance affects the filter’s quality
factor, or Q
• A ferrite bead may also eliminate
very high-frequency interference
PCB Layout
• Class-D amplifier outputs switch at
relatively high frequencies, similar to
switch-mode power supplies, and
require additional attention to
external component placement
and trace routing
• Place decoupling capacitors and
output filters as close as possible to
the amplifier IC
• When using a ferrite bead filter in
conjunction with an LC filter, place
the LC filter closest to the IC
• See grounding layout guidelines
in the application report “System
Design Considerations for True
Digital Audio Power Amplifiers”
(TAS51xx) at:
http://www.ti.com/lit/slaa117a
• See the application brief
“PowerPAD™ Layout Guidelines”
for package layout and other design
considerations at:
http://www.ti.com/lit/sloa120
Heat
• PWM-input Class-D amplifiers
operate at high efficiencies
• PWM-input Class-D amplifiers
require significantly less heat-sinking
than equivalent Class-AB amplifiers
PurePath™ PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages
For a complete list of PWM-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifers, see page 26.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
*Multi-channel and mono devices feature total power.
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TAS5342(A)/
TAS5342L(A)
TAS5352(A)
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110
105
100
30 20 15 100 150 200 250 300
TAS5162 TAS5261
(30 W)
(210 W total)*
(100 W)
(125 W) (210 W) (315 W)
TAS5186A
TAS5176
Legend
Closed-Loop Feedback
Open-Loop Feedback
Pin-for-Pin
Compatible (DDV)
TAS5102 TAS5103
TAS5602
(20 W)
TAS5616
(160 W)
TAS5631
(300 W)
Product
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(15 W)
(15 W) (20 W)
N N
TAS5614
(150 W)
N N
TAS5612
(125 W)
N N
TAS5630
(300 W)
N N
N N
• TAS5614
o 150-W/125-W stereo
PWM-input power stage
o PurePath™ HD integrat-
ed closed-loop feedback
technology enables
ultra-low THD+N across
frequencies for natural
sound
• TAS5612
o 150-W/125-W stereo
PWM-input power stage
o PurePath HD integrated
closed-loop feedback
technology enables
ultra-low THD+N across
frequencies for natural
sound
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Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB)
Design Considerations for Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers
Output Power per Channel
• After determining the number of
speakers in a system, specify the
output power for each channel
• Maximum power is decided
primarily by:

o Power supply (output voltage
and current)

o The amplifier’s maximum
output voltage

o Speaker impedance
• Maximum efficiency is –40% with
Class-AB amplifiers
• The power supply must provide
continuous current to support the
desired maximum power
• The maximum input signal level
dictates the required power amplifier
gain to achieve the desired
output power
• For best noise performance, the
gain should be as low as possible
Heat
• Class-AB amplifiers run hotter than
equivalent Class-D amplifiers
• Driving 2 W per channel in stereo
systems generates 6 W of heat with
an efficiency of –40%
• TI’s Class-AB speaker amplifiers
feature the PowerPAD™ package,
using a PCB as a heatsink
• See the application brief
“PowerPAD™ Layout Guidelines”
for package layout and other design
considerations at:
http://www.ti.com/lit/sloa120
Features
• Class-AB amplifiers offer several
different ways to control the gain
or volume:

o External resistors (similar to
traditional op-amp circuits)

o Integrated gain-setting resistors

o DC volume control

o I
2
C volume control
• Most of TI’s portfolio provides the
three latter control options
• When a headphone drive is part of
the design, most Class-AB
amplifiers can change outputs
from bridge-tied load (BTL) to
single-ended (SE) configurations,
eliminating the need for an
additional amplifier
Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers
For a complete list of Class-AB Speaker Amplifers, see page 27.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
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TPA0253
1.25
1.7
2.8
3
3.1
6
2
TPA6203A1, TPA6205A1
TPA6204A1
TPA6020A2
TPA6211A1
TPA02x3, TPA0211
TPA02x2
TPA0172
TPA6017A2
TPA6010A4
TPA6030A4
TPA1517
TPA6011A4
TPA6021A4
Legend
Stereo
Mono
TPA6012A4
N N
TPA6013A4
N N
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1.5 W
TPA610xA2 (Stereo)
TPA4411 (Stereo)
TPA611xA2 (Stereo)
TPA152
(Stereo)
TPA6120A2 (Stereo)
TPA6130A2 (Stereo)
150 mW
138 mW
80 mW
75 mW
50 mW
Traditional
C
O
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O
Capless
V
BIAS
DirectPath™ Class-G + DirectPath Split-Supply
+15V
–15V
Legend
Traditional
DirectPath™
Capless
Split-Supply
Class-G + DirectPath
TPA6135/36A2 (Stereo)
25 mW
N N
TPA6132A2 (Stereo)
TPA6140A2/41A2 (Stereo)
Product
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Design Considerations for Headphone Amplifiers
Issues to Consider When Using
Single-Ended Power Supplies
• Most amplifiers work with single
+33-V or +5-V supplies
• These power supplies require a
DC-biased amplifier output to
ensure undistorted output
• Placing DC-blocking capacitors
between the speaker and the
amplifier causes a high-pass filter
and equates to poor bass response
• TI counters this high-pass filter
issue with capless and DirectPath™
technologies

o Capless creates a virtual ground
(V
DD
/2) for the headphone
connector Both amplifier outputs
then have a V
DD
/2 bias,
ensuring that no DC passes
through a speaker

o DirectPath-enabled devices include
an internal charge pump which
creates a negative power rail inside
the device With this design, an
amplifier can be powered by a
bipolar supply and have an output
biased to ground
Headphone Impedance and Power
• Headphone impedances can vary
greatly, from 16 W to 600 W
• When choosing an amplifier, always
ensure that it can handle the power
at the specified voltage range and
headphone impedance
Headphone Architecture
Headphone Amplifiers
For a complete list of Headphone Amplifers, see page 27.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
• TPA6140A2/41A2

o High-effciency, Class-G

o I
2
C volume control (’6140)

o Hi-Z mode

o 04-mm WCSP
• TPA6135A2/36A2

o Fixed-gain

o DirectPath™

o Hi-Z mode

o QFN (’6135)
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Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB and Class-D)
Design Considerations for Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems
Radio Emission Interference in
Notebook PCs
• RF emissions from mobile data
add-in cards, 80211 and
Bluetooth
®
radios can create noise
problems for amplifiers
• It can be particularly problematic
if the amplifiers, codecs or speakers
are separated from each other
by industrial or board design
requirements
• For additional design flexibility, use
devices with differential inputs,
which provide significantly better
noise immunity
Headphone Outputs Serving as
Line Outs
• Traditional Class-AB design allowed
headphone outputs to be used as
line outs
• The size and expense of DC-blocking
capacitors has led to capless
methods to implement output
• V
Bias
on ground sleeve removes
the caps, but can inject a hum
or damage the amplifier if ground
loopback occurs with an external
device
• DirectPath™ solutions eliminate
ground loopback and improve
bass response
Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems
For a complete list of Low-Power Audio Amplifer Sub-Systems, see page 28.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
TPA6040A4 TPA6041A4 TPA6045A4C TPA6047A4
Speaker
Enable
Mute: High
Enable: Low
Mute: High
Enable: Low
Mute: Low
Enable: High
Mute: Low
Enable: High
Gain (dB) 6, 10, 15.6, 21.6 10, 12, 15.6, 21.6 10, 12, 15.6, 21.6 10, 12, 15.6, 21.6
LDO Voltage 4.75 V 3.3 V 3.3 V 4.75 V
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Class-D
2.5 4.5 5.5
TPA6040A4
TPA6047A4
TPA2051D3
TPA2050D4
• +30-dB max gain
• Three inputs
All TPA604x Sub-Systems
• Stereo Class-AB speaker
• DirectPath headphones
• Integrated LDO
2.4
2.9
2.6
TPA6041A4
TPA6045A4C
TPA2054D4
• I
2
C volume control
• Stereo DirectPath headphones
• +12-dB max gain
• Two inputs
• I
2
C volume control
• Stereo DirectPath™ headphones
• SpeakerGuard™
• Mono
• Bypass switches
• I
2
C volume control
• Stereo DirectPath headphones
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Audio Amplifiers
Design Considerations for Microphone Preamplifiers
Control Methods: Analog vs. Digital
• Analog control microphone
preamplifiers typically use a
variable resistor on a product’s
front panel that can be changed
during performance
• Digitally-controlled microphones are
remotely controllable and have easily
recallable settings, offering significant
advantages when compared to their
analog control counterparts
• In the live sound and recording
industry, digitally controlled
microphones allow signals to be
preamplified and converted closer to
the source rather than sending tiny
µV signals across meters of cable
Equivalent Input Noise (EIN)
Considerations
• EIN is a key specification in
defining a microphone preamplifier
• At a given gain, microphone
preamplifiers exhibit a certain
amount of input noise that is
amplified together with the
audio source
• Ideally, microphone preamplifiers
will have low EIN values to ensure
that only the audio source is
amplified instead of the noise
Outputs: Differential vs. Single-
Ended
• Inside a product, a single-ended
output is sufficient to process
signals needing further processing
• Many high-performance ADCs
require differential inputs If the
amplified differential microphone
signal is taken directly to an ADC,
a differential output will give an
additional 6 dB of dynamic range
• Differential outputs from a
microphone preamplifier will help
ensure that the differential input on
the receiver will reject any
common-mode interference induced
on the cable by cancelling out the
common noise on both connections
Microphone Preamplifiers
For a complete list of Microphone Preamplifers, see page 28.
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• Gain setting with
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• Wide supply range
+9 V to ±25 V
INA217
• Low noise 1 nV/ Hz
• Gain setting with
external resistor
• Wide supply range
±9 V to ±25 V
• Surface-mount
package SO-14
INA163
Integration
PGA2500
• 0 dB, 10 dB to 65 dB of
programmable gain in
1-dB steps
• –128-dBu E
IN
at gain
= 30 dB
• Four general-purpose
digital outputs
Legend
Digital Control
Analog Control
PGA2505
• 0 dB, 10 dB to 60 dB of
programmable gain in
3-dB steps
• –122-dBu E
IN
at gain
= 30 dB
• Three general-purpose
outputs
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Audio Amplifiers


Design Considerations for Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning
Amplifiers
Driving 2 V
RMS
for Audio/Visual
Applications
• Almost all audio coming into a
television has a ground-centered
2-V
RMS
output
• Most audio DACs have a sub-4 V
PP

with a DC bias –25 V
• The traditional solution for
generating a ground-centered 2-V
RMS

output is to run an output op amp
stage from a higher voltage bipolar
power supply (±12 V)
• This solution adds complexity,
especially if the rest of the devices
are using only 33 V or 5 V
• TI’s DRV60x family integrates the
amplifier and charge pump to create
positive and negative rails for clean,
ground-centered 2-V
RMS
output
Balanced-Line I/O for Professional
Audio Applications
• Balanced-line I/O is used in
professional audio environments—
live, recording and broadcast—to
keep signals clean and
interference free
• By having equal impedance to
ground on both conductors,
balanced-line I/O offers
two advantages:

o The noise induced is near equal
and should be cancelled by
a balanced-line receiver as
common-mode noise

o Having inverted signals on both
conductors also adds another
6 dB to the dynamic range for
the same supply voltage
Overall Op Amps
• When selecting an op amp,
investigate its input stage
• FET-based op amps usually have
a very high input impedance
• FET-input devices are ideal when
the output impedance of the source
isn’t easily known, such as with a
musical instrument
• BJT (bipolar)-based op amps
exhibit lower input impedance
and offer lower input noise
• Bipolar op amps are ideal input
devices for low-impedance
output sources requiring low
noise amplification
Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers
For a complete list of Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifers, see pages 28 and 29.
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• SE-to-differential
line driver
• Can drive up
to 600 Ω
DRV134/5
• Differential-to-
single-ended
instrumentation
amps
INA134/7
• Differential-to-
single-ended
instrumentation
amps
• Dual package
INA2134/7 OPA1611/2
OPA1632
OPA164x
OPAx827
OPA627
OPAx604
OPAx134
MC33078
NE5532/4
RC4580
RC4560
Legend
Bipolar Amplifier
2 V
RMS
Driver
Line Driver/Receiver
FET Amplifier
DRV600
DRV603
DRV601
DRV602
Product
Highlights
DRV604
N N
N N N N
• 2 V
RMS
/3 V
RMS

• SE inputs
• 2 V
RMS
/3 V
RMS

• Differential inputs
• 2 V
RMS
/3 V
RMS

• Power sense UVP
• 2-V
RMS
line driver
• 40-mW head-
phone amplifier
• OPA1611/12
o Ultra-low noise:
11 nV/√

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o Ultra-low distortion:
0000015% at 1 kHz
o Supply range:
±225 V to ±18 V
from 36 mA/channel
o Rail-to-rail output
swing to within
600 mV with 2-Ω load
• DRV604
o Integrated 40-mW
headphone amp and
2-V
RMS
line driver
o DirectPath™ elimi-
nates the need for
DC blocking caps
o Ultra-low noise foor:
7 µV
o Ultra-low DC offset:
<1 mV
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Audio Amplifiers
Design Considerations for Volume Controls
Supply Voltage: Signal Swing
• DAC outputs typically have a swing
of around 3 V
PP

• Broadcast signal swings can easily
be 25 V
PP
or higher
• Knowledge of the signal amplitude
that will be attenuated is critical
when choosing digitally controlled
analog volume controls
• For controlling DAC output, ±5-V
devices are more than adequate to
provide 10-V
PP
headroom for a
signal that, at maximum, will be
below 5 V
PP

Maintenance of Dynamic Range
• Multiplying the DAC’s digital value
by < 1 is an acceptable way to
control volume for many
applications, using fewer bits to
represent the signal while the noise
level remains the same
• Combining fewer bits to represent
a signal with a fixed-noise level will
increasingly reduce the dynamic
range as the volume changes
• By changing the volume in the
analog domain while under
digital control, the DAC’s
inherent noise will be attenuated
along with the audio
Volume Controls
For a complete list of Volume Controls, see page 29.
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• 120-dB dynamic
range
• THD+N at
1 kHz = 0.0002%
• 31.5-dB to –95.5-dB
attenuation
• ±5-V supplies
PGA2311
• 4-channel version
of PGA2311
• 120-dB dynamic
range
• THD+N at
1 kHz = 0.0002%
• 31.5-dB to –95.5-dB
attenuation
• ±5-V supplies
PGA4311
• 120-dB dynamic
range
• THD+N at
1 kHz = 0.0004%
• 31.5-dB to –95.5-dB
attenuation
• ±15-V supplies
PGA2310
PGA2320
• Improved THD+N
over PGA2310
• THD+N at
1 kHz = 0.0003%
• Same pinout as
PGA2310
• ±15-V supplies
Legend
Line Input/Output
(Attenuation up to 27 V
PP
)
DAC Output Attenuation
(DAC output level ~2 V
RMS
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TLV320AIC26
TLV320AIC29
TLV320AIC3101
TLV320AIC31
TLV320AIC32
TLV320AIC33
TLV320AIC3104
TLV320AIC3105
TLV320AIC3106
TLV320AIC34
TLV320AIC3204
TLV320AIC3254
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC
Four-Channel Stereo
PCM3794A
Stereo
PCM3793A
TLV320AIC3107
Stereo
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC
TLV320AIC3100
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC
TLV320AIC3110
TLV320AIC36
Stereo
TLV320AIC3111
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC
Legend
Embedded
miniDSP
Integrated
Class-D
Amplifier
Product
Highlights
Mono
TLV320AIC3120
N N
N N
Audio Converters
Design Considerations for Portable Audio Codecs
Reducing Noise on Microphone
Inputs
• Microphone signals are susceptible
to noise injection because of the
low peak-to-peak range of 10 mV
• Placing the codec or ADC close to
the microphone often conflicts with
user preference, industrial design or
mechanical design requirements
• Look for devices that can work with
digital microphones or have differ-
ential inputs, both of which provide
significantly better noise immunity
Processing Allocation and Software
Reusability
• Host processors in handheld
consumer electronics are being
given more tasks, pushing
processor MIPS allocations and
design schedules
• One solution is to offload a number
of audio functions to a DAC
or codec

o Audio functions include 3-D
effects, equalization, notch filters
or noise cancellation

o Look for devices with broad, easy
software reusability and the ability
to allocate the processing to
either input or output functions
Simultaneously Handling Multiple
Audio Sources
• Designers of handheld consumer
electronics don’t have the option of
focusing on a single sample rate or
audio signal source With multiple
functions come different radios
and sampling rates Look for
codecs with:

o Multiple independent analog and
digital interfaces

o The ability to independently
sample and process these
two signals
Embedded miniDSP
• The miniDSP allows customers to
run advanced audio algorithms on
the audio codec Running algo-
rithms on the codec:

o Optimizes system partitioning

o Offloads the host processor

o Simplifies regression testing
Portable Audio Codecs
For a complete list of Portable Audio Converters, see pages 29 and 30.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
• TLV320AIC36
o Stereo codec with
DirectPath

headphone
driver
o miniDSP for advanced
audio processing and
custom algorithms
• TLV320AIC3111
o Codec with stereo
Class-D speaker amplifer
o miniDSP for advanced
audio processing and
custom algorithms
• TLV320AIC3120
o Mono codec with mono
Class-D speaker amplifer
o Advanced fltering
capabilities
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PCM1807/8
TLV320ADC3001
TLV320ADC3101
PCM1870A
PCM177x
TLV320DAC32
TLV320DAC26
Stereo DAC
Stereo DAC
Stereo ADC
Stereo DAC
Stereo ADC
Stereo ADC
Legend
DAC
ADC
Product
Highlights
Integrated
Class-D
Amplifier
Mono DAC
TLV320DAC3120
N N
Audio Converters
Design Considerations for Portable Audio Converters
Portable Audio Converters
For a complete list of Portable Audio Converters, see page 29.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
Reducing Noise on Microphone
Inputs
• Microphone signals are susceptible
to noise injection because of the
low peak-to-peak range of 10 mV
• Placing the codec or ADC close to
the microphone often conflicts with
user preference, industrial design or
mechanical design requirements
• Look for devices that can work with
digital microphones or have differ-
ential inputs, both of which provide
significantly better
noise immunity
Processing Allocation and Software
Reusability
• Host processors in handheld
consumer electronics are being
given more tasks, pushing
processor MIPS allocations and
design schedules
• One solution is to offload a number
of audio functions to a DAC
or codec

o Audio functions include 3-D
effects, equalization, notch filters
or noise cancellation

o Look for devices with broad, easy
software reusability and the ability
to allocate the processing to
either input or output functions
Simultaneously Handling Multiple
Audio Sources
• Designers of handheld consumer
electronics don’t have the option of
focusing on a single sample rate or
audio signal source With multiple
functions come different radios
and sampling rates Look for
codecs with:

o Multiple independent analog and
digital interfaces

o The ability to independently
sample and process these two
signals
• TLV320DAC3120
o Mono DAC with mono
Class-D amplifer
o Advanced fltering
capabilities
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Audio Converters
Design Considerations for Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controllers
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Using Touch-Screen Controllers
(TSCs) to Offload Host Processing
• TSCs detect contact and then
require the host to handle as many
as 40 to 50 register read/write cycles
• These requirements create
additional interrupts and processing
cycles, which reduces processing
efficiency
• To reduce this load on the host, look
for “smart” TSCs with the ability to
generate coordinates with minimal
interaction from the host
Other Methods for Using TSCs to
Offload Host Processing
• Host processors in handheld
consumer electronics are being given
more tasks, pushing processor MIPS
allocations and design schedules
• One solution is to offload a number
of audio functions to the DAC or
codec functions of a TSC

o Audio functions include 3-D
effects, equalization, notch filters
or noise cancellation

o Look for devices with integrated
audio, software reusability and the
ability to allocate the processing
to either input or output functions
Supporting Varying Mechanical
System Designs
• The preferred solution with a single
integrated TSC + audio device or
a discrete TSC and audio codec
may depend on whether a handheld
device is built on:

o A single-board platform, such as a
candy bar

o A PDA form factor

o An in-dual board platform like a
flip phone
• TI offers a wide selection of stand-
alone TSCs and audio codecs as well
as integrated TSC + audio devices
for all types of system designs
Portable Audio Converters with Touch-Screen Controller
For a complete list of Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller, see page 32.
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• 97-dB stereo playback
• Low-power, 11-mW playback
• Programmable audio effects
TSC2102
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Touch-Screen
Controllers with:
DAC
Codec
• 98-dB dynamic range
• 4-wire touch-screen
interface
• I
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Stereo Codec
Stereo DAC
• 95-dB dynamic range
• 4-wire touch-screen interface
• Programmable audio effects
• Stereo, capless headphone amp
• Battery-connected speaker amp
TSC2111
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC
TSC2302
• 98-dB dynamic range
• 4-wire touch-screen
interface
• I
2
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Mono ADC/Stereo DAC
TSC2300
• 98-dB dynamic range
• 4-wire touch-screen
interface
• 4x4 keypad interface
• I
2
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Stereo Codec
TSC2301 TSC2117
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Mono ADC/Stereo DAC
• miniDSP
• 4-wire touch-screen
interface
• I
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• Stereo class-D
speaker amplifiers
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120
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105
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Legend
DAC
Codec
ADC
PCM422x
PCM180x
PCM4201
PCM4202/4 PCM4104
PCM1791/3
PCM1792/4
PCM1796/8
PCM16xx
PCM175x
PCM174x
PCM178x
Stereo ADCs
Stereo ADC/
Four-Channel ADC
Stereo DACs
Four-Channel DAC
Stereo DACs
Multichannel DACs
Stereo DACs Stereo ADCs
Four-Channel Mono ADC
PCM30xx
Stereo Codecs
PCM3168A
6 x ADC
8 x DAC
Multichannel Codec
N N
PCM1789
N N
Product
Highlights
PCM1690/91
Audio Converters
Design Considerations for Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controllers
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Dynamic Range
• Home and professional audio
converter performance is measured
in dynamic range, not bit depth
• A 24-bit converter describes its
output format, not its quality
Therefore, many of the least
significant bits in a 24-bit audio
word may be noise
• At its peak, a standard CD has
9808-dB (16-bit) dynamic range
• In professional environments, a
converter may have a dynamic
range of up to 132 dB
Analog Integration and Multichannel
Support
• TI’s highly integrated range of
consumer converters support
complex signal-chain designs
• Integrating functionality such as
multiplexers, programmable gain
and S/PDIF transmitters into a single
package reduces cost, design
complexity and time to market
Control Methods
• Converters can be controlled in
many different ways; many simply
by tying pins high and low
• A small micro, SPI shift register or
I
2
C expander can allow control from
a remote source
• For products with increased
integration, control is typically
through either SPI or I
2
C
• When choosing converters or
codecs, confirm both the control
method and the existence of
additional I/O (GPIO, SPI or I
2
C) for
the main processor to support
the device
Performance Audio Converters
Audio Converters
Design Considerations for Home and Professional Audio Converters
For a complete list of Performance Audio Converters, see page 29.
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• PCM3168A
o 113-dB DAC –
8 channel,
differential
o 107-dB ADC –
6 channel, single
ended differential
• PCM1690

o 113-dB DAC –
8 channel,
differential
• PCM1691
o 111-dB DAC –
8 channel,
single ended
• PCM1789
o 113-dB DAC –
stereo,
differential
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Sample Rate Converters (SRCs)
• SRCs create sample rate and
phase-independent interfaces
between fixed-rate digital
processors and the outside world
• SRCs can serve as “jitter cleaners,”
lowering the amount of jitter on
incoming data streams
• SRCs allow similar phase-
independent sample rates to be
brought into systems without the
need for time alignment/word
clock distribution
Jitter Sensitivity
• Jitter can be a major problem in a
digital audio system
• Jitter is introduced when digital audio
clocks are generated or regenerated
from a different clock source and by
using interconnects that have
significant parasitic impedance
(capacitance, inductance, etc)
• Jitter in digital audio systems moves
the sampling instant back and forth
in time, adding noticeable distortion
in high frequencies
• For the smallest adverse impact on
the audio content, choose S/PDIF
receivers with low jitter
System Partitioning
• System partitioning options include
discrete transmitters, receivers and
stand-alone SRCs, as well as
combinations of transceivers
and SRCs
• Flexible functionality allows end
products to be either:

o A clock master (and SRC from
the outside to its internal process
clock)

o A slave to an external clock
(and SRC the output to the new
clock rate)
S/PDIF Interface Products and Sample Rate Converters
Interface and Sample Rate Converters
Design Considerations for S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters
For a complete list of S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters, see page 32.
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• 144-dB dynamic range
• –140-dB THD+N
• 28-pin SSOP
Integration
SRC4192/3
• 24 bit, stereo, 212-kHz Fs
• 128-dB dynamic range
• –125-dB THD+N
• 28-pin SSOP
SRC4190
• 24 bit, 4 channel, 212-kHz Fs
• 144-dB dynamic range
• –140-dB THD+N
• 64-pin TQFP
SRC4194
• 2-channel combo SRC
and DIX
• 128-dB dynamic range
• –125-dB THD+N
• 48-pin TQFP
SRC4382
DIT4192 DIR9001
• Pro S/PDIF/AES3 transceiver
• Up to 24 bit, stereo, 216 kHz
• 48-pin TQFP
DIX4192
• Pro S/PDIF/AES3
transmitter
• Up to 24 bit, stereo,
96 kHz and 192 kHz
• 28-pin TSSOP
• S/PDIF/AES3 receiver
• DIR1703 replacement
• Up to 24 bit, stereo, 96 kHz
• Low 50-pS jitter
DIT4096
• 24 bit, 4 channel, 212-kHz Fs
• 128-dB dynamic range
• –125-dB THD+N
• 64-pin TQFP
SRC4184
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SRC
Combo SRC
S/PDIF, AES/EBU
DIT - S/PDIF and AES/EBU Transmitter
DIR - S/PDIF and AES/EBU Receiver
DIX - S/PDIF and AES/EBU Transceiver

SRC4392
• 2-channel combo SRC
and DIX
• 144-dB dynamic range
• –140-dB THD+N
• 48-pin TQFP
PCM9211
• 216-kHz S/PDIF transceiver
• 12x S/PDIF inputs
• 3 I
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S inputs, 2 I
2
S outputs
• 101-dB stereo ADC
• 48-pin LQFP
DIX9211
• 216-kHz S/PDIF transceiver
• 12x S/PDIF inputs
• 3 I
2
S inputs, 2 I
2
S outputs
• 48-pin LQFP
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USB Audio
Design Considerations for Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface
Programmable vs. USB Codecs
• For designers with little USB
experience, one of the biggest
challenges is deciding between
a plug-and-play device and one
that requires coding
• TI codecs (PCM2xxx) deliver an
extremely simple plug-and-play
experience by being completely
USB-class compliant
• For the highest flexibility and
performance defined by an
external converter, the
TAS1020B and TUSB3200A
offer completely
programmable solutions based
on an 8052, 8-bit processor core
I/O Considerations (S/PDIF, I
2
S, HID)
• Beyond analog audio in and out,
many USB audio products
now offer:

o S/PDIF I/O

o Raw PCM data (in I
2
S form)

o Human interface device (HID)
functionality
• HID functionality allows control of
PC/Mac applications:

o Mute, volume up/down, play, stop,
rewind, fast-forward, etc
Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface
For a complete list of Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface, see page 33.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
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• General purpose
• 6 channels
TUSB3200A
• Self powered
PCM2702
• Self/bus powered
• W/SPDIF
• Self/bus powered
PCM2704
• Up to 4 channels
• Cost optimized
• Programmable
• Stereo and multichannel
• Interface to DSPs,
codecs, DACs and ADCs
• Single-chip solution
• Easy implementation
• 92-dB dynamic range
• Single-chip solution
• Easy implementation
• 98-dB dynamic range
TAS1020B
PCM2906B
USB Codec
USB DAC
USB Audio Codec
Streaming Controller
Streaming Controller
USB Audio DAC
USB Audio DAC
• Mono record,
stereo playback
• Integrated mic
preamp
• HID interface
PCM2912A
USB Codec
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Processors
Design Considerations for Digital Audio Processors and SoCs
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Input Considerations
Audio SoC inputs can be digital
or analog
• Digital inputs in the I
2
S form are
suitable if the audio source is digital
in nature, such as an MP3 decoder
or DSP
• Analog inputs can be either single
ended or differential
• Single-ended circuits are simpler
and require fewer components
• Differential circuits offer better noise
performance
• Differential inputs are robust against
TDMA noise generated by mobile
phones
Audio Processing Considerations
The digital core of an audio SoC
can be based on two types of
architectures, ROM or RAM
• ROM-based cores:

o Are not fully programmable

o Feature a fixed-process flow that
can be configured
• Example: Each audio channel
might have a bank of seven
fixed-frequency bi-quad filters
in which only the gains can be
altered by a user
• RAM-based cores are fully
programmable:

o Example: A user can implement
any desired number of bi-quad
filters on a channel and specify
gain, bandwidth, and center fre-
quency
Output Considerations
Audio SoC outputs can be digital,
analog or PWM
• Digital outputs are in an I
2
S or
S/PDIF form

o I
2
S is useful if the output signal is
being sent to another IC

o S/PDIF is generally used for an
output that is expected to be rout-
ed to an external audio system
• Analog outputs:

o Can be either single ended or
differential

o Reference input consideration
section for benefits of each type
of output
• PWM outputs:

o Can be routed directly to an
H-bridge PWM power stage,
such as TI’s TAS53xx family

o Are beneficial because the audio
stream is maintained as digital for
as long as possible
Digital Audio Processors
For a complete list of Digital Audio Processors and SoCs, see page 34.
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• Two 3:1 stereo input MUX
• Four differential ADCs
• Four differential DACs
• Fully-programmable
135-MHz, 48-bit digital
audio processing core
• Programmable with
PurePath Studio
TAS3204
• 10:1 stereo input MUX
• Stereo ADC
• Six DACs
• Fully-programmable
135-MHz, 48-bit digital
audio processing core
• Programmable with
PurePath Studio
TAS3208
• 10:1 stereo input MUX
• Stereo ADC
• Six PWM outputs
• Fully-programmable
135-MHz, 48-bit digital
audio processing core
• Programmable with
PurePath Studio
TAS3308
• 2:1 stereo input MUX
• Stereo ADC
• Stereo DAC
• Fully programmable
135-MHz, 48-bit digital
audio processing core
• Programmable with
PurePath Studio
• 812-S channels
• Fully-programmable
135-MHz, 48-bit digital
audio processing core
• Programmable with
PurePath™ Studio
TAS3103A
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Digital Audio SoC
Stand-Alone DSP
TAS3202
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• 6 channel
• Volume, channel
mapping
• Bass management
• 107-dB dynamic
range
TAS5086
• 8 channel
• 48-bit audio processing
• Volume, channel mapping
• PSU volume control
• 102-dB dynamic range
TAS5028
• 8 channel
• 48-bit audio processing
• Volume, EQ,
treble/bass, loudness
• PSU volume control
• 102-dB dynamic range
TAS5508B
• 4 channel
• 48-bit audio processing
• Volume, EQ,
treble/bass, loudness
• PSU volume control
• 102-dB dynamic range
TAS5504A
• 2 channel
• 24 bit, stereo
• 94-/96-/102-dB
dynamic range
• 32 to 192 kHz
TAS5001/10/11
TAS5518C
• 8 channel
• 48-bit audio processing
• Volume, EQ, treble/bass,
loudness
• PSU volume control
• 110-dB dynamic range
Legend
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Multichannel
Stereo
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Some of TI’s digital audio processors and SoC’s also include PWM outputs. See page 20 for details.
Processors
Design Considerations for PWM Processors
Digital Amplifier Chipset
• The digital audio PWM processor
is the first chip in a two-chip digital
amplifier chipset
• It accepts PCM data from a DSP,
ADC or interface (S/PDIF) and
converts the data into PWM format
• The PWM data is passed to the
power stage that drives the speaker
• Some PWM processors include a
digital audio processor to handle
post-processing functions such as:

o Volume control

o Treble/bass control

o EQ

o Bass management

o Compression/limiting

o Loudness
• Channel counts vary from stereo
versions to multichannel, ideal for
the 51, 61 and 71 markets
• Software configurability and
pin-for-pin compatibility allow a
single board to be used for many
design platforms
PurePath™ PWM Processors
Some of TI’s digital audio processors and SoCs also include PWM outputs, see page 20.
For a complete list of PWM Processors, see page 34.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
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Processors
Design Considerations for Floating-Point DSPs and Applications Processors
TMS320C67x™ processors, the
industry’s highest performance
floating-point DSPs, offer precision,
speed, power savings and dynamic
range with performance ranging from
600 to 2100 MFLOPS These devices
are ideal for professional audio
products, biometrics, medical,
industrial, digital imaging, speech
recognition and voice-over packet
With the new TMS320C674x
low-power floating-point processors,
designers now have the ability to bring
connectivity and more portability to
audio applications
The new OMAP-L13x applications
processors combine an ARM9 pro-
cessor with a floating-point DSP to
provide the ability to implement user
interfaces or networking stacks
Key Features
• 100% code-compatible DSPs
• Advanced VLIW architecture
• Up to eight 32-bit instructions
executed each cycle
• Eight independent, multi-purpose
functional units and up to sixty-four
32-bit registers
• Industry’s most advanced DSP
C compiler and assembly optimizer
maximize efficiency and performance
OMAP-L13x Applications
Processors
• Integrate GUIs and/or networking ca-
pabilities into portable designs with
ARM9 + C674x floating-point DSP
• Operating system flexibility with
Linux or DSP/BIOS™ real-time kernel
• Pin-for-pin compatible with
TMS320C674x DSP
C674x DSP
• Industry’s lowest-power
floating-point DSPs
• High precision and wide dynamic
range enabled through the
32-/64-bit accuracy of the
floating-point DSP core
• Pin-for-pin compatible with
OMAP-L13x applications processor
C672x DSP
• Sixty-four 32-bit registers
• Large (32-KB) program cache
• dMAX DMA engine tuned for
audio performance
C671x DSP
• L1/L2 cache architecture
• Thirty-two 32-bit registers
• EDMA DMA engine
Applications
• Professional audio products, mixers,
audio synthesis
• Instrument/amplifier modeling
• Audio conferencing
• Audio broadcast
• Emerging audio applications in
biometrics, medical, industrial,
digital imaging, speech recognition
and voice-over packet, musical foot
pedals, electronic keyboards
Floating-Point Processors Roadmap
For a complete list of Floating-Point Processors, see page 35.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
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C6701
167 MHz
C6711
150 MHz
C6712
100 MHz
C6712D
150 MHz
C6711D
200 MHz
C6713
225 MHz
C6711D
250 MHz
C6713
300 MHz
C6722
250/200 MHz
C6720
200 MHz
C6726
250 MHz
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C6745
>300 MHz
C6746
>300 MHz
C6742
>200 MHz
C6748
>300 MHz
C6743
>300 MHz
OMAP-L138
C6747
>300 MHz
OMAP-L137
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• 150
128
12.5-MSPS ADC
MIPS
• to 256-KB Flash

F281x
• 60 to100 MIPS
150-ps PWM
• 32 to 256-KB Flash

F280x
• 200 to 600 MFLOPS
176 to 256 pins
• Up to 0.5-MB Flash/RAM

Delfino™ MCUs
100% Software-Compatible Devices
9 Devices
F2833x/C2834x
12 Devices
F280x
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Processors
Design Considerations for TMS320C2000™ Microcontrollers
23

The 32-bit C2000™ MCU family of-
fers up to 150-MHz performance with
floating-point capabilities and highly
integrated analog peripherals
Combined with integrated Flash and
RAM memory blocks, the C2000 MCU
provides a powerful single-chip solu-
tion ideal for many audio applications
such as Class-D amplifier control and
low-latency audio processing
Specifications
• Single-cycle 32x32-bit MAC
• Only processors with full software
compatibility between fixed-point
and floating-point
• Full software compatibility across all
C2000 platform controllers
• All C28x™ microcontrollers are AEC
Q-100 qualified for automotive
applications
Key Features
• Robust software library drastically
reduces development time
• Best-in-class compiler efficiency
• Low-cost development tools starting
at $39
Peripherals
• SCI, SPI, I
2
C, McBSP and CAN 20b
ports
• High-resolution PWM modules with a
maximum resolution of 150 ps
• On-chip 12-bit ADC with up to
16 channels and up to 125 MSPS
Delfino™ MCUs F2833x/C2834x
(with floating point)
• Up to 300 MIPS and 600 MFLOPS
for real-time analysis
• Up to 512-KB Flash and 516-KB RAM
• 6-channel DMA support for ADC, I
2
S,
EMIF
Target Audio Applications
• Class-D amplifier control
• Musical effects
• Low-latency audio processing
TMS320C2000™ Microcontrollers Roadmap
For a complete list of C2000 Microcontrollers, see page 38.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
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Analog Switches
Design Considerations for Analog Multiplexers and Switches
24

V+ and the Max Analog Signal
Amplitude
• V+ determines the analog signal
amplitude that can be passed
without clipping for noncharge-pump
switches
• The gate(s) of the pass transis-
tors must be biased relative to the
minimum and maximum values of the
expected input voltage range
• Some switches feature negative
signal capability and allow signals
below ground to pass through the
switch without distortion, making it
easy to pass both positive and
negative signals
• Switches with integrated charge
pumps can elevate the gate voltage
above V+ (at the expense of larger I+)
and thus pass signals of a magnitude
greater than V+
VIH/VIL Compatibility
• The signal switch is controlled by
the output of a digital source in most
applications
• The control signal levels, VIH and VIL,
must be compatible with the digital
source to ensure proper operation of
the switch
On-State Resistance (r
on
) Tradeoffs
• r
on
contributes to signal loss and
degradation
• Non-charge-pump switches achieve
low r
on
with large pass transistors

o Leads to larger die sizes and in-
creased channel capacitance (CI/O)

o Limits the frequency response of
the switch
• Switches using charge-pump
technology can achieve low r
on
and
CI/O but require significantly
higher I+
On-State Resistance Flatness
[r
on
(flat)]
• On-state resistance flatness specifies
the minimum and maximum value
of r
on
over the specified range of
conditions
• Conditions may include changes in
temperature or supply voltage
Negative Signal I/O Capability
• Switches that interface with “cap-
free” headphone amps such as the
TPA6130A2 from TI need to be able
to support audio signals that swing
below ground
• When used with audio amps that use
a DC-blocking capacitor, switches
that are placed between the audio
jack and the blocking capacitor need
to support audio signals that swing
below ground
Analog Switches Optimized for Audio Applications
For a more detailed list of Analog Multiplexers and Switches optimized for audio applications, see page 40.
For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio
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• Low r
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TS3A4xxx
TS3A24xxx
Series
• Low voltage
• Lower C
on
• Higher bandwidth
TS3A5xxx
Series
• Low r
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• Wide operating
range
TS5A31xx
TS5A231xx
TS5A46xx
Series
• Low r
on
• Wide operating
range
• High ESD
• Control input
voltage range
TS5A6xxx
TS5A26xxx
Series
• Lower C
on
• Higher bandwidth
TS5A1xxx
TS5A2xxx
TS5A45xx
Series
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Selection Guides
Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
25

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Low-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifers
Device Description
Stereo/
Mono
Output
Power
(W)
Min Load
Impedance
(W)
Power Supply (V) Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
PSRR
(dB) Package(s) Price* (min) (max)
TPA2017D2 Stereo, Dynamic Range Compression, SmartGain

AGC/DRC, GPIO
Interface
Stereo 2.8 4 2.5 5.5 0.2 80 QFN 1.40
TPA2016D2 Dynamic Range Compression, SmartGain

AGC/DRC, I
2
C Interface Stereo 2.8 4 2.5 5.5 0.2 80 WCSP 1.30
TPA2000D2 Medium Power, Ideal for Docking Stations Stereo 2.5 3 4.5 5.5 0.05 77 TSSOP 1.55
TPA2000D4 Headphone Amp, Medium Power, Ideal for Docking Stations Stereo 2.5 4 3.7 5.5 0.1 70 TSSOP 2.10
TPA2012D2 Smallest Stereo Amp in 2mm x 2mm WCSP Package Stereo 2.1 4 2.5 5.5 0.2 75 WCSP, QFN 0.70
TPA2001D2 Lower Power, Ideal for Docking Stations Stereo 1.25 8 4.5 5.5 0.08 77 TSSOP 1.65
TPA2100P1 Piezo Electric Speaker Driver Mono 19 Vpp 1.5 µF Piezo 2.5 5.5 0.2 90 WCSP 1.30
TPA2011D1 External Gain with Integrated DAC Noise Filter Mono 3.2 4 2.5 5.5 0.03 86 WCSP
(0.4-mm pitch)
0.65
TPA2037/39D1 Fixed Gain with Integrated DAC Noise Filter 2V/V, 4 V/V Mono 3.2 4 2.5 5.5 0.03 86 WCSP
(0.4-mm pitch)
0.65
TPA2018D1 Dynamic Range Compression, SmartGain AGC/DRC, I
2
C Interface Mono 3.0 4 2.5 5.55 0.2 80 WCSP 0.90
TPA2035D1 Fully Differential, High Power, Fixed Gain, with Auto Recovery Mono 2.75 4 2.5 5.5 0.2 75 WCSP 0.65
TPA2032/3/4D1 Smallest Solution Size, Fully Differential, Internal Gain
2 V/V, 3 V/V, 4 V/V
Mono 2.75 4 2.5 5.5 0.2 75 WCSP 0.45
TPA2013D1 Integrated Boost Converter, High and Constant Output Power Mono 2.7 4 1.8 5.5 0.2 95 QFN, WCSP 1.05
TPA2036D1 Similar to TPA2010D1 with Short-Circuit Auto Recovery Mono 2.5 4 2.5 5.5 0.2 75 WCSP 0.35
TPA2031D1 Similar to TPA2010D1 with Slower Start-Up Mono 2.5 4 2.5 5.5 0.2 75 WCSP 0.60
TPA2010D1 Fully Differential, 1.45mm x 1.45mm WCSP Package, High Power Mono 2.5 4 2.5 5.5 0.2 75 WCSP 0.55
TPA2015D1 Integrated Boost Converter with Battery Monitor for Constant
Output Power
Mono 1.7 8 2.3 5.5 0.06 82 WCSP TBD
TPA2014D1 Integrated Boost Converter, Medium and Constant Power Mono 1.5 8 2.5 5.5 0.1 91 QFN, WCSP 0.90
TPA2006D1 Fully Differential, 1.8-V Compatible Shutdown Voltage Mono 1.45 8 2.5 5.5 0.2 75 QFN 0.49
TPA2005D1 Fully Differential, Most Package Options Mono 1.4 8 2.5 5.5 0.2 75 BGA, QFN, MSOP 0.49
See page 34 for complementary PWM processors for PurePath™ power stages. New products are listed in bold red.
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. Preview products are listed in bold blue.
High-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifers
Device Description
Output
Power
(W)
Min Load
Impedance
(W)
Power Supply (V) Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
PSRR
(dB) Package(s) Price* (min) (max)
TAS5630 300-W Stereo Analog-Input Closed-Loop Amplifer 300 4 25 50 0.03 80 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 5.45
TAS5615 150-W Stereo Analog-Input Closed-Loop Amplifer 150 8 25 50 0.03 80 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 4.45
TAS5613 150-W Stereo Analog-Input Closed-Loop Amplifer 150 4 18 36 0.025 80 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 4.45
TAS5611 125-W Stereo Analog-Input Closed-Loop Amplifer 125 4 18 36 0.025 80 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 4.30
TAS5412 Stereo, Automotive, Single-Ended Analog Inputs 100 2 6 24 0.04 75 HTQFP-64 5.30
TAS5422 Stereo, Automotive, Differential Analog Inputs 100 2 6 24 0.04 75 HTQFP-64 5.80
TAS5414A Quad, Automotive, Single-Ended Analog Inputs 45 2 8 22 0.04 75 SSOP-36, HTQFP-64 8.80
TAS5424A Quad, Automotive, Differential Analog Inputs 45 2 8 22 0.04 75 SSOP-44 10.75
TPA3106D1 40-W Mono Amp with Sync Pin 40 4 10 26 0.2 70 HLQFP-32 2.25
TPA3112D1 25-W Filter-Free Mono Amp with SpeakerGuard™ Technology 25 4 8 26 0.07 70 TSSOP-28 0.85
TPA3123D2 25-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp 25 4 10 30 0.08 60 HTSSOP-24 1.75
TPA3100D2 20-W Stereo Amp with Sync Pin 20 4 10 26 0.1 80 HTQFP-48, QFN-48 3.50
TPA3110D2 15-W Filter-Free Stereo Amp with SpeakerGuard Technology 15 4 8 26 0.07 70 TSSOP-28 1.45
TPA3122D2 15-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp in DIP Package 15 4 10 30 < 0.15 60 PDIP-20 0.99
TPA3124D2 15-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp with Fast Mute 15 4 10 26 0.04 60 TSSOP-24 1.45
TPA3121D2 15-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp 15 4 10 26 0.04 60 TSSOP-24 1.45
TPA3004D2 12-W Stereo Amp with DC Volume Control 12 4 8.5 18 0.1 80 HTQFP-48 3.25
TPA3125D2 10-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp in DIP Package 10 4 10 26 0.15 60 PDIP-20 0.85
TPA3101D2 10-W Stereo Amp with Sync Pin 10 4 10 26 0.1 80 HTQFP-48, QFN-48 3.10
TPA3111D1 10-W Filter-Free Mono Amp with SpeakerGuard Technology 10 4 8 26 0.07 70 TSSOP-28 0.90
TPA3002D2 9-W Stereo Amp with DC Volume Control 9 8 8.5 14 0.06 80 HTQFP-48 3.30
TPA3113D2 6-W Filter-Free Stereo Amp with SpeakerGuard Technology 6 4 8 26 0.07 70 TSSOP-28 0.85
TPA3003D2 3-W Stereo Amp with DC Volume Control 3 8 8.5 14 0.2 80 TQFP-48 3.00
TPA2008D2 Stereo, Med. Power, Volume Control, Ideal for Docking Stations 3 3 4.5 5.5 0.05 70 TSSOP 1.80
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. New products are listed in bold red. Preview products are listed in bold blue.
Analog Switches
Design Considerations for Analog Multiplexers and Switches
PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages (PurePath™)
Device Description PBTL Power
1
BTL Power
1
SE Power
1
Package(s) Price*
TAS5182 Controller Only, For Use with External FETs — — — HTSSOP-56 6.60
TAS5186A Highest Integration Power — — 5x30 W + 1x60 W HTSSOP-44 5.50
TAS5103 15 W, Stereo, Supports 2 to 4 Channels, Pad Down Package — 15 7.5 HTSSOP-32 1.80
TAS5602 20 W, Stereo with Feedback, Supports 2 to 4 Channels, Hi-Z Pin — 20 10 HTSSOP-56 2.00
TAS5102 20 W, Stereo, Supports 2 to 4 Channels, Pad Up Package — 20 10 HTSSOP-32 1.80
TAS5132 Stereo, Low Power — 25 12 HTSSOP-44 2.10
TAS5122 Stereo, Low Power — 30 — HTSSOP-56 3.25
TAS5112A Stereo, Medium Power — 50 — HTSSOP-56 4.05
TAS5111A Mono, Medium Power — 70 — HTSSOP-32 2.40
TAS5121 Mono, High Power — 100 — SSOP-36 3.25
TAS5142 High Power, Pin Compatible with TAS5152 200 100 40 SSOP-36, HTSSOP-44 3.35
TAS5342LA 100 W, Stereo, Digital Power 214 113 42 HTSSOP-44 2.75
TAS5342A 100 W, Stereo, Digital Power 220 117 41 HTSSOP-44 2.95
TAS5152 High Power, Pin Compatible with TAS5142 240 125 45 SSOP-36 4.60
TAS5612 125-W Stereo PWM-Input Closed-Loop Amplifer 250 125 45 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 4.30
TAS5352A 125 W, Stereo, Digital Power 268 138 48 HTSSOP-44 3.10
TAS5614 150-W Stereo PWM-Input Closed-Loop Amplifer 300 150 50 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 4.45
TAS5616 150-W Stereo PWM-Input Closed-Loop Amplifer 300 150 75 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 4.45
TAS5261 Mono, High Power — 210 — SSOP-36 5.25
TAS5162 Stereo, High Power 331 210 99 SSOP-36, HTSSOP-44 4.95
TAS5631 300-W Stereo PWM-Input Closed-Loop Amplifer 600 300 150 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 5.45
TAS5176 6-Channel, Medium Power — 2x30 W +1x40 W 5x15 W + 1x25 W HTSSOP-44 4.30
1
These power indications should be considered a guide, as final power output capability will rely heavily on external factors New products are listed in bold red.
such as heat dissipation techniques, power supply ripple and speaker load impedance.
See page 34 for complementary PWM processors for PurePath™ power stages.
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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Selection Guides
Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
26

Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifers (PurePath™)
Device Description
Output
Power
(W)
2.1
Support
Closed
Loop
Power Supply
(PVDD)
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%) SNR (dB)
On Chip
DRC/EQ I
2
C Price* (min) (max)
TAS5701 20 W, Stereo, H/W Control 20 Yes (w/ext amp) No 0 21 < 0.1 101 No No 2.45
TAS5704 20 W, Stereo with Feedback, H/W Control 20 Yes Yes 10 26 < 0.1 99 No No 3.00
TAS5705 20 W, Stereo with Speaker EQ and DRC 20 Yes (w/ext amp) No 8 23 < 0.1 105 Yes Yes 2.45
TAS5706A 20 W, Stereo with Feedback, Speaker EQ and DRC 20 Yes (w/ext amp) Yes 10 26 < 0.1 99 Yes Yes 3.00
TAS5706B 20 W, Stereo with Feedback, Speaker EQ, DRC and 2.1 Support 20 Yes Yes 10 26 < 0.1 99 Yes Yes 3.00
TAS5707 20 W, Stereo with Speaker EQ and DRC 20 No No 8 26 < 0.1 106 Yes Yes 2.55
TAS5708 20 W, Stereo with Feedback, Speaker EQ and DRC 20 No Yes 10 26 < 0.1 100 Yes Yes 2.55
TAS5709 20 W, Stereo with Speaker EQ, 2-Band DRC and 3D 20 No No 8 26 < 0.1 106 Yes Yes 2.40
TAS5710 20 W, Stereo with Feedback, Speaker EQ, 2-Band DRC and 3D 20 No Yes 10 26 < 0.1 100 Yes Yes 2.65
TAS5711 20 W, Stereo with Speaker EQ, 2-Band DRC, 3D and 2.1 Support 20 Yes No 8 26 < 0.1 106 Yes Yes 2.75
TAS5713 25 W, Stereo with Speaker EQ and 2-Band DRC 25 No No 8 26 < 0.1 106 Yes Yes TBD
TAS5716 20 W, Stereo with Feedback, Speaker EQ, DRC, 3D and 2.1 Support 20 Yes Yes 10 26 < 0.1 99 Yes Yes 3.15
See page 34 for complementary PWM processors for PurePath™ power stages. New products are listed in bold red.
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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Selection Guides
Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB, Class-G)
27

Class-AB Speaker Amplifers
Device Description
Stereo/
Mono
Output
Power (W)
Min Load
Impedance
(W)
Power Supply
(V)
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
PSRR
(dB) Package(s) Price* (min) (max)
TPA1517 Mute, Medium Power, Low Cost, DIP Package, Single Ended Stereo 6 4 9.5 18 0.15 65 PDIP-20,
SO-20
1.05
TPA6030A4 Stereo with Stereo HP, Wide Supply Voltage, Low Power,
Volume Control, Fully Differential
Stereo 3 16 7 15 0.06 60 HTSSOP-28 1.40
TPA6013A4 Stereo Audio Power Amplifer with Advanced DC-Volume
Control and Input Mux
Stereo 3 3 4.5 5.5 < 0.8 82 PowerPAD™ 0.50
TPA6012A4 Stereo Audio Power Amplifer with Advanced DC-Volume
Control
Stereo 3 3 4.5 5.5 < 0.8 82 PowerPAD 1.20
TPA6011A4 Stereo with Stereo HP, Volume Control, Fully Differential Stereo 3 3 4 5.5 0.06 70 HTSSOP-24 1.20
TPA6020A2 Fully Differential, Low Voltage, Smallest Package Stereo 2.8 3 2.5 5.5 0.05 85 QFN-20 0.60
TPA6017A2 Cost Effective, Internal Gain, Fully Differential Stereo 2.6 3 4.5 5.5 0.1 77 HTSSOP-20 0.99
TPA6010A4 Stereo with Stereo HP, Volume Control and Bass Boost, Fully
Differential
Stereo 2.6 3 4.5 5.5 0.06 67 HTSSOP-28 2.25
TPA0212 Stereo with Stereo Headphone, Internal Gain, Low-Cost
Computing Solution
Stereo 2.6 3 4.5 5.5 0.15 77 TSSOP 1.10
TPA6021A4 Stereo with Stereo HP, Volume Control, Fully Differential Stereo 2 4 4 5.5 0.19 70 PDIP-20 1.00
TPA0172 Stereo with Stereo Headphone, Mute Function, I
2
C Volume
Control
Stereo 2 4 4.5 5.5 0.08 75 TSSOP 2.60
TPA6211A1 Fully Differential, Highest Power Mono 3.1 3 2.5 5.5 0.05 85 MSOP, QFN 0.55
TPA0233 Mono with Stereo Headphone, Summed Inputs Mono 2.7 4 2.5 5.5 0.06 75 MSOP 1.05
TPA6204A1 Fully Differential, High Power Mono 1.7 8 2.5 5.5 0.05 85 QFN 0.35
TPA6205A1 Fully Differential, 1.8-V Compatible Shutdown Voltage Mono 1.25 8 2.5 5.5 0.06 90 MSOP, QFN,
BGA
0.32
TPA6203A1 Fully Differential, Lower Cost Solution Mono 1.25 8 2.5 5.5 0.06 90 BGA 0.45
TPA751 Differential Inputs, Active Low Mono 0.9 8 2.5 5.5 0.15 78 SOIC, MSOP 0.35
TPA731 Differential Inputs, Active High Mono 0.9 8 2.5 5.5 0.15 78 SOIC, MSOP 0.35
TPA721 Single Ended Inputs, Active High Mono 0.9 8 2.5 5.5 0.15 85 SOIC, MSOP 0.35
TPA711 Single Ended Inputs, Active High, Mono Headphone Mono 0.9 8 2.5 5.5 0.15 85 SOIC, MSOP 0.35
See page 34 for complementary PWM processors for PurePath™ power stages. New products are listed in bold red.
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Class-G Amplifers, Class-AB Headphone Amplifers
Device Description
Output
Power
(W)
Min Load
Impedance
(W)
Power Supply
(V)
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
PSRR
(dB) Package(s) Price* (min) (max)
Class-G Amplifers
TPA6140A2 DirectPath™, High-Effciency Class-G, I
2
C Volume Control, Hi-Z Mode 0.025 16 2.5 5.5 0.0025 109 WCSP 0.95
TPA6141A2 DirectPath, High-Effciency Class-G, Hi-Z Mode 0.025 16 2.5 5.5 0.0025 109 WCSP 0.85
Class-AB Headphone Amplifers
TPA6136A2 DirectPath, Fixed Gain, Hi-Z Mode 0.025 16 2.5 5.5 0.0025 109 WCSP 0.70
TPA6135A2 DirectPath, Fixed Gain, Hi-Z Mode 0.025 16 2.5 5.5 0.0025 109 QFN 0.55
TPA6132A2 DirectPath, Fixed Gain 0.025 16 2.5 5.5 0.0025 109 QFN 0.55
TPA6130A2 DirectPath with I
2
C Volume Control 0.138 16 2.5 5.5 0.0025 109 QFN, WCSP 0.90
TPA6120A2 Hi-Fi, Current Feedback, 80 mW into 600 W from a ±12-V Supply at
0.00014% THD+N
1.5 32 10 30 0.0005 75 SO-20 2.05
TPA6112A2 Differential Inputs, 10-µA ISD 0.15 8 2.5 5.5 0.25 83 MSOP-10 0.39
TPA6111A2 Low Cost, Headphone, SOIC Package, 1-µA ISD 0.15 8 2.5 5.5 0.25 83 SOIC-8, MSOP-8 0.33
TPA6110A2 Headphone, 10-µA ISD 0.15 8 2.5 5.5 0.25 83 MSOP-8 0.39
TPA6102A2 Ultra-Low Voltage, Fixed Gain (14 dB) 0.05 16 1.6 3.6 0.1 72 SOIC-8, MSOP-8 0.50
TPA6101A2 Ultra-Low Voltage, Fixed Gain (2 dB) 0.05 16 1.6 3.6 0.1 72 SOIC-8, MSOP-8 0.35
TPA6100A2 Ultra-Low Voltage, External Resistors 0.05 16 1.6 3.6 0.1 72 SOIC-8, MSOP-8 0.45
TPA4411 DirectPath, Internal Gain 0.08 16 1.8 4.5 0.08 80 DSBGA-16, QFN-20 0.85
TPA152 Hi-Fi, Mute 0.075 32 4.5 5.5 0.007 81 SOIC-8 0.70
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB)
28

Microphone Preamplifers
Device Description
Gain Range
(dB)
Noise (E
IN
),
G = 30 dB
Half Power THD+N
at 1 kHz (%)
Power Supply
(V) Package(s) Price*
PGA2500 Digitally Controlled, Fully Differential, High Performance,
Low Noise, Wide Dynamic Range, On-Chip DC Servo Loop
0 dB, and 10 dB to
65 dB in 1-dB Steps
–128 dBu 0.0004 ±5 SSOP-28 7.95
PGA2505 Digitally Controlled, Fully Differential, High Performance,
Low Noise, Wide Dynamic Range, On-Chip DC Servo Loop
0 dB, and 10 dB to
60 dB in 3-dB Steps
50 0.03 80 QFP-64, PSSOP-44 4.95
Device Description
Slew Rate
(V/µs)
GBW
(MHz)
Half Power THD+N
at 1 kHz (%)
Power Supply
(V) Package(s) Price*
INA163 Mono, Low Noise, Low Distortion, Current Feedback, Wide
Bandwidth, Wide Range of Gain
15 8 0.0003 ±4.5 to ±18 SO-14 2.90
INA217 Mono, Low Noise, Low Distortion, Current Feedback, Wide
Bandwidth, Wide Range of Gain
15 8 0.004 ±4.5 to ±18 PDIP-8, SOIC-16 2.50
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. New products are listed in bold red.
Line Drivers
Device Description
Power Supply
(V)
Half Power THD+N
at 1 kHz (%)
Slew Rate
(V/µs) GBW (MHz) Package(s) Price*
DRV134 Balanced Output, DIP Pkg., Companion to INA134 and INA137 ±4.5 to ±18 0.0005 12 1.5 SOIC-16, PDIP-8 1.95
DRV135 Balanced Output, Small Pkg., Companion to INA134 and INA137 ±4.5 to ±18 0.0005 12 1.5 SOIC-8 1.95
Line Receivers
INAy134
1
Differential, Fixed Gain, 0 dB (G=1) 1 V/V ±4 to ±18 0.0005 14 3.1 PDIP-8/14, SOIC-8/14 1.05
INAy137
1
Differential, ±6 dB (G=1/2 or 2) ±4 to ±18 0.0005 14 4 PDIP-8/14, SOIC-8/14 TBD
1
y denotes dual and/or quad versions are available.
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
DirectPath™ 2-V
RMS
Line Drivers
Device Description
Gain
(V/V)
Power Supply
(V)
Slew Rate
(V/µs) Drive Capability Price*
DRV600 Fixed-Gain, Single-Supply, Ground-Biased Output 2-V
RMS
Line Driver 1.5 ±1.8 to ±4.5 2.2 2 V
RMS
600-W Load 0.95
DRV601 Variable-Gain, Single-Supply, Ground-Biased Output 2-V
RMS
Line Driver Variable ±1.8 to ±4.5 2.2 2 V
RMS
600-W Load 0.75
DRV602 Differential Input, Variable Gain 2-V
RMS
Line Driver Variable ±1.8 to ±4.5 2.2 2 V
RMS
into 2500 W 0.70
DRV603 Differential Input, Variable Gain 2-V
RMS
with Powersense Technology Variable ±1.8 to ±5.5 2.2 2 V
RMS
into 2500 W 0.85
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Low-Power Audio Amplifer Sub-Systems
Device Description
Speaker
Output
Power (W)
Headphone
Output
Power (W)
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
PSRR
(dB)
Power Supply
(V)
Package(s) Price* (min) (max)
TPA6040A4 Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath™ Headphones and
4.75-V LDO
2.3 0.2 0.1 80 4.5 5.5 5x5 QFN-32 0.99
TPA6041A4 Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath Headphones and
3.3-V LDO
2.6 0.2 0.1 80 4.5 5.5 5x5 QFN-32 1.15
TPA6045A4C Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath headphones and
3.3-V LDO
2.3 0.2 0.1 80 4.5 5.5 5x5 QFN-32 1.15
TPA6047A4 Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath headphones and
3.3-V LDO
2.6 0.06 0.1 65 4.5 5.5 5x5 QFN-32 1.15
TPA2050D4 Stereo Class-D and DirectPath Headphones (2 Inputs) 2.4 4 2.5 5.5 0.1 75 WCSP 1.25
TPA2051D3 Mono Class-D Sub-system with DirectPath Headphone
Amplifer and SpeakerGuard™ (3 Inputs)
2.9 4 2.5 5.5 0.1 75 WCSP 0.75
TPA2054D4 Stereo Class-D and DirectPath Headphones (3 Inputs) 2.4 4 2.5 5.5 0.1 75 WCSP 1.30
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. .
Line Driver and Headphone Amplifer
Device Description
Line Driver Headphone
Power Supply
(V)
Package Price*
Drive
Capability
THD+N at
5 kW Gain
Output
Power
(W)
Min Load
Impedance
(W)
THD+N at
32 W (min) (max)
DRV604 DirectPath™ 2-V
RMS
Line Driver and Headphone Amp 2 V
RMS
into
5 kW
0.001% Variable 0.04 16 0.02% 2.9 3.7 HTSSOP-28 1.05
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. New products are listed in bold red.
Audio Preamplifiers and Line Drivers

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Selection Guides
Signal Conditioning Amplifiers and Volume Controls
29


Volume Controls
Device Description
Dynamic
Range (dB)
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
Crosstalk
at 1 kHz
(dBFS)
Power
Supply
(V)
Voltage
Swing
(V
PP
) Package(s) Price*
PGA2320 ±15 V, Improved THD, Pin Compatible with PGA2310, Voltage Swing of 28 V
PP
120 0.0003 –126 ±15 27 SOL-16 7.95
PGA2310 ±15 V, DIP Package, Pin Compatible with PGA2311, Voltage Swing of 27 V
PP
120 0.0004 –126 ±15 27 SOL-16, DIP-16 9.95
PGA2311U
1
2-Channel, ±5 V, Low Inter-Channel Crosstalk, Voltage Swing of 7.5 V
PP
120 0.0002 –130 ±5 7.5 SOL-16, DIP-16 3.95
PGA4311U
1
4-Channel, ±5 V, Low Inter-Channel Crosstalk, Voltage Swing of 7.5 V
PP
120 0.0002 –130 ±5 7.5 SOP-28 7.45
1
U indicates U-Grade devices.
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Signal Conditioning Amplifers
Device Description Channel(s)
Power Supply
(V)
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
Slew
Rate
(V/µs)
GBW
(MHz) Package(s) Price*
FET Amplifers
OPA164x High Performance, Ultra-Low Distortion, JFET-Input 1, 2, 4 ±2.25 to ±18 0.00005 22 11 SOIC-8, MSOP-8
SO-14, TSSOP-14
0.95
OPAx827 Ultra-Low THD+N, High Precision 1, 2 ±4 to ±18 0.00004 22 18 MSOP, SOIC 5.75
OPAx627 Difet™, Low Noise, High Slew Rate 1 ±4.5 to ±18 0.00003 55 16 PDIP-8, SOIC-8 12.25
OPAx604 FET Input, Low Distortion, Single Channel, Wide Supply Range, Unity
Gain Stable
1, 2 ±4.5 to ±24 0.0003 25 20 PDIP-8, SOIC-8 1.05
OPAx134 High Performance, Ultra-Low Distortion, True FET-Input 1, 2, 4 ±2.5 to ±18 0.00008 20 8 PDIP-8, SOIC-8/14 1.00
Bipolar Amplifers
OPA1611/12 High Performance, Ultra-Low Distortion, Low Noise: 1.1 nV/√Hz

,
Low Power: 3.6 mA/Channel, High Precision
1, 2 ±2.5 to ±18 0.000015 27 45 SOIC 1.75
OPA1632 High Performance, Fully Differential, High Speed, Wide Supply
Range, High Gain Bandwidth
1 5 to 32 0.00003 50 180 MSOP-8, SOIC-8 1.75
OPAx228 High Precision, Low Noise: 3nV/√Hz

, Improved Settling Time: 5 µs 1, 2, 4 ±2.5 to ±18 0.00005 10 33 PDIP-8/14, SOIC-8/14 1.10
OPAx353 Single Supply, Rail-to-Rail, Unity Gain Stable 1, 2, 4 2.7 to 5.5 0.0006 22 44 MSOP-8, SOIC-8/16 1.00
MC33078 Dual, Bipolar, Dual Supply Operation, Skew Rate of 7 V/µs (typ),
Input Noise Voltage of 4.5nV/√Hz

2 ±10 to ±36 — 7 16 MSOP-8, PDIP-8, SOIC-8 0.30
NE5532A/4A Low Noise, Input Noise Voltage of 3.5nV/√Hz

(5532A) and 5nV/√Hz


(5534A)
2/1 ±3 to ±20 — 9/13 10 PDIP-8, SO-8, SOIC-8 0.50
RC4580 Dual, Lower Noise, High Gain, Wide Bandwidth, Capable of Driving
20-V Peak-to-Peak into 400-W Loads
2 ±2 to ±18 0.0005 5 12 PDIP-8, SOIC-8, TSSOP-8 0.41
RC4560 Dual, High Gain, Wide Bandwidth, Capable of Driving 20-V Peak-to-
Peak into 400-W Loads
2 ±2 to ±18 0.05 5.5 15 PDIP-8, SOIC-8, TSSOP-8 0.41
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. New products are listed in bold red.
Audio ADCs
Device Description
Portable
Focus
Dynamic
Range
(dB)
No. of
Inputs/No.
of Outputs
Sampling
Rate (max)
(kHz)
Audio
Data
Format
Power Supply
(V) Package(s) Price
*
PCM4222 2-Channel, High-Performance DS ADC — 124 2/0 216 6-Bit Modulator, DSD,
Normal, I
2
S, TDM
+3.3, +4 TQFP-48 14.95
PCM4220 2-Channel, High-Performance DS ADC — 123 2/0 216 Normal, I
2
S, TDM +3.3, +4 TQFP-48 9.95
PCM4204 4-Channel, High-Performance DS ADC, PCM or DSD, High
Pass Filter
— 118 4/0 216 Normal, I
2
S, DSD,
TDM
+3.3, +5 TQFP-64 7.95
PCM4202 Stereo, High-Performance DS ADC, PCM or DSD, High Pass
Filter
— 118 2/0 216 Normal, I
2
S, DSD +3.3, +5 SSOP-28 4.95
PCM4201 Mono, High-Performance DS ADC, PCM or DSD, High Pass
Filter, Wide Digital Supply Range, Low Power Dissipation
— 112 1/0 108 Normal, DSP +3.3, +5 TSSOP-16 2.50
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Audio Converters
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Selection Guides
Audio Converters
30

Audio ADCs and DACs
Device Description
Portable
Focus
Dynamic
Range
(dB)
No. of
Inputs/No.
of Outputs
Sampling
Rate (max)
(kHz)
Audio
Data
Format
Power
Supply (V) Package(s) Price
*
Audio ADCs (Continued)
PCM1804 Stereo ADC, Fully Differential, High Pass Filter — 112 2/0 192 Normal, I
2
S, DSD +3.3, +5 SSOP-28 3.95
PCM1802 Stereo ADC, SE Input — 105 2/0 96 Normal, I
2
S +3.3, +5 SSOP-20 3.35
PCM1803A Stereo ADC, SE Input, High Pass Filter — 103 2/0 96 Normal, I
2
S +3.5, +5 SSOP-20 1.10
PCM1850A/1A Stereo ADC w/2 x 6 Input MUX and PGA, SPI (1850) and I
2
C
(1851) Control
— 101 2/0 96 Normal, I
2
S +3.3, +5 TQFP-32 4.80
PCM1807A/8A Stereo ADC, SE Input, Mute w/Fade, SPI Control, S/W (1807)
H/W (1808) Controlled
— 101 2/0 96 I
2
S, L +3.5, +5 TSSOP-14 1.00
TLV320ADC3101 Low-Power Stereo Audio ADC with Internal PLL and Highly
Flexible Digital Filtering; 6 Inputs
4 92 6/0 96 I
2
S, L, R, DSP and
TDM
+2.7, +3.6 QFN-24 1.55
TLV320ADC3001 Low-Power Stereo Audio ADC with Internal PLL and Highly
Flexible Digital Filtering; 3 Inputs
4 92 3/0 96 I
2
S, L, R, DSP and
TDM
+2.7, +3.6 WCSP-16 1.45
PCM1870A Stereo ADC, SE Input, Digital Filter, Very Low Power
Consumption
4 90 2/0 50 Normal, I
2
S, DSP +2.4, +3.6 QFN-24 1.70
Audio DACS
PCM1792A Stereo, Optional DSD Format, External Filter and DSP
Interface, SPI/I
2
C, Differential Output Current: 7.8 mAP-P
— 132 0/2 192 Standard, I
2
S, L +3.3, +5 SSOP-28 10.65
PCM1796/8 Stereo Advanced Segment, 123-dB Dynamic Range,
TDMCA Serial Interface (1798)
— 123 0/2 192 Standard, I
2
S, L +3.5, +5 SSOP-28 2.95
PCM4104 4 Channel, High Performance, Sampling Rate up to 216kHz,
H/W or S/W Controlled
— 118 0/4 216 Normal, I
2
S, TDM +3.3, +5 TQFP-48 4.95
PCM1791A Stereo Advanced Segment DAC, Optional DSD Format,
External Filter and DSP Interface, SPI/I
2
C Differential Output
Current: 3.2 mVP-P
— 113 0/2 192 Normal, I
2
S,
TDMCA
+3.3, +5 SSOP-28 2.25
PCM1793 Stereo Advanced Segment DAC, Balanced Voltage Outputs,
Improved Clock Jitter
— 113 0/2 192 Normal, I
2
S, Left
Justifed
+3.3, +5 SSOP-28 2.25
PCM1789 Stereo, Differential Output DAC, SPI/I
2
C or H/W Control — 113 0/2 192 I
2
S, Left, Right
Justifed
+3.3, +5 TSSOP-24 1.90
PCM1780/81/82 Stereo with Volume Control, Software (1780/82) and
Hardware (1781), Open-Drain Output Zero Flag (1782),
Improved Jitter Performance
— 106 0/2 192 Normal, I
2
S +5 SSOP-16 1.10
TLV320DAC23 I
2
C and SPI Control with Headphone Amp, P
diss
= 23 mW
4 100 0/2 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP +1.5 to +3.3 VFBGA-80 2.00
PCM1770/1 Stereo with Integrated Headphone Driver, Software (1770)
and Hardware (1771) Controlled
4 98 0/2 48 Normal, I
2
S +1.6 to +3.6 TSSOP-28,
QFN-28,
TSSOP-16,
QFN-20
1.35
PCM1772/3 Stereo with Integrated Line Out, Software (1772) and
Hardware (1773) Controlled
4 98 0/2 48 Normal, I
2
S +1.6 to +3.6 TSSOP-16,
QFN-20
1.35
TLV320DAC26 Integrated PLL, SPI Control, Speaker/Headphone Amp,
P
diss
= 11 mW
4 97 2/2 53 Normal, I
2
S, DSP +2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 2.45
TLV320DAC3120 Mono DAC with 2.5 W into 4-W Mono Class-D Speaker
Amplifer
4 95 2/2 192 I
2
S, L, R, DSP, TDM +2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 1.75
TLV320DAC32 Low-Power Stereo DAC with PLL and Stereo HP/Speaker
Amplifers
4 95 2/4 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 1.35
PCM1774 Low-Power Stereo DAC with HP Amplifer, Sound Effect
4 93 0/2 50 LJ, RJ, I
2
S, DSP +3.3 QFN-20 1.50
PCM4104 4 Channel, High Performance, Sampling Rate up to 216
kHz, H/W or S/W Controlled
— 118 0/4 216 Normal, I
2
S, TDM +3.3, +5 TQFP-48 4.95
PCM1690 Octal DAC, Single-Ended Outputs, SPI/I
2
C or H/W Control
Differential Outputs
— 113 0/8 192 I
2
S TDM, Left,
Right Justifed
+3.3, +5 HTSSOP-48 2.60
PCM1691 Octal DAC, Single-Ended Outputs, SPI/I
2
C or H/W Control — 111 0/8 192 I
2
S TDM, Left,
Right Justifed
+3.3, +5 HTSSOP-48 2.50
DSD1608 8-Channel, Enhanced Multiformat DS DAC, Supports DSD
with TDMCA
— 108 0/8 192 Normal, I
2
S, DSD +3.3, +5 TQFP-52 6.40
PCM1680 8-Channel, Low-Cost DAC, Improved Jitter Performance,
Pin Compatible with PCM1780
— 103 0/8 192 Normal, I
2
S +5 SSOP-24 1.50
PCM1606 6-Channel, Low-Cost CMOS, Multilevel — 103 0/6 192 Normal, I
2
S +5 SSOP-20 2.00
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. New products are listed in bold red.
Audio Codecs
Device Description
Portable
Focus
SNR
ADC
(dB)
Dynamic
Range
(dB)
Sampling
Rate (max)
(kHz)
Audio Data
Format
Power
Supply (V) Package(s) Price*
PCM3168A High-Performance, 6 Inputs, 8 Outputs Audio Codec — 107 112 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
3.3 to 5 HTQFP-64 4.60
PCM3052A Stereo Codec with Integrated Mic Preamp and S/PDIF Output — 101 105 96 I
2
S +3.3, +5 VQFN-32 3.00
PCM3060 Asynchronous Stereo Codec  — 99 104 192 I
2
S, L, R +3.3, +5 TSSOP-28 2.10
TLV320AIC3107 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 10 Inputs (Mic/Line),
7 Outputs (Line, Headphone, Mono Integrated Class-D Amp)
4 92 102 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN 2.55
TLV320AIC3106 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 10 Inputs (Mic/Line), 
7 Outputs (Line, Headphone), Notch Filtering, Low-Power Analog
Bypass
4 92 102 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32,
BGA-80
2.25
TLV320AIC3254 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, Integrated LDO,
PowerTune™ Technology, 6 SE/3 Differential Inputs, 4 Outputs
(Stereo Line Out and Stereo HP), Integrated miniDSP for Enhanced
Custom Audio Processing
4 93 100 192 I
2
S, L, R,
DSP, TDM
+1.5 to +3.6 QFN-32 3.95
TLV320AIC3204 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, Integrated LDO,
PowerTune Technology, 6 SE/3 Differential Inputs, 4 Outputs
(Stereo Line Out and Stereo HP), Effects Processing
4 93 100 192 I
2
S, L, R,
DSP, TDM
+1.5 to +3.6 QFN-32 2.25
PCM3000 Stereo Audio Codec 18-Bits, Serial Interface, Software Controlled 4 — 98 48 Normal, I
2
S, DSP +4.5 to +5.5 SSOP-28 3.45
PCM3001 Stereo Audio Codec 18-Bits, Serial Interface, Hardware Controlled 4 — 98 48 Normal, I
2
S, DSP +4.5 to +5.5 SSOP-28 3.45
PCM3006 Low Power, 3-V Supply, Stereo Codec, Hardware Controlled 4 — 93 48 Normal +2.7 to +3.6 SSOP-24 3.45
PCM3794A Ultra-Low-Power Stereo Codec, 6 Inputs (Mic/Line), 5 Outputs
(Line/HP)
4 — 93 48 Normal, I
2
S, DSP +2.4 to +3.6 QFN-32 4.55
PCM3793A Ultra-Low-Power Stereo Codec, 6 Inputs (Mic/Line), 3 Outputs
(Line/HP/Class-D Speaker)
4 — 93 48 Normal, I
2
S, DSP +2.4 to +3.6 QFN-32 4.85
PCM3008 Low Power, 2.4-V Single Supply, Stereo Codec, Low Cost,
Hardware Controlled
4 — 88 48 Normal, I
2
S +2.1 to +3.6 TSSOP-16 3.10
TLV320AIC3105 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 SE Inputs (Mic/Line),
6 Outputs (Line, Headphone), Notch Filtering, Low-Power Analog
Bypass
4 92 102 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 1.95
TLV320AIC3104 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 Inputs (MicLine),
6 Outputs (Line, Headphone), Notch Filtering, Low-Power Analog
Bypass
4 92 102 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 1.95
TLV320AIC3101 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 Inputs (Mic/Line),
6 Outputs (Line, Headphone/Speaker), Notch Filtering, Low-Power
Analog Bypass
4 92 102 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 2.10
TLV320AIC34 Low-Power Quad Stereo (4-Channel) Codec, 12 Inputs (Mic/Line),
14 Outputs (Line, Headphone/Speaker), 2 PLLs and Audio Serial
Buses Allow Fully Asynchronous Simultaneous Codec Operation
4 92 102 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 BGA-87 3.95
TLV320AIC33 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 Inputs, 3 Line Out
and Speaker/HP Outputs
4 90 102 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-48,
BGA-80
3.45
TLV320AIC31/32 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 Inputs (AIC32 –
6 Single-Ended, AIC31 – 2 Differential and 2 Single Ended) 2 Line
Out and Speaker/HP Outputs
4 90 100 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 3.25
TLV320AIC36 Low-Power Stereo Audio Codec, Integrated PLL, 5 Inputs
(3 MICs + 2 Line), 6 Outputs (Stereo HP, Stereo Line,
Stereo Receiver), Digital Mic Support, Advanced Programmable
Filter Engines, Low-Power Bypass
4 — 100 96 I
2
S, L, R, DSP,
TDM
+2.5 to +3.3 BGA-80 4.25
TLV320AIC23B Low Power, Lower Cost, Stereo Codec with Headphone Amps 4 92 100 96 I
2
S, L, R +2.7 to +3.3 VFBGA-80,
TSSOP-28,
QFN-28
3.35
TLV320AIC3111 Low-Power Stereo Audio Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 Inputs,
6 Outputs, Digital Mic Support, Integrated Stereo Headphone
Amplifer and Stereo Class-D Speaker Amplifer and
Integrated miniDSP
4 90 95 96 I
2
S, L, R, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.3 QFN-32 2.95
TLV320AIC3007 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated Class-D Amp, 7 Inputs,
6 Outputs
4 87 93 96 Normal, I
2
S, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-40 2.35
TLV320AIC3120 Mono Codec with 2.5 W into 4-W Mono Class-D Speaker Amplifer
and Integrated miniDSP, 2 Inputs, 2 Outputs
4 90 95 192 I
2
S, L, R, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 2.25
TLV320AIC3110 Mono ADC, Stereo DAC with Stereo Class-D Speaker Amplifer,
2 Inputs, 2 Outputs
4 90 95 192 I
2
S, L, R, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 2.25
TLV320AIC3100 Mono ADC, Stereo DAC with 2.5 W into 4-W Mono Class-D
Speaker Amplifer, 3 Inputs, 2 Outputs
4 90 95 192 I
2
S, L, R, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to +3.6 QFN-32 1.95
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. New products are listed in bold red. Preview products are listed in bold blue.
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Audio Codecs and Controllers
32

Voiceband Codecs
Device Description
Sample
Rate (kHz)
Number
of Input
Channel(s)
SNR DAC
(dB)
SNR ADC
(dB) Interface
Analog Supply
(V)
Logic
Supply (V)
Power
Supply (mW)
(typ) Package(s) Price
*
AIC111 Lowest Power, 20-Bit 40 1 87 87 SPI , DSP 1.1 to 1.5 +1.1 to
+3.3
0.46 QFN-32,
FlipChip
5.20
TLV320AIC12K Low Power, Mono Codec,
16-Bit, 26-ksps Voiceband
Codec with 8W Driver
26 1 90 92/84 I
2
C, S
2
C,
DSP
1.65 to 1.95/2.7
to 3.6
+1.1 to
+3.6
10 TSSOP-30 1.60
TLV320AIC14K Low Power, Mono Codec,
16 Bit, 26-ksps Voiceband
Codec
26 1 90 92/84 I
2
C, S
2
C,
DSP
1.65 to 1.95/2.7
to 3.6
+1.1 to
+3.6
10 TSSOP-30 1.35
TLV320AIC20K Low Power, Stereo Codec,
16-Bit, 26-ksps Voiceband
Codec with 8W Driver
26 2 90 92/84 I
2
C, S
2
C,
DSP
1.65 to 1.95/2.7
to 3.6
+1.1 to
+3.6
20 TQFP-48 2.70
TLV320AIC24K Low Power, Stereo Codec,
16 Bit, 26-ksps Voiceband
Codec
26 2 90 92/84 I
2
C, S
2
C,
DSP
1.65 to 1.95/2.7
to 3.6
+1.1 to
+3.6
20 TQFP-48 2.45
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller
Device Description
Resolution
(Bits) (max)
Dynamic
Range DAC
(dB)
Dynamic
Range ADC
(dB)
Sampling
Rate (max)
(kHz) Confguration
Audio Data
Format
Power
Supply
(V) Package(s) Price
*
TSC2100 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power,
Lower Cost, Stereo DAC, Mono ADC,
Integrated PLL, Speaker/HP Amp
24 97 88 53 Mono/Stereo Normal, I
2
S,
DSP
+2.7 to
+3.6
QFN-32,
TSSOP-32
3.05
TSC2111 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power,
Stereo DAC, Mono ADC, Integrated PLL,
Speaker/HP Amp, Additional Inputs and
Outputs (TSC2111 – Differential)
24 95 88 53 Mono/Stereo Normal, I
2
S,
DSP
+2.7 to
+3.6
QFN-48 3.75
TSC2102 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power,
Stereo DAC, Integrated PLL, Speaker/HP
Amp, Low Cost
24 97 — 53 Stereo Normal, I
2
S,
DSP
+2.7 to
+3.6
TSSOP-32 2.50
TSC2117 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power,
Integrated PLL, HP Amp, Stereo Class-D
Speaker Amplifer, MiniDSP
32 95 91 192 Mono/Stereo I
2
S, L, R, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to
+3.6
QFN-48 4.45
TSC2300 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power,
Stereo DAC, Mono ADC, Integrated PLL
20 98 88 48 Mono/Stereo Normal, I
2
S +2.7 to
+3.6
TQFP-64 4.45
TSC2301 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power,
Stereo DAC, Stereo ADC, Integrated PLL, HP
Amp, 4 x 4 Keypad Interface
20 98 88 48 Stereo/Stereo Normal, I
2
S +2.7 to
+3.6
TQFP-64,
BGA-120
4.65
TSC2302 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power,
Stereo DAC, Stereo ADC, Integrated PLL,
HP Amp
20 98 88 48 Stereo/Stereo Normal, I
2
S +2.7 to
+3.6
QFN-48 4.55
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Integrated Sample Rate Converters and S/PDIF – AES/EBU Transceivers
Device Description
# SRC
Channel(s)
THD+N
(dB)
Sample
Rate (max)
(kHz)
Digital Audio
Interface
Control
Interface
Dynamic
Range (dB)
AES
Receive
AES
Transmit
Power
Supply (V) Package Price
*
SRC4392 High-End Combo Sample
Rate Converter
2 –140 216 AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I
2
S, R, L
I
2
C, SPI 144 Yes Yes 1.8, 3.3 TQFP-48 8.50
SRC4382 Combo Sample Rate
Converter
2 –125 216 AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I
2
S, R, L
I
2
C, SPI 128 Yes Yes 1.8, 3.3 TQFP-48 6.50
Stand-Alone Sample Rate Converters
SRC4184 4-Channel, Asynchronous
Sample Rate Converter
4 –125 212 I
2
S, R, L, TDM SPI 128 — — 1.8, 3.3 TQFP-64 5.95
SRC4190 192-kHz Stereo
Asynchronous Sample Rate
Converter
2 –125 212 I
2
S, R, L, TDM H/W 128 — — 3.3 SSOP-28 3.50
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Interface and USB Audio ➔
Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide
Selection Guides
Interface and USB Audio
33

USB Peripherals
Device Speed(s) Voltage (V) Remote Wakeup Package Description Price
*
TUSB3210 Full 3.3 Yes LQFP-64 USB Full-Speed General-Purpose Device Controller 2.50
TUSB3410 Full 3.3 Yes LQFP-32 USB-to-Serial Converter (RS-232, RS-485) 2.25
TUSB6250 Full, High 3.3 Yes TQFP-80 USB 2.0 High-Speed, Low-Power ATA/ATAPI Bridge Solution 2.80
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
USB On-The-Go (OTG) Devices
Device Speed Voltage (V) Local Bus Interface Package Description Price
*
TUSB6020 High 1.5, 1.8, 3.3 VLYNQ™ 80 MicroStar BGA™ USB 2.0 High-Speed On-The-Go to VLYNQ Controller 6.50
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
USB Transceivers
Device Speed(s) Voltage (V) Package(s) Singled Ended Input Description Price
*
TUSB1105 Full, Low 1.6, 3.6 RTZ-16, RGT-16 Yes USB Transceivers 1.10
TUSB1106 Full, Low 1.6, 3.6 RTZ-16, PW-16 No USB Transceivers 1.10
TUSB2551 Full, Low 1.6, 3.6 PW-14, RGT-16 No USB Transceivers 1.10
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Integrated Sample Rate Converters and S/PDIF – AES/EBU Transceivers (Continued)
Device Description
# SRC
Channel(s)
THD+N
(dB)
Sample
Rate (max)
(kHz)
Digital Audio
Interface
Control
Interface
Dynamic
Range (dB)
AES
Receive
AES
Transmit
Power
Supply (V) Package Price
*
SRC4192 High-End Sample Rate
Converter
2 –140 212 I
2
S, R, L, TDM H/W 144 — — 3.3 SSOP-28 5.95
SRC4193 High-End Sample Rate
Converter
2 –140 212 I
2
S, R, L, TDM SPI 144 — — 3.3 SSOP-28 5.95
SRC4194 4-Channel, Asynchronous
Sample Rate Converter
4 –140 212 I
2
S, R, L, TDM SPI 144 — — 1.8, 3.3 TQFP-64 9.95
Stand-Alone S/PDIF and AES/EBU Interfaces
DIX4192 Digital Audio Interface
Transceiver
0 — 216 AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I
2
S, R, L,
TDM
I
2
C, SPI — Yes Yes 1.8, 3.3 TQFP-48 4.95
DIX9211 216-kHz Digital Audio
Transceiver
0 — 216 AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I
2
S, R, L
I
2
S, SPI,
H/W
— Yes Yes 3.3, 5 LQFP-48 TBD
PCM9211 216-kHz Digital Audio
Transceiver with 101-dB
Stereo ADC
0 –93 (ADC) 216 AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I
2
S, R, L
I
2
S, SPI,
H/W
101 (ADC) Yes Yes 3.3, 5 LQFP-48 TBD
DIT4192 192-kHz Digital Audio
Transmitter
0 — 192 AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I
2
S, R, L
H/W, SPI — No Yes 3.3, 5 TSSOP-28 1.95
DIT4096 96-kHz Digital Audio
Transmitter
0 — 96 AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I
2
S, R, L
H/W, SPI — No Yes 3.3, 5 TSSOP-28 1.65
DIR9001 96-kHz Digital Audio
Receiver
0 — 96 AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I
2
S, R, L
H/W — Yes No 3.3 TSSOP-28 2.10
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. Preview products are listed in bold blue.
Stereo USB DACs
Device Description
Resolution
(Bits)
Power Supply
(V)
SNR
(dB) (typ)
Pd
(mW) (typ)
Sampling Rate
(max) (kHz) Package Price
*
PCM2702 Low-Power, High-Performance USB DAC 16 3.3, 5 105 175 48 SSOP-28 5.80
PCM2704 Low Power, External EEPROM Interface 16 3.3, 5 98 175 48 SSOP-28 2.75
PCM2705 Low Power, SPI Interface 16 3.3, 5 98 175 48 SSOP-28 2.75
PCM2706 Low Power, Selectable I
2
C Interface/HD Mode 16 3.3, 5 98 175 48 TQFP-32 3.60
PCM2707 Low Power, SPI Interface, Selectable I
2
C Interface 16 3.3, 5 98 175 48 TQFP-32 3.60
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010
Selection Guides
Interface and USB Audio
34

USB Codecs
Device Description
SNR
(dB) (typ)
Power Supply
(V)
Pd
(mW) (typ)
Sampling Rate
(max) (kHz) Package Price
*
PCM2900B 5-V Stereo Codec 89 2.7 to 5.5 280 48 SSOP-28 4.45
PCM2901 5-V Stereo Codec, S/PDIF Interface 89 3.3 178 48 SSOP-28 4.45
PCM2902B 3.3-V Stereo Codec 89 2.7 to 5.5 280 48 SSOP-28 4.80
PCM2903B 3.3-V Stereo Codec, S/PDIF Interface 89 3.3 178 48 SSOP-28 4.80
PCM2904 5-V Stereo Codec, Full 500-mA USB Bus Power 89 4.35 to 5.25 280 48 SSOP-28 4.45
PCM2906B 5-V Stereo Codec, S/PDIF Interface, Full 500-mA USB Bus Power 89 4.35 to 5.25 280 48 SSOP-28 4.80
PCM2912A USB-Headset Codec, Mono ADC, Stereo DAC, Integrated Mic Pre
and Headphone Amp
89 4.35 to 5.25 425 48 TQFP-32 4.50
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Processors ➔
Digital Audio Processors
Device Description Digital I/O
Input
FS (kHz)
Processing
Bits/
Accumulator
I/O Max
Resolution
(Bits) Package Price
*
TAS3103A Confgurable Volume, Bass, Treble, Loudness, DRC, Mixing, Delay, 3-D Effects,
Biquad Filters
4/3 8 to 96 48/76 32 PSOP-32 4.15
TAS3108 Fully-Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor 8/8 16 to 192 48/76 24 TSSOP-38 5.10
TAS3108IA Fully-Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor (Automotive Qualifed) 8/8 16 to 192 48/76 24 TSSOP-38 5.75
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Digital Audio SoCs
Device Description
Stereo
Input MUX
Number of
ADCs/DNR
(dB)
Number of
DACs/DNR (dB)
Number of
PWMs/DNR Package Price
*
TAS3204 Fully Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O 3:1 (x2) 4/102 4/105 — TQFP-64 6.15
TAS3208 Fully Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O 10:1 2/93 6/96 — TQFP-100 6.50
TAS3308 Fully Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O 10:1 2/96 — 6/100 dB TQFP-100 TBD
TAS3202 Fully Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O 2:1 2/102 2/105 — TQFP-64 TBD
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000. New products are listed in bold red.
PWM Processors (PurePath™)
Device Description
Frequency
(kHz)
Dynamic
Range (dB)
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
Resolution
(Bits) Package Price
*
TAS5010 Stereo Modulator Only 32 to 192 >93 < 0.08 16, 20, 24 TQFP-48 3.75
TAS5012 Stereo Modulator Only with Higher Dynamic Range 32 to 192 >102 < 0.06 16, 20, 24 TQFP-48 5.95
TAS5001 Stereo Modulator Only 32 to 192 >96 < 0.08 16, 20, 24 TQFP-48 3.00
TAS5028A 8-Channel, Volume Control and Channel Mapping 32 to 192 >102 < 0.1 16, 20, 24 TQFP-64 6.15
TAS5504A 4-Channel, EQ, Bass Management, Dynamic Range and Volume Control, HP Output 32 to 192 >102 < 0.1 16, 20, 24 TQFP-64 3.50
TAS5508B 8-Channel, EQ, Bass Management, Dynamic Range and Volume Control, HP Output 32 to 192 >102 < 0.1 16, 20, 24 TQFP-64 5.00
TAS5086 6-Channel, Bass Management, Tone and Volume Control 32 to 192 >105 < 0.1 16, 20, 24 TSSOP-38 1.75
TAS5518C 8-Channel, Highest Dynamic Range, Record Line and HP Outputs, DSVC Adds 24-dB
Dynamic Range, EQ, Bass Management, Dynamic Range and Volume Control
32 to 192 >110 < 0.1 16, 20, 24 TQFP-64 7.95
*Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide
Selection Guides
Processors
35

TMS320C67x™ DSP Generation — Floating-Point DSPs
Device
RAM (Bytes)
Data/Prog McBSP McASP DMA COM
SPI/
I
2
C MHz
Cycle
(ns) MFLOPS
Typical Activity
Total Internal
Power (W)
(Full Device
Speed)
Voltage
(V)
Package Price* Core I/O
TMS320C6720BRFP200
4
32K/64K/384K
6
— 2 dMAX
2
— 2/2 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 22mm PQFP-144 7.53

TMS320C6712DGDP150 4K/4K/64K
1
2 — 16
2
— — 150 6.7 900 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 27mm BGA-272 15.16

TMS320C6722BRFP200
3,4
32K/128K/384K
6
— 2 dMAX — 2/2 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 22mm PQFP-144 11.14

TMS320C6722BRFPA225
3,4,5
32K/128K/384K
6
— 2 dMAX — 2/2 225 4.4 1350 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 22mm PQFP-144 12.94

TMS320C6722BRFP250
3,4
32K/128K/384K
6
— 2 dMAX — 2/2 250 4 1500 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 22mm PQFP-144 12.94

TMS320C6726BRFPA225
3,4,5
32K/256K/384K
6
— 37
8
dMAX — 2/2 225 4.4 1350 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 22mm PQFP-144 16.68

TMS320C6726BRFP266
4,5
32K/256K/384K
7
— 3
7
dMAX — 2/2 266 3.75 1600 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 22mm PQFP-144 16.68

TMS320C6713BPYP200 4K/4K/256K
2
2
9
2
8
16
2
HPI/16 — 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 28mm TQFP-208 20.95

TMS320C6727BZDH250 32K/256K/384K — 3 dMAX UHPI 2/2 250 4 1500 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 19.74


TMS320C6727BZDHA250
3,4,5
32K/256K/384K
6
— 3 dMAX UHPI 2/2 250 4 1500 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 23.58

TMS320C6727BZDH275
3,4
32K/256K/384K
6
— 3 dMAX UHPI 2/2 275 3.6 1650 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 20.84

TMS320C6727BZDH300
3,4,9
32K/256K/384K
6
— 3 dMAX UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 23.58

TMS320C6727BZDH350 32K/256K/384K — 3 dMAX UHPI 2/2 350 2.9 2100 See Datasheet 1.4 3.3 17mm BGA-256 32.29


TMS320C6701GJC150 64K/64K 2 — 4 HPI/16 — 120 6.7 900 See Datasheet 1.8 3.3 35mm BGA-352 95.34

TMSC6701GJC16719V 64K/64K 2 — 4 HPI/16 — 167 6 1000 See Datasheet 1.9 3.3 35mm BGA-352 144.52

TMX320C6748AZCE3 32K/32K/256K/128K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 13mm BGA-361 18.25
TMX320C6748BZCE3 32K/32K/256K/128K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 13mm BGA-361 18.25
TMX320C6748AZWT3 32K/32K/256K/128K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 16mm BGA-361 18.25
TMX320C6748BZWT3 32K/32K/256K/128K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 16mm BGA-361 18.25
TMX320C6747BZKB3 32K/32K/256K/128K — 3 32/16 bit UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 13.00
TMX320C6747BZKB2 32K/32K/256K/128K — 3 32/16 bit UHPI 2/2 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 10.15
TMX320C6747ZKB3 32K/32K/256K/128K — 3 32/16 bit UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 15.00

TMX320C6747ZKB2 32K/32K/256K/128K — 3 32/16 bit UHPI 2/2 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 11.72

TMS320C6746AZCE3 32K/32K/256K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 13mm BGA-361 13.50
TMS320C6746BZCE3 32K/32K/256K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 13mm BGA-361 13.50
TMS320C6746AZWT3 32K/32K/256K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 16mm BGA-361 13.50
TMS320C6746BZWT3 32K/32K/256K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 16mm BGA-361 13.50
TMX320C6745BPTP3 32K/32K/256K — 2 16 bit — 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 24mm QFP-176 11.25
TMX320C6745BPTP2 32K/32K/256K — 2 16 bit — 2/2 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 24mm QFP-176 9.00
TMX320C6745PTP3 32K/32K/256K — 2 16 bit — 2/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 24mm TQFP-176 13.03

TMX320C6745PTP2 32K/32K/256K — 2 16 bit — 2/2 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 24mm TQFP-176 10.41

TMX320C6743BPTP3 32K/32K/128K — 2 32 Ch
2
— 1/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 24mm QFP-176 8.95
TMX320C6743BPTP2 32K/32K/128K — 2 32 Ch
2
— 1/2 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 24mm QFP-176 7.80
TMX320C6743BZKB3 32K/32K/128K — 2 32 Ch
2
— 1/2 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 8.95
TMX320C6743BZKB2 32K/32K/128K — 2 32 Ch
2
— 1/2 200 5 1200 See Datasheet 1.2 3.3 17mm BGA-256 7.80
TMS320C6742AZCE3 32K/32K/64K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 1/1 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 13mm BGA-361 6.70
TMS320C6742BZCE3 32K/32K/64K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 1/1 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 13mm BGA-361 6.70
TMS320C6742AZWT3 32K/32K/64K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 1/1 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 16mm BGA-361 6.70
TMS320C6742BZWT3 32K/32K/64K 2 1 64 Ch UHPI 1/1 300 3.3 1800 See Datasheet 1.0-1.2 1.8/3.3 16mm BGA-361 6.70
1
Format represents cache memory architecture: [data cache] /[program cache] / [unified cache].
2
Enhanced DMA.
3
Extended temperature versions available for C6722, C6726, C6727, C6713, C6711D DSPs.
4
RFP and ZDH packages are Pb-Free.
5
The “A” designation is for industrial temperature range.
6
Format represents program cache/program or data memory/ROM.
7
McASP2 DIT only.
8
The C6713 DSP can be configured to have up to three serial ports in various McASP/McBSP combinations by not utilizing the HPI. Other configurable serial options include I
2
C and additional GPIO.
9
Also available in 256-pin BGA, 17-mm (GDH) package.
Note: All devices include two timers.
Note: Enhanced plastic and military DSP versions are available for selected DSPs.
* Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000 (except where marked with

) and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most
current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.

Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 100. All other information in previous footnote applies.
Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010
36

DaVinci™ Technology Digital Media Processors
Device CPU
Frequency
(MHz)
L1/
SRAM
(Bytes)
L2/
SRAM
(Bytes)
ROM
(Bytes)
External
Memory
I/F EDMA
Video Ports
(Confgurable)
Serial
I/F
Connectivity
I/F
Program/
Data
Storage
Voltage (V)
Package(s) Price* Core I/O
TMS320DM6446BZWT C64x+™,
ARM9,
DaVinci
Video
594
(DSP)
297
(ARM)
112K
(DSP)
40K
(ARM)
64K
(DSP)
16K
(ARM)
1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Input,
1 Output
ASP, I
2
C,
SPI,
3 UARTs
USB 2.0,
VLYNQ™,
10/100
EMAC
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
SmartMedia/
xD
1.2 1.8/
3.3
16 x 16mm
BGA-361
35.65
TMS320DM6443BZWT C64x+,
ARM9,
DaVinci
Video
594
(DSP)
297
(ARM)
112K
(DSP)
40K
(ARM)
64K
(DSP)
16K
(ARM)
1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Output ASP, I
2
C,
SPI,
3 UARTs
USB 2.0,
VLYNQ,
10/100
EMAC
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
SmartMedia/
xD
1.2 1.8/
3.3
16 x 16mm
BGA-361
30.55
TMS320DM6441ZWT C64x+,
ARM9,
DaVinci
Video
513/405
(DSP)
256/202
(ARM)
112K
(DSP)
40K
(ARM)
64K
(DSP)
16K
(ARM)
1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Input,
1 Output
ASP, I
2
C,
SPI,
3 UARTs
USB 2.0,
VLYNQ,
10/100
EMAC
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
SmartMedia/
xD
1.2/
1.05
1.8/
3.3
16 x 16mm
BGA-361
30.35
TMS320DM6431 C64x+,
DaVinci
Video
300 64K 64K 64K 1 8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Input McASP,
I
2
C,
1 UART,
1 McBSP,
1 HECC
10/100
EMAC
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash
1.05 1.8/
3.3
16 x 16mm
BGA-361,
23 x 23mm
BGA-376
11.25
TMS320DM6433 C64x+,
DaVinci
Video
400
500
600
700
112K 128K 64K 1 8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-/32-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Output McASP,
1 McBSP,
I
2
C,
1 UART
32-Bit PCI,
VLYNQ,
10/100
EMAC,
16-Bit HPI
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash
1.05/
1.2
1.8/
3.3
16 x 16mm
BGA-361,
23 x 23mm
BGA-376
15.30
16.20
18.05
21.70
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Selection Guides
Processors
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OMAP-L13x Applications Processors
Device CPU
Frequency
(MHz)
L1P
(Bytes)
L1D
(Bytes)
L2
(Bytes)
RAM
(Bytes)
External
Memory
I/F DMA Timers
Serial
Ports Misc.
Voltage (V)
Package(s) Price
*
Core I/O
OMAP-
L137BZKB3
ARM926EJS,
C674x
300
300
16K
32K
16K
32K

256K
128K
Shared
SDRAM,
NAND, NOR
32 Ch 1 GP,
1 GP/WD
USB 2.0 HS OTG,
USB 1.1,
3 McASP, 2 SPI,
2 I
2
C, 3 UART
10/100 Ethernet MAC,
MMC/SD, 3 PWMs, LCD
controller, 3 eCAP,
2 eQEP, UHPI
1.2 1.8/
3.3
17mm
BGA-256
16.35
OMAP-
L138AZCE3
ARM926EJS,
C674x
300
300
16K
32K
16K
32K

256K
128K
Shared
DDR2, mDDR,
NAND, NOR,
SDRAM
64 Ch 3 GP,
1 GP/WD
USB 2.0 HS OTG,
USB 1.1,
1 McASP,
2 McBSP, 2 I
2
C,
3 UART 2 SPI,
10/100 Ethernet MAC,
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs,
LCD controller, video
interface, UPI, SATA,
3 eCAP
1.2 1.8/
3.3
13mm,
0.65mm
pitch,
BGA-361
18.60
OMAP-
L138BZCE3
1
ARM926EJS,
C674x
300
300
16K
32K
16K
32K

256K
128K
Shared
DDR2, mDDR,
NAND, NOR,
SDRAM
64 Ch 3 GP,
1 GP/WD
USB 2.0 HS OTG,
USB 1.1,
1 McASP,
2 McBSP, 2 I
2
C,
3 UART 2 SPI,
10/100 Ethernet MAC,
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs,
LCD controller, video
interface, UPI, SATA,
3 eCAP
1.0 –
1.2
1.8/
3.3
13mm,
0.65mm
pitch,
BGA-361
18.60
OMAP-
L138AZWT3
ARM926EJS,
C674x
300
300
16K
32K
16K
32K

256K
128K
Shared
DDR2, mDDR,
NAND, NOR,
SDRAM
64 Ch 3 GP,
1 GP/WD
USB 2.0 HS OTG,
USB 1.1,
1 McASP,
2 McBSP, 2 I
2
C,
3 UART 2 SPI,
10/100 Ethernet MAC,
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs,
LCD controller, video
interface, UPI, SATA,
3 eCAP
1.2 1.8/
3.3
16mm,
0.8mm pitch,
BGA-361
18.60
OMAP-
L138BZWT3
1
ARM926EJS,
C674x
300
300
16K
32K
16K
32K

256K
128K
Shared
DDR2, mDDR,
NAND, NOR,
SDRAM
64 Ch 3 GP,
1 GP/WD
USB 2.0 HS OTG,
USB 1.1,
1 McASP,
2 McBSP, 2 I
2
C,
3 UART 2 SPI,
10/100 Ethernet MAC,
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs,
LCD controller, video
interface, UPI, SATA,
3 eCAP
1.0 –
1.2
1.8/
3.3
16mm,
0.8mm pitch,
BGA-361
18.60
1
Devices with an extended temperature range are available.
* Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars in quantities of 100 and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing
information from TI prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.
* Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000 (except where marked with

) and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. Multiple prices correspond with frequency options. All prices are
subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.

Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 100. All other information in previous footnote applies.
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Selection Guides
Processors
Device CPU
Frequency
(MHz)
L1/
SRAM
(Bytes)
L2/
SRAM
(Bytes)
ROM
(Bytes)
External
Memory
I/F EDMA
Video Ports
(Confgurable)
Serial
I/F
Connectivity
I/F
Program/
Data
Storage
Voltage (V)
Package(s) Price* Core I/O
TMS320DM6435 C64x+,
DaVinci
Video
400
500
600
700
112K 128K 64K 1 8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-/32-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Input McASP,
I
2
C,
1 McBSP,
2 UARTs,
1 HECC
VLYNQ,
10/100
EMAC,
16-Bit HPI
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash
1.05/
1.2
1.8/
3.3
16 x 16mm
BGA-361
23 x 23mm
BGA-376
15.85
16.80
18.70
22.45
TMS320DM6437 C64x+,
DaVinci
Video
400
500
600
700
112K 128K 64K 1 8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-/32-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Input,
1 Output
McASP,
I
2
C,
1 HECC,
2 McBSPs,
2 UARTs
32-Bit PCI,
VLYNQ,
10/100
EMAC,
16-Bit HPI
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash
1.05/
1.2
1.8/
3.3
16 x 16mm
BGA-361,
23 x 23mm
BGA-376
20.35
21.55
24.00
28.85
TMS320DM355 ARM9,
DaVinci
Video
135
216
270
32K — 8K 1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-Bit
MDDR/
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Input,
1 Output
3 SPI,
2 ASP,
3 UARTs,
1 I
2
C
USB 2.0 HS Async SRAM,
MDDR/DDR2
SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
SmartMedia/
xD
1.3 1.8/
3.3
13 x 13mm
BGA-329
11.50

13.00

18.55

TMS320DM365 ARM9,
DaVinci
Video
216
270
300
32K — 16K 1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-Bit
MDDR/
DDR2
64 Ch 1 Input,
1 Output
5 SPI,
2 UARTs,
1 I
2
C,
1 McBSP
USB 2.0 HS,
10/100
EMAC, 16-Bit
HPI
Async SRAM,
MDDR/DDR2
SDRAM,
One NAND,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash,
SmartMedia/
xD
1.2/
1.35
1.8/
3.3
13 x 13mm
BGA-338
14.70

18.95

20.90

TMS320DM647 C64x+,
DaVinci
Video
720
900
1.1 GHz
32K/32K 256K 64K 1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA
1
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 5 Video Ports
(Each Confg-
urable as
Dual Capture,
Single Capture,
Display, TSI
Capture)
1 I
2
C,
1 SPI,
1 UART,
1 McASP
PCI/HPI,
VLYNQ,
10/100/1000
3-pt Ethernet
Switch
Subsys
w/ 1 SGMII Pt
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
1.2/
1.2
1.8/
3.3
19 x 19mm
nFBGA-529
37.05
46.35
57.80
TMS320DM648 C64x+,
DaVinci
Video
720
900
1.1 GHz
32K/32K 512K 64K 1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA
1
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
64 Ch 5 Video Ports
(Each Confg-
urable as
Dual Capture,
Single Capture,
Display, TSI
Capture)
2 I
2
C,
1 SPI,
1 UART,
1 McASP
2 TSIP
PCI/HPI,
VLYNQ,
10/100/1000
3-pt Ethernet
Switch
Subsys
w/ 2 SGMII
Pts
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
1.2/
1.2
1.8/
3.3
19 x 19mm
nFBGA-529
46.35
57.95
72.35
1
EMIFA does not support SDRAM.
* Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000 (except where marked with

) and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. Multiple prices correspond with frequency options. All prices are subject to
change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.

Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 100. All other information in previous footnote applies.
DaVinci™ Technology Digital Media Processors (Continued)
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Selection Guides
Processors
TMS320C2000™ Microcontrollers
Processor Memory Control Interfaces Communications Ports
C
o
r
e

S
u
p
p
l
y

(
V
)
GPIO
Pins
On-Chip
Oscillator/
Regulator Package(s) Price* Device
1
S
p
e
e
d

(
M
H
z
)
FPU DMA
RAM
(kB)
Flash
(kB)
ROM
(kB) P
W
M

C
h
a
n
n
e
l
s
H
i
R
e
s

P
W
M
Q
u
a
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a
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e

E
n
c
o
d
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r
E
v
e
n
t

C
a
p
t
u
r
e
s
T
i
m
e
r
s
2
12-Bit ADC
Channels/
Conversion
Time
(ns) C
o
m
p
a
r
a
t
o
r
s
M
c
B
S
P
I
2
C U
A
R
T
/
S
C
I
SPI LIN CAN
External
Memory
Bus
2803x Piccolo™ MCUs
TMS320F28035 60 — Yes 20 128 Boot 9-15 4-7 1 1 11-12 14-16/217 3 — 1 1 1-2 1 1 — 3.3 33-45 Yes/Yes TQFP-64, LQFP-80 4.41
TMS320F28034 60 — — 20 128 Boot 9-15 4-7 1 1 11-12 14-16/217  3 — 1 1 1-2 1 1 — 3.3 33-45 Yes/Yes TQFP-64, LQFP-80 3.75
TMS320F28033 60 — Yes 20 64 Boot 9-15 4-7 1 1 11-12 14-16/217  3 — 1 1 1-2 1 1 — 3.3 33-45 Yes/Yes TQFP-64, LQFP-80 4.11
TMS320F28032 60 — — 20 64 Boot 9-15 4-7 1 1 11-12 14-16/217  3 — 1 1 1-2 1 1 — 3.3 33-45 Yes/Yes TQFP-64, LQFP-80 3.49
TMS320F28031 60 — — 16 64 Boot 13-15 — 1 1 11-12 14-16/500 3 — 1 1 1-2 1 1 — 3.3 33-45 Yes/Yes TQFP-64, LQFP-80 2.97
TMS320F28030 60 — — 12 32 Boot 13-15 — 1 1 11-12 14-16/500 3 — 1 1 1-2 1 1 — 3.3 33-45 Yes/Yes TQFP-64, LQFP-80 2.79
2802x Piccolo MCUs
TMS320F28027 60 — — 12 64 Boot 9 4 0 1 9 7-13/217 1-2 — 1 1 1 — — — 3.3 20-22 Yes/Yes TSSOP-38, LQFP-48 2.85
TMS320F28026 60 — — 12 32 Boot 9 4 0 1 9 7-13/217 1-2 — 1 1 1 — — — 3.3 20-22 Yes/Yes TSSOP-38, LQFP-48 2.65
TMS320F28023 50 — — 12 64 Boot 9 4 0 1 9 7-13/260 1-2 — 1 1 1 — — — 3.3 20-22 Yes/Yes TSSOP-38, LQFP-48 2.45
TMS320F28022 50 — — 12 32 Boot 9 4 0 1 9 7-13/260 1-2 — 1 1 1 — — — 3.3 20-22 Yes/Yes TSSOP-38, LQFP-48 2.25
TMS320F28021 40 — — 10 64 Boot 9 — 0 1 9 7-13/500 1-2 — 1 1 1 — — — 3.3 20-22 Yes/Yes TSSOP-38, LQFP-48 2.20
TMS320F28020 40 — — 6 32 Boot 9 — 0 1 9 7-13/500 1-2 — 1 1 1 — — — 3.3 20-22 Yes/Yes TSSOP-38, LQFP-48 1.99
TMS320F280200 40 — — 4 16 Boot 8 — — — 8 7-13/500 1-2 — 1 1 1 — — — 3.3 20-22 Yes/Yes TSSOP-38, LQFP-48 1.85
283x Delfno™ (Floating Point) MCUs
TMS320C28346 300 Yes — 516 — Boot 24 9 3 6 19 — — 2 1 3 2 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.2 88 — BGA-256 16.39
TMS320C28345 200 Yes — 516 — Boot 24 9 3 6 19 — — 2 1 3 2 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.1 88 — BGA-256, BGA-179 14.42
TMS320C28344 300 Yes — 260 — Boot 24 9 3 6 19 — — 2 1 3 2 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.2 88 — BGA-256 12.78
TMS320C28343 200 Yes — 260 — Boot 24 9 3 6 19 — — 2 1 3 2 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.1 88 — BGA-256, BGA-179 11.25
TMS320C28342 300 Yes — 196 — Boot 16 6 2 4 14 — — 1 1 3 2 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.2 88 — BGA-256 10.17
TMS320C28341 200 Yes — 196 — Boot 16 6 2 4 14 — — 1 1 3 2 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.1 88 — BGA-256, BBGA-179 8.95
TMS320F28335 150 Yes — 68 512 Boot 18 6 2 6 16 16/80 — 2 1 3 1 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.9 88 — BGA-179, LQFP-176 15.65
TMS320F28334 150 Yes — 68 256 Boot 16 6 2 4 14 16/80 — 2 1 3 1 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.9 88 — BGA-179, LQFP-176 14.75
TMS320F28332 100 Yes — 52 128 Boot 16 4 2 4 14 16/80 — 1 1 2 1 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.9 88 — BGA-179, LQFP-176 13.85
28x Fixed Point MCUs
TMS320F28235 150 Yes — 68 512 Boot 18 6 2 6 16 16/80 — 2 1 3 1 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.9 88 — BGA-179, LQFP-176 14.55
TMS320F28234 150 Yes — 68 256 Boot 16 6 2 4 14 16/80 — 2 1 3 1 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.9 88 — BGA-179, LQFP-176 13.72
TMS320F28232 100 Yes — 52 128 Boot 16 4 2 4 14 16/80 — 1 1 2 1 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.9 88 — BGA-179, LQFP-176 12.88
TMS320F2812 150 — — 36 256 Boot 16 — 2 6 8 16/80 — 1 — 2 1 — 1 16-bit 1.9 56 — BGA-179, LQFP-176 15.75
TMS320F2811 150 — — 36 256 Boot 16 — 2 6 8 16/80 — 1 — 2 1 — 1 — 1.9 56 — LQFP-128 14.75
TMS320F2810 150 — — 36 128 Boot 16 — 2 6 8 16/80 — 1 — 2 1 — 1 — 1.9 56 — LQFP-128 13.85
TMS320F2809 100 — — 36 256 Boot 16 6 2 4 14 16/80 — — 1 2 4 — 2 — 1.8 35 — BGA-100, LQFP-100 12.95
TMS320F2808 100 — — 36 128 Boot 16 4 2 4 14 16/160 — — 1 2 4 — 2 — 1.8 35 — BGA-100, LQFP-100 11.60
TMS320F2806 100 — — 20 64 Boot 16 4 2 4 14 16/160 — — 1 2 4 — 1 — 1.8 35 — BGA-100, LQFP-100 8.70
TMS320F28044 100 — — 20 128 Boot 16 16 — — 24 16/80 — — 1 1 1 — — — 1.8 35 — LQFP-100 9.95
TMS320F2802 100 — — 12 64 Boot 8 3 1 2 9 16/160 — — 1 1 2 — 1 — 1.8 35 — BGA-100, LQFP-100 7.10
TMS320F2801 100 — — 12 32 Boot 8 3 1 2 9 16/160 — — 1 1 2 — 1 — 1.8 35 — BGA-100, LQFP-100 5.80
TMS320F2802-60 60 — — 12 64 Boot 8 3 1 2 9 16/267 — — 1 1 2 — 1 — 1.8 35 — LQFP-100 4.75
TMS320F2801-60 60 — — 12 32 Boot 8 3 1 2 9 16/267 — — 1 1 2 — 1 — 1.8 35 — LQFP-100 3.95
TMS320F28016 60 — — 12 32 Boot 10 4 0 2 10 16/267 — — 1 1 1 — 1 — 1.8 35 — LQFP-100 3.50
TMS320F28015 60 — — 12 32 Boot 10 4 0 2 10 16/267 — — 1 1 1 — — — 1.8 35 — BGA-100, LQFP-100 3.25
28x ROM MCUs
TMS320C2812 150 — — 36 — 256 16 — 2 6 8 16/80 — 1 — 2 1 — 1 16-bit 1.9 56 — BGA-179, LQFP-176 —
TMS320C2811 150 — — 36 — 256 16 — 2 6 8 16/80 — 1 — 2 1 — 1 — 1.9 56 — LQFP-128 —
TMS320C2810 150 — — 36 — 128 16 — 2 6 8 16/80 — 1 — 2 1 — 1 — 1.9 56 — LQFP-128 —
TMS320C2802 100 — — 12 — 64 8 3 1 2 9 16/160 — — 1 1 2 — 1 — 1.8 35 — BGA-100, LQFP-100 —
TMS320C2801 100 — — 12 — 32 8 3 1 2 9 16/160 — — 1 1 2 — 1 — 1.8 35 — BGA-100, LQFP-100 —
1
All devices available in Pb-Free/Green packaging. All TMS320C28 devices in LQFP package are available as AEC Q100 qualified. New products are listed in bold red.
2
Timers include CPU timers, PWM timers, eCAP timers, and Watchdog timers.
*Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent 2009 suggested resale pricing for baseline packages. All prices are subject to change.
Minimum quantity order for all ROM devices is 10K units, NRE charge is $11,000 for C28x™.
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Selection Guides
Audio Clocks
Programmable Multiple PLL Clock Synthesizer Family with Fully-Integrated Fan Outs
Device
Core
Supply
Voltage
(V)
I/O
Voltage
(V)
Number
of PLL
Number
of
Outputs
(LVCMOS)
Max.
Output
Frequency
(MHz)
Input
Frequency
(MHz)
Fully
Integrated
VCXO
Circuitry
Except
Crystal
Oppm
Frequency
Generation
Spread-
Spectrum
Clocking
on all
Outputs
Support
Frequency
Switching Programmability Package
Temp.
Range
(°C)
Period
Jitter
(pa)
(typ)
CDCE949 1.8 2.5 to
3.3
4 9 230 Crystal: 8 to
32 LVCMOS:
Up to 150
Yes Yes Yes Yes I
2
C and EEPROM TSSOP-24 –40 to
+85
60
CDCE937 1.8 2.5 to
3.3
3 7 230 Crystal: 8 to
32 LVCMOS:
Up to 150
Yes Yes Yes Yes I
2
C and EEPROM TSSOP-20 –40 to
+85
60
CDCE925 1.8 2.5 to
3.3
2 5 230 Crystal: 8 to
32 LVCMOS:
Up to 150
Yes Yes Yes Yes I
2
C and EEPROM TSSOP-16 –40 to
+85
60
CDCE913 1.8 2.5 to
3.3
1 3 230 Crystal: 8 to
32 LVCMOS:
Up to 150
Yes Yes Yes Yes I
2
C and EEPROM TSSOP-14 –40 to
+85
60
CDCEL949 1.8 1.8 4 9 230 Crystal: 8 to
32 LVCMOS:
Up to 150
Yes Yes Yes Yes I
2
C and EEPROM TSSOP-24 –40 to
+85
60
CDCEL937 1.8 1.8 3 7 230 Crystal:
8 to 32
LVCMOS: Up
to 150
Yes Yes Yes Yes I
2
C and EEPROM TSSOP-20 –40 to
+85
60
CDCEL925 1.8 1.8 2 5 230 Crystal:
8 to 32
LVCMOS: Up
to 150
Yes Yes Yes Yes I
2
C and EEPROM TSSOP-16 –40 to
+85
60
CDCEL913 1.8 1.8 1 3 230 Crystal: 8 to
32 LVCMOS:
Up to 150
Yes Yes Yes Yes I
2
C and EEPROM TSSOP-14 –40 to
+85
60
CDCE906 3.3 2.5 to
3.3
3 6 167 Crystal:
8 to 54
LVCMOS &
Differential:
Up to 167
No Yes Yes
(only 1 PLL)
Yes SMBus and
EEPROM
TSSOP-20 0 to
70
60
CDCE706 3.3 2.5 to
3.3
3 6 300 Crystal:
8 to 54
LVCMOS &
Differential:
Up to 200
No Yes Yes
(only 1 PLL)
Yes SMBus and
EEPROM
TSSOP-20 –40 to
+85
60
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Selection Guides
Analog Multiplexers and Switches
Analog Multiplexers and Switches
Device
r
on

(max)
r
on
Flatness
(max)
r
on
Mismatch
(max)
V+
(V) (min)
V+
(V) (max) ESD
Total
Harmonic
Distortion
(THD) (%)
ON Time,
OFF Time
(ns) (max) Package(s) Features
SPST
TS5A3166 0.9 0.15 — 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.005 7, 11.5 SC70-5, SOT-23, WCSP
TS5A3167 0.9 0.15 — 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.005 7, 11.5 SC70-5, SOT-23, WCSP
SPST x 2
TS5A23166 0.9 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.005 7.5, 11 US8-8,WCSP
TS5A23167 0.9 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.005 7.5, 11 US8-8,WCSP
TS5A21366 1 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.002 72, 318 USB-8, µQFN 1.8-V Logic Compatible
Inputs
TS3A4741 0.9 0.4 0.05 1.65 3.6 2-kV HBM 0.003 14, 9 SSOP-8, MSOP-8
TS3A4742 0.9 0.4 0.05 1.65 3.6 2-kV HBM 0.003 14, 9 SSOP-8, MSOP-8
SPST x 4
TS3A4751 0.9 0.4 0.05 1.65 3.6 4-kV HBM 0.013 14, 9 14/TSSOP, SON, µQFN
SPDT
TS5A3153 0.9 0.15 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.004 16, 15 US8-8, WCSP-8
TS5A3154 0.9 0.15 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.004 8, 12.5 US8-8, WCSP-8
TS5A3159 1.1 0.15 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.01 35, 20 SC70-6, SOT-23
TS5A3159A 0.9 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.004 30, 20 SC70-6, SOT-23, WCSP
TS5A3160 0.9 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.004 6, 13 SC70-6, SOT-23
TS5A4624 0.9 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.004 22, 8 SC70-6
TS5A6542 0.75 0.25 0.25 2.25 5.5 15-kV
Contact
(IEC L-4)
0.004 25, 20 WCSP-8
TS5A12301E 0.75 0.1 0.1 2.25 5.5 8-kV
Contact
(IEC L-4)
0.003 225, 215 WCSP-6 (0.4-mm pitch)
SPDT x 2
TS5A23159 0.9 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.004 13, 8 MSOP-10, QFN-10
TS5A23160 0.9 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.004 5.5, 10 MSOP-10
TS3A24157 0.6 0.04 0.07 1.65 3.6 2-kV HBM 0.005 35, 25 µQFN-10, VSSOP
TS3A24159 0.3 0.04 0.05 1.65 3.6 2-kV HBM 0.003 35, 25 WCSP-10, SON, VSSOP
TS5A26542 0.75 0.25 0.25 2.25 5.5 15-kV
Contact
(IEC L-4)
0.004 25, 20 WCSP-12
TS5A22362 0.74 0.46 0.23 2.3 5.5 2.5-kV
HBM
0.01 80, 70 WCSP-10, SON-10, VSSOP Negative Signal I/O
Capability
TS5A22364 0.74 0.46 0.23 2.3 5.5 2.5-kV
HBM
0.01 80, 70 WCSP-10, SON-10, VSSOP Negative Signal I/O
Capability
TS5A22366 1 0.51 0.2 2.25 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.02 375, 325 WCSP-12 (0.4-mm pitch),
µQFN-10
Negative Signal I/O
Capability
DPDT x 2
TS3A44159 0.45 0.1 0.07 1.65 4.3 2-kV HBM 0.003 23, 32 TSSOP-16, SON, µQFN
SP3T
TS5A3359 0.9 0.25 0.1 1.65 5.5 2-kV HBM 0.005 21, 10.5 US8-8, WCSP-8
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Package (SOT23)
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DGK, DGS
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RHC, RGA, RGP, RGW,
RGY, RGE, RGU, RHD,
RGL, RGD, RHB, RGF,
RHA, RTA, RGN, RGZ,
RGQ, RGC, RHE, RHF,
RSB, RTE
Thin Quad Flatpack (TQFP) PBS, PJT, PFB, PAG
Small Outline Transistor
(SOT223)
DCY, DCQ
Heat Sink Thin Quad Flatpack
(HTQFP)
PHD, PHP, PAP
Small Outline Integrated
Circuit (SOIC)
D, DTH, DTC, DW, DWU
Package Type
Package
Designator
Thin Shrink Small
Outline Package
(TSSOP)
PW
Plastic
Dual-In-Line
Package
(PDIP)
P, N, NT, NTD
Heat Sink
Small Outline
Package
(HSOP)
DWP, DWD
Heat Sink Thin
Shrink Small
Outline Package
(HTSSOP)
DDV
Power
Small Outline
Package
(SSOP)
DKP
(slug down),
DKD
(slug up)
Ball Grid
Array
(BGA)
ZAS, ZQE
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Table of Contents
Audio Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Audio Overview

Audio Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Headphone Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Microphone Preamplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Volume Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Audio Amplifiers

Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Portable Audio Codecs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Portable Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Portable Audio Converters with Touch-Screen Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Performance Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Audio Converters

Interface and Sample Rate Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

USB Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Interface and Sample Rate Converters

Digital Audio Processors and SoCs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 PWM Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Floating-Point DSPs and Applications Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 TMS320C2000™ Microcontrollers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Analog Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Analog Multiplexers and Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Selection Guides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

USB Audio

Processors

Analog Switches

Selection Guides and Resources
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Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers (PurePath™) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages (PurePath) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Class-G Amplifiers, Class-AB Headphone Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Microphone Preamplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Line Drivers/Receivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Line Driver and Headphone Amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Signal Conditioning Amplifers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Volume Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Audio Codecs and Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Digital Audio Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Digital Audio SoCs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 PWM Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Floating-Point DSPs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 OMAP-L13x Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 DaVinci™ Technology Digital Media Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 TMS320C2000 Microcontrollers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Audio Clocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Analog Multiplexers and Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Audio Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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Sample Rate Converter

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Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
Design Considerations for High-Power, Analog-Input, Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
Output Filter Design • Most of TI’s Class-D amplifiers operate without a filter when speaker wires are less than 10 cm . • When speaker wires are long, place a second-order low-pass (LC) filter as close as possible to the amplifier’s output pins . • The filter must be designed specifically for the speaker impedance because the load resistance affects the filter’s quality factor, or Q . • A ferrite bead may also eliminate very high-frequency interference . PCB Layout • Place decoupling capacitors and output filters as close as possible to the amplifier IC . • When using a ferrite bead filter place the LC filter closest to the IC . • Always connect the PowerPAD™ connection to the power ground . • When the PowerPAD package serves as a central “star” ground for amplifier systems, use only a single point of connection for the analog ground to the power ground .

Output Power per Channel • Maximum power is decided primarily by power supply (output voltage and current) and speaker impedance . • Efficiency of Class-D amplifiers is typically between 80% and 90%, which reduces demands on the power supply design . • The maximum input signal level dictates the required power amplifier gain to achieve the desired output power . • For best noise performance, the gain should be as low as possible .

High-Power, Analog-Input, Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
300 160 150 125 100 45 40 25 20 15
TPA3110D2 TPA3112D1 TPA3123D2 TPA3100D2 TPA3122D2 TPA3121D2/TPA3124D2 TAS5412/TAS5422 TAS5414A/TAS5424A TPA3106D1

N N
TAS5613 TAS5611

TAS5630 TAS5615

Product Highlights
• TAS5613 o PurePath™ HD integrated closed-loop feedback technology improves THD+N and efficiency • TAS5611 o PurePath HD integrated closed-loop feedback technology improves THD+N and efficiency • TPA3111D1 o 10-W filter-free mono amplifier with SpeakerGuard™ • TPA3113D2 o 6-W filter-free stereo amplifier with SpeakerGuard

N N

N

Output Power (W)

12 10 9 6 3 4.5 8.0 8.5

TPA3004D2 TPA3111D1 TPA3101D2 TPA3125D2 TPA3002D2 TPA3113D2 TPA3003D2

N

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DC Volume Quad Stereo

N
15 18 22 24 26 30

Mono

10

14

45

50

Supply Voltage (V)

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0 TPA2011D1/37D1/39D1 TPA2018D1 (Mono) TPA2016D2 (Stereo) N Product Highlights • TPA2011D1/37D1/39D1 o Mono Class-D amplifiers o Auto short-circuit recovery o Variable gain (’2011D1) o 2-V/V fixed gain (’2037D1) o 4-V/V fixed gain (’2039D1) o WCSP package (0 . connect to the appropriate signal as per TI datasheet .2 3.Audio Amplifiers (Class-D) Design Considerations for Low-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers Output Power per Channel • Maximum power is decided primarily by power supply and speaker impedance . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams.7 1. • For louder volume from the speakers.5 8. the gain should be as low as possible . which reduces demands on the power supply design . • A ferrite bead filter can also reduce very high-frequency interference .5 TPA2012D2 (Stereo) TPA2015D1 TPA2100P1 (Mono) TPA2014D1 (Mono) TPA2006D1 (Mono) TPA2005D1 (Mono) Legend Boosted Class-D SmartGainTM AGC/DRC Piezo Traditional 3. Low-Power.com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . • For best noise performance.7 2. visit www. place a 2nd-order low-pass LC filter as close as possible to the amplifier’s output pins .8 TPA2017D2 (Stereo) TPA2032/3/4D1 (Mono) Output Power (W) 2. 5 PCB Layout • Place decoupling capacitors and output filters as close as possible to the amplifier IC . use a TI Class-D amplifier with an integrated boost converter or SmartGainTM AGC/DRC function .5-mm pitch) o Integrated DAC noise filter 2. Output Filter Design • Most of TI’s Class-D amplifiers operate without a filter when speaker wires are less than 10 cm .8 2.75 2.4-mm pitch) o Integrated DAC noise filter • TPA2015D1 o Mono Class-D amplifier o Built-in boost converter o Battery-monitoring AGC o WCSP package (0 . • When using a PowerPAD™.6 Supply Voltage (V) 4.5 TPA2035D1 (Mono) TPA2013D1 (Mono) TPA2036D1 (Mono) TPA2010D1 (Mono) TPA2031D1 (Mono) 2.1 1. • Dynamic Range Compression (DRC) increases the average volume. optimizes the audio to fit the dynamic range of the speaker and protects the speaker from high power damage . Analog-Input.4 1.0 For a complete list of Low-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers. Class-D Speaker Amplifiers 3.5 1.5 1. • Efficiency of Class-D amplifiers is typically between 80 and 90%.5 5. • For very stringent EMC requirements.ti. • An integrated boost converter provides louder volume at low battery levels . • The maximum input signal level dictates the required gain to achieve the desired output power . see page 25.45 1.

see page 26.6 Audio Amplifiers (Class-D) Design Considerations for Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers Output Filter Design • Most of TI’s Class-D amplifiers operate without a filter when speaker wires are less than 10 cm . PCB Layout • Class-D amplifier outputs switch at relatively high frequencies. place a second-order low-pass (LC) filter as close as possible to the amplifier’s output pins . • Maximum power is decided primarily by power supply (output voltage and current) and speaker impedance .com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . • The filter must be designed specifically for the speaker impedance because the load resistance affects the filter’s quality factor.1 support (SE) TAS5701 • 2. or Q .1 support (SE) TAS5710 • Speaker EQ • 3D. • Place decoupling capacitors and output filters as close as possible to the amplifier IC . PurePath™ Digital-Input I2S Class-D 20-W Speaker Amplifiers Closed-Loop I2S Amps TAS5706A • Speaker EQ • 2.com/lit/sloa120 ➔ Output Power per Channel • After determining the number of speakers in a system. bass boost • 2.1 support (SE) For a complete list of Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers.ti. and require additional attention to external component placement and trace routing . 3D. bass boost • 2-band DRC TAS5704 • Closed loop • 2. • Always connect the PowerPAD™ connection to the power ground . • When the PowerPAD package serves as a central “star” ground for amplifier systems.1 with external amp H/W Control I2S Amps TAS5708 • Speaker EQ TAS5716 • Speaker EQ • 3D. stereo • Speaker EQ N TAS5707 • Speaker EQ TAS5711 N • Speaker EQ. bass boost • 2-band DRC TAS5713 • 25 W. use only a single point of connection for the digital and analog grounds to the power ground . place the LC filter closest to the IC . • A ferrite bead may also eliminate very high-frequency interference . • Efficiency of Class-D amplifiers is typically between 80% and 90%. similar to switch-mode power supplies. the gain should be as low as possible . • When using a ferrite bead filter.1 with external amp TAS5706B • Speaker EQ • 2.ti. • When speaker wires are long. which reduces demands on power-supply designs when compared to Class-AB amplifier requirements . • EMI from high-frequency switching is a major design challenge . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. • The maximum input signal level dictates the required power amplifier gain to achieve the desired output power . • For best noise performance. specify the output power for each channel . bass boost • 2-band DRC • 2.1 with external amp TAS5709 • Speaker EQ • 3D. visit www.1 support (SE) Open-Loop I2S Amps TAS5705 • Speaker EQ • 2. • See the application brief “PowerPAD Layout Guidelines” for IC package layout and other design considerations at: http://www.

• See grounding layout guidelines in the application report “System Design Considerations for True Digital Audio Power Amplifiers” (TAS51xx) at: http://www. • PWM-input Class-D amplifiers require significantly less heat-sinking than equivalent Class-AB amplifiers . or Q . place the LC filter closest to the IC . Output Filter Design • Most of TI’s Class-D amplifiers operate without a filter when speaker wires are less than 10 cm .ti. and require additional attention to external component placement and trace routing . specify the output power for each channel .Audio Amplifiers (Class-D) Design Considerations for PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages Output Power per Channel • After determining the number of speakers in a system.com/lit/slaa117a 7 • See the application brief “PowerPAD™ Layout Guidelines” for package layout and other design considerations at: http://www.ti.ti. PCB Layout • Class-D amplifier outputs switch at relatively high frequencies. • The filter must be designed specifically for the speaker impedance because the load resistance affects the filter’s quality factor. which reduces demands on power-supply designs when compared to Class-AB amplifier requirements .com/lit/sloa120 Heat • PWM-input Class-D amplifiers operate at high efficiencies . place a second-order low-pass (LC) filter as close as possible to the amplifier’s output pins . • A ferrite bead may also eliminate very high-frequency interference . • EMI from high-frequency switching is a major design challenge . • When using a ferrite bead filter in conjunction with an LC filter. PurePath™ PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages 130 Legend Open-Loop Feedback Closed-Loop Feedback Pin-for-Pin Compatible (DDV) Product Highlights TAS5352(A) (125 W) TAS5162 (210 W) TAS5261 (315 W) 110 TAS5176 Dynamic Range (dB) (15 W) TAS5132 (30 W) TAS5342(A)/ TAS5342L(A) (100 W) N N 105 TAS5103 (15 W) TAS5102 (20 W) TAS5186A (210 W total)* TAS5616 (160 W) TAS5631 (300 W) • TAS5614 o 150-W/125-W stereo PWM-input power stage o PurePath™ HD integrated closed-loop feedback technology enables ultra-low THD+N across frequencies for natural sound • TAS5612 o 150-W/125-W stereo PWM-input power stage o PurePath HD integrated closed-loop feedback technology enables ultra-low THD+N across frequencies for natural sound N N TAS5612 (125 W) TAS5614 (150 W) 100 TAS5602 (20 W) N TAS5630 (300 W) 15 20 30 50 100 150 200 250 300 Output Power per Channel (W) For a complete list of PWM-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. • Maximum power is decided primarily by power supply (output voltage and current) and speaker impedance . • Place decoupling capacitors and output filters as close as possible to the amplifier IC . visit www. • When speaker wires are long.com/audio *Multi-channel and mono devices feature total power. Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . • Efficiency of Class-D amplifiers is typically between 80% and 90%. similar to switch-mode power supplies. see page 26.

the gain should be as low as possible . see page 27.com/lit/sloa120 ➔ Output Power per Channel • After determining the number of speakers in a system.1 TPA1517 TPA6211A1 TPA6011A4 3 TPA6012A4 TPA6013A4 N N TPA6030A4 2.5 5.ti. • The power supply must provide continuous current to support the desired maximum power .5 7 9. visit www. • Maximum power is decided primarily by: o Power supply (output voltage and current) o The amplifier’s maximum output voltage o Speaker impedance • Maximum efficiency is –40% with Class-AB amplifiers . • When a headphone drive is part of the design.ti. TPA0211 Output Power (W) 2 1.7 1. TPA6205A1 TPA0253 4 4. • TI’s Class-AB speaker amplifiers feature the PowerPAD™ package. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. specify the output power for each channel .8 TPA6020A2 TPA6021A4 TPA6010A4 TPA6017A2 TPA0172 TPA02x2 TPA02x3. Heat • Class-AB amplifiers run hotter than equivalent Class-D amplifiers . • For best noise performance.com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . • Driving 2 W per channel in stereo systems generates 6 W of heat with an efficiency of –40% . using a PCB as a heatsink .25 1 2.8 Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB) Design Considerations for Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers gain to achieve the desired output power .5 TPA6204A1 TPA6203A1. Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers 6 3.5 10 Legend Stereo Mono 15 18 Supply Voltage (V) For a complete list of Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers. most Class-AB amplifiers can change outputs from bridge-tied load (BTL) to single-ended (SE) configurations. eliminating the need for an additional amplifier . • See the application brief “PowerPAD™ Layout Guidelines” for package layout and other design considerations at: http://www. • The maximum input signal level dictates the required power amplifier Features • Class-AB amplifiers offer several different ways to control the gain or volume: o External resistors (similar to traditional op-amp circuits) o Integrated gain-setting resistors o DC volume control o I2C volume control • Most of TI’s portfolio provides the three latter control options .

from 16 W to 600 W . • TI counters this high-pass filter issue with capless and DirectPath™ technologies . visit www. • Placing DC-blocking capacitors between the speaker and the amplifier causes a high-pass filter and equates to poor bass response .5 3. With this design.6 4.5 W TPA6120A2 (Stereo) Product Highlights • TPA6140A2/41A2 o High-efficiency.ti. an amplifier can be powered by a bipolar supply and have an output biased to ground .com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . 9 Headphone Architecture Traditional CO DirectPath™ Capless Split-Supply +15V Class-G + DirectPath CO –15V VBIAS Headphone Amplifiers 1. see page 27.6 1. Both amplifier outputs then have a VDD /2 bias. always ensure that it can handle the power at the specified voltage range and headphone impedance . • When choosing an amplifier.Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB) Design Considerations for Headphone Amplifiers Issues to Consider When Using Single-Ended Power Supplies • Most amplifiers work with single +3 .3-V or +5-V supplies . ensuring that no DC passes through a speaker .5 30 Supply Voltage (V) For a complete list of Headphone Amplifiers. o DirectPath-enabled devices include an internal charge pump which creates a negative power rail inside the device . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. o Capless creates a virtual ground (VDD /2) for the headphone connector .4-mm WCSP • TPA6135A2/36A2 o Fixed-gain o DirectPath™ o Hi-Z mode o QFN (’6135) 150 mW TPA611xA2 (Stereo) Output Power/Channel (Max) 138 mW TPA6130A2 (Stereo) 80 mW TPA4411 (Stereo) TPA152 (Stereo) TPA610xA2 (Stereo) TPA6140A2/41A2 (Stereo) TPA6132A2 (Stereo) TPA6135/36A2 (Stereo) Legend Traditional 75 mW 50 mW 25 mW N N 5. Class-G o I2C volume control (’6140) o Hi-Z mode o 0 .5 10 DirectPath™ Capless Split-Supply Class-G + DirectPath 1. • These power supplies require a DC-biased amplifier output to ensure undistorted output .8 2. Headphone Impedance and Power • Headphone impedances can vary greatly.

Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems TPA6040A4 Speaker Enable Gain (dB) LDO Voltage 2. 15. • VBias on ground sleeve removes the caps.4 • I2C volume control • Stereo DirectPath headphones • +12-dB max gain • Two inputs TPA2054D4 • I2C volume control • Stereo DirectPath headphones • +30-dB max gain • Three inputs TPA6045A4C 2. 15. codecs or speakers are separated from each other by industrial or board design requirements . 21. which provide significantly better noise immunity . 12. visit www. but can inject a hum or damage the amplifier if ground loopback occurs with an external device . see page 28.6.6 3.75 V Mute: High Enable: Low 6. 802 . 21. • The size and expense of DC-blocking capacitors has led to capless methods to implement output . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams.3 Legend Class-AB TPA6040A4 Class-D 2. • It can be particularly problematic if the amplifiers.9 TPA6041A4 Mute: High Enable: Low 10.ti. 15.11 and Bluetooth® radios can create noise problems for amplifiers . 21. 10. 12.5 5.com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 .5 4.6 4.3 V TPA6045A4C Mute: Low Enable: High 10. 15. ➔ Radio Emission Interference in Notebook PCs • RF emissions from mobile data add-in cards. 12.6.6.6 4.6 All TPA604x Sub-Systems • Stereo Class-AB speaker • DirectPath headphones • Integrated LDO Output Power (W) TPA2050D4 2.10 Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB and Class-D) Design Considerations for Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems • For additional design flexibility. 21. use devices with differential inputs.75 V TPA2051D3 • • • • • I 2C volume control Stereo DirectPath™ headphones SpeakerGuard™ Mono Bypass switches TPA6047A4 TPA6041A4 2. Headphone Outputs Serving as Line Outs • Traditional Class-AB design allowed headphone outputs to be used as line outs . • DirectPath™ solutions eliminate ground loopback and improve bass response .6 3.3 V TPA6047A4 Mute: Low Enable: High 10.6.5 Supply Voltage (V) For a complete list of Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems.

• Digitally-controlled microphones are remotely controllable and have easily recallable settings. • At a given gain. 11 Outputs: Differential vs. a differential output will give an additional 6 dB of dynamic range . offering significant advantages when compared to their analog control counterparts . • Differential outputs from a microphone preamplifier will help ensure that the differential input on the receiver will reject any common-mode interference induced on the cable by cancelling out the common noise on both connections . Microphone Preamplifiers Legend Digital Control Analog Control PGA2500 • 0 dB. digitally controlled microphones allow signals to be preamplified and converted closer to the source rather than sending tiny µV signals across meters of cable . 10 dB to 60 dB of programmable gain in 3-dB steps • –122-dBu EIN at gain = 30 dB • Three general-purpose outputs INA217 • Low noise 1.3 nV/ Hz • Gain setting with external resistor • Wide supply range +9 V to ±25 V Integration For a complete list of Microphone Preamplifiers. If the amplified differential microphone signal is taken directly to an ADC. microphone preamplifiers will have low EIN values to ensure that only the audio source is amplified instead of the noise .Audio Amplifiers Design Considerations for Microphone Preamplifiers Control Methods: Analog vs.ti. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. Equivalent Input Noise (EIN) Considerations • EIN is a key specification in defining a microphone preamplifier . Digital • Analog control microphone preamplifiers typically use a variable resistor on a product’s front panel that can be changed during performance . 10 dB to 65 dB of programmable gain in 1-dB steps • –128-dBu EIN at gain = 30 dB • Four general-purpose digital outputs Performance INA163 • Low noise 1 nV/ Hz • Gain setting with external resistor • Wide supply range ±9 V to ±25 V • Surface-mount package SO-14 PGA2505 • 0 dB. visit www. • Ideally. microphone preamplifiers exhibit a certain amount of input noise that is amplified together with the audio source . • Many high-performance ADCs require differential inputs .com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . • In the live sound and recording industry. see page 28. a single-ended output is sufficient to process signals needing further processing . SingleEnded • Inside a product.

recording and broadcast—to keep signals clean and interference free . Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers N OPA1611/2 OPA1632 MC33078 NE5532/4 RC4580 RC4560 N OPA164x OPAx827 OPA627 OPAx604 OPAx134 DRV134/5 • SE-to-differential line driver • Can drive up to 600 INA134/7 • Differential-tosingle-ended instrumentation amps INA2134/7 • Differential-tosingle-ended instrumentation amps • Dual package Product Highlights DRV602 DRV600 Performance DRV601 • 2 VRMS/3 VRMS • SE inputs • 2 VRMS/3 VRMS • Differential inputs N DRV604 • 2-VRMS line driver • 40-mW headphone amplifier DRV603 • 2 VRMS/3 VRMS • Power sense UVP • OPA1611/12 o Ultra-low noise: —– 1 .12 Audio Amplifiers Design Considerations for Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers Balanced-Line I/O for Professional Audio Applications • Balanced-line I/O is used in professional audio environments— live. Overall Op Amps • When selecting an op amp. balanced-line I/O offers two advantages: o The noise induced is near equal and should be cancelled by a balanced-line receiver as common-mode noise .com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . ground-centered 2-VRMS output . see pages 28 and 29. • Most audio DACs have a sub-4 VPP with a DC bias –2 . • Bipolar op amps are ideal input devices for low-impedance output sources requiring low noise amplification . such as with a musical instrument . • BJT (bipolar)-based op amps exhibit lower input impedance and offer lower input noise . • FET-input devices are ideal when the output impedance of the source isn’t easily known.000015% at 1 kHz o Supply range: ±2 .6 mA/channel o Rail-to-rail output swing to within 600 mV with 2-Ω load • DRV604 o Integrated 40-mW headphone amp and 2-VRMS line driver o DirectPath™ eliminates the need for DC blocking caps o Ultra-low noise floor: 7 µV o Ultra-low DC offset: <1 mV Legend Line Driver/Receiver 2 VRMS Driver Bipolar Amplifier FET Amplifier Integration For a complete list of Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers.3 V or 5 V . o Having inverted signals on both conductors also adds another 6 dB to the dynamic range for the same supply voltage . • By having equal impedance to ground on both conductors.25 V to ±18 V from 3 . investigate its input stage . ➔ Driving 2 VRMS for Audio/Visual Applications • Almost all audio coming into a television has a ground-centered 2-VRMS output . • This solution adds complexity. especially if the rest of the devices are using only 3 . visit www. • TI’s DRV60x family integrates the amplifier and charge pump to create positive and negative rails for clean. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams.5 V .ti. • The traditional solution for generating a ground-centered 2-VRMS output is to run an output op amp stage from a higher voltage bipolar power supply (±12 V) .1 nV/√H z o Ultra-low distortion: 0 . • FET-based op amps usually have a very high input impedance .

0002% • 31.5-dB to –95. the DAC’s inherent noise will be attenuated along with the audio .0002% • 31.5-dB attenuation • ±5-V supplies PGA2310 • 120-dB dynamic range • THD+N at 1 kHz = 0. see page 29.5-dB attenuation • ±15-V supplies Performance • Improved THD+N over PGA2310 • THD+N at 1 kHz = 0. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams.5-dB to –95.5-dB to –95.0004% • 31. • For controlling DAC output. using fewer bits to represent the signal while the noise level remains the same . visit www. at maximum. • Broadcast signal swings can easily be 25 VPP or higher . • Combining fewer bits to represent a signal with a fixed-noise level will increasingly reduce the dynamic range as the volume changes .Audio Amplifiers Design Considerations for Volume Controls Supply Voltage: Signal Swing • DAC outputs typically have a swing of around 3 VPP . Maintenance of Dynamic Range • Multiplying the DAC’s digital value by < 1 is an acceptable way to control volume for many applications.com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ .ti. • Knowledge of the signal amplitude that will be attenuated is critical when choosing digitally controlled analog volume controls . will be below 5 VPP . 13 Volume Controls PGA2320 PGA2311 • 120-dB dynamic range • THD+N at 1 kHz = 0. • By changing the volume in the analog domain while under digital control. ±5-V devices are more than adequate to provide 10-VPP headroom for a signal that.0003% • Same pinout as PGA2310 • ±15-V supplies Legend Line Input/Output (Attenuation up to 27 VPP) DAC Output Attenuation (DAC output level ~2 VRMS) Integration For a complete list of Volume Controls.5-dB attenuation • ±5-V supplies PGA4311 • 4-channel version of PGA2311 • 120-dB dynamic range • THD+N at 1 kHz = 0.

Processing Allocation and Software Reusability • Host processors in handheld consumer electronics are being given more tasks. With multiple functions come different radios and sampling rates . o Audio functions include 3-D effects. industrial design or mechanical design requirements .ti. Portable Audio Codecs TLV320AIC3104 TLV320AIC3105 TLV320AIC3106 102 Stereo TLV320AIC3107 TLV320AIC3101 Stereo Stereo Product Highlights TLV320AIC34 Four-Channel N TLV320AIC31 TLV320AIC32 TLV320AIC33 TLV320AIC36 Stereo Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) (dB) TLV320AIC3204 TLV320AIC3254 Stereo 100 Stereo N TLV320AIC3111 Mono ADC/Stereo DAC • TLV320AIC36 o Stereo codec with DirectPath™ headphone driver o miniDSP for advanced audio processing and custom algorithms • TLV320AIC3111 o Codec with stereo Class-D speaker amplifier o miniDSP for advanced audio processing and custom algorithms • TLV320AIC3120 o Mono codec with mono Class-D speaker amplifier o Advanced filtering capabilities TLV320AIC3100 TLV320AIC26 97 Mono ADC/Stereo DAC Mono ADC/Stereo DAC TLV320AIC3110 Mono ADC/Stereo DAC TLV320AIC29 Mono ADC/Stereo DAC 95 TLV320AIC3120 Mono Legend Embedded miniDSP PCM3793A Stereo 92 Integrated Class-D Amplifier PCM3794A Stereo Integration For a complete list of Portable Audio Converters. visit www. o Offloads the host processor . • Look for devices that can work with digital microphones or have differential inputs. Embedded miniDSP • The miniDSP allows customers to run advanced audio algorithms on the audio codec . easy software reusability and the ability to allocate the processing to either input or output functions . o Simplifies regression testing .com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . • Placing the codec or ADC close to the microphone often conflicts with user preference. o The ability to independently sample and process these two signals . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. equalization. see pages 29 and 30. pushing processor MIPS allocations and design schedules . Running algorithms on the codec: o Optimizes system partitioning . both of which provide significantly better noise immunity . o Look for devices with broad. Look for codecs with: o Multiple independent analog and digital interfaces . notch filters or noise cancellation . Simultaneously Handling Multiple Audio Sources • Designers of handheld consumer electronics don’t have the option of focusing on a single sample rate or audio signal source .14 Audio Converters Design Considerations for Portable Audio Codecs • One solution is to offload a number of audio functions to a DAC or codec . ➔ Reducing Noise on Microphone Inputs • Microphone signals are susceptible to noise injection because of the low peak-to-peak range of 10 mV .

com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . Processing Allocation and Software Reusability • Host processors in handheld consumer electronics are being given more tasks. equalization. o Look for devices with broad. Portable Audio Converters 102 PCM1807/8 Stereo ADC Product Highlights • TLV320DAC3120 o Mono DAC with mono Class-D amplifier o Advanced filtering capabilities PCM177x 100 Stereo DAC Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) (dB) TLV320DAC32 Stereo DAC Legend DAC TLV320DAC26 97 Stereo DAC ADC Integrated Class-D Amplifier 95 Mono DAC N TLV320DAC3120 92 PCM1870A Stereo ADC TLV320ADC3001 TLV320ADC3101 Stereo ADC Integration For a complete list of Portable Audio Converters. Look for codecs with: o Multiple independent analog and digital interfaces . pushing processor MIPS allocations and design schedules . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. o The ability to independently sample and process these two signals . easy software reusability and the ability to allocate the processing to either input or output functions 15 Simultaneously Handling Multiple Audio Sources • Designers of handheld consumer electronics don’t have the option of focusing on a single sample rate or audio signal source . With multiple functions come different radios and sampling rates . o Audio functions include 3-D effects. • Look for devices that can work with digital microphones or have differential inputs.Audio Converters Design Considerations for Portable Audio Converters Reducing Noise on Microphone Inputs • Microphone signals are susceptible to noise injection because of the low peak-to-peak range of 10 mV . notch filters or noise cancellation . • Placing the codec or ADC close to the microphone often conflicts with user preference. industrial design or mechanical design requirements .ti. both of which provide significantly better noise immunity . visit www. see page 29. • One solution is to offload a number of audio functions to a DAC or codec .

16 Audio Converters Design Considerations for Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controllers Other Methods for Using TSCs to Offload Host Processing • Host processors in handheld consumer electronics are being given more tasks. • One solution is to offload a number of audio functions to the DAC or codec functions of a TSC . software reusability and the ability to allocate the processing to either input or output functions Supporting Varying Mechanical System Designs • The preferred solution with a single integrated TSC + audio device or a discrete TSC and audio codec may depend on whether a handheld device is built on: o A single-board platform. 11-mW playback • Programmable audio effects TSC2111 Mono ADC/Stereo DAC 95 • • • • • 95-dB dynamic range 4-wire touch-screen interface Programmable audio effects Stereo. visit www. which reduces processing efficiency . see page 32.ti. equalization. look for “smart” TSCs with the ability to generate coordinates with minimal interaction from the host .com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . o Audio functions include 3-D effects. ➔ Using Touch-Screen Controllers (TSCs) to Offload Host Processing • TSCs detect contact and then require the host to handle as many as 40 to 50 register read/write cycles . • To reduce this load on the host. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. Portable Audio Converters with Touch-Screen Controller TSC2300 Mono ADC/Stereo DAC TSC2302 Stereo Codec TSC2301 Stereo Codec TSC2117 Mono ADC/Stereo DAC 98 • 98-dB dynamic range • 4-wire touch-screen interface • I2S interface • 98-dB dynamic range • 4-wire touch-screen interface • I2S interface • 98-dB dynamic range • 4-wire touch-screen interface • 4x4 keypad interface • I2S interface • miniDSP • 4-wire touch-screen interface • I2S interface • Stereo class-D speaker amplifiers TSC2102 Stereo DAC SNR (dB) 97 • 97-dB stereo playback • Low-power. capless headphone amp Battery-connected speaker amp Legend Touch-Screen Controllers with: DAC Codec Integration For a complete list of Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller. such as a candy bar o A PDA form factor o An in-dual board platform like a flip phone • TI offers a wide selection of standalone TSCs and audio codecs as well as integrated TSC + audio devices for all types of system designs . • These requirements create additional interrupts and processing cycles. notch filters or noise cancellation o Look for devices with integrated audio. pushing processor MIPS allocations and design schedules .

• A small micro. SPI shift register or I2C expander can allow control from a remote source . differential PCM16xx PCM180x 105 Multichannel DACs Multichannel Codec PCM175x PCM174x PCM178x PCM30xx 100 Stereo ADCs Stereo DACs Stereo Codecs Integration For a complete list of Performance Audio Converters. a converter may have a dynamic range of up to 132 dB . • At its peak. • When choosing converters or codecs. a standard CD has 98 . many of the least significant bits in a 24-bit audio word may be noise . design complexity and time to market . programmable gain and S/PDIF transmitters into a single package reduces cost. not bit depth . visit www. confirm both the control method and the existence of additional I/O (GPIO. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. not its quality . single ended • PCM1789 o 113-dB DAC – stereo. Performance Audio Converters PCM1792/4 PCM1796/8 Stereo DACs Product Highlights Legend DAC Codec PCM422x 120 Stereo ADCs PCM4202/4 Stereo ADC/ Four-Channel ADC 115 PCM4104 Four-Channel DAC ADC • PCM3168A o 113-dB DAC – 8 channel.ti. • In professional environments. differential • PCM1691 o 111-dB DAC – 8 channel.Audio Converters Design Considerations for Home and Professional Audio Converters Dynamic Range • Home and professional audio converter performance is measured in dynamic range. • Integrating functionality such as multiplexers. SPI or I2C) for the main processor to support the device . control is typically through either SPI or I2C . • A 24-bit converter describes its output format.com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . differential o 107-dB ADC – 6 channel.08-dB (16-bit) dynamic range . 17 Control Methods • Converters can be controlled in many different ways. • For products with increased integration. see page 29. many simply by tying pins high and low . Analog Integration and Multichannel Support • TI’s highly integrated range of consumer converters support complex signal-chain designs . single ended differential SNR (dB) N PCM4201 Four-Channel Mono ADC 110 N PCM3168A 6 x ADC 8 x DAC PCM1789 PCM1791/3 Stereo DACs PCM1690/91 • PCM1690 o 113-dB DAC – 8 channel. Therefore.

” lowering the amount of jitter on incoming data streams . adding noticeable distortion in high frequencies . stereo. choose S/PDIF receivers with low jitter .ti. visit www. etc . stereo.) . 212-kHz Fs • 128-dB dynamic range • –125-dB THD+N • 28-pin SSOP SRC4184 • 24 bit. 96 kHz and 192 kHz • 28-pin TSSOP DIR9001 • S/PDIF/AES3 receiver • DIR1703 replacement • Up to 24 bit. stereo. System Partitioning • System partitioning options include discrete transmitters.S/PDIF and AES/EBU Transmitter DIR .S/PDIF and AES/EBU Receiver DIX . • Jitter is introduced when digital audio clocks are generated or regenerated from a different clock source and by using interconnects that have significant parasitic impedance (capacitance. S/PDIF Interface Products and Sample Rate Converters SRC4192/3 • 24 bit. • For the smallest adverse impact on the audio content. 4 channel. stereo. stereo.S/PDIF and AES/EBU Transceiver Combo SRC Integration For a complete list of S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters.com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . 212-kHz Fs • 144-dB dynamic range • –140-dB THD+N • 64-pin TQFP SRC4392 • 2-channel combo SRC and DIX • 144-dB dynamic range • –140-dB THD+N • 48-pin TQFP SRC4190 • 24 bit. • SRCs allow similar phaseindependent sample rates to be brought into systems without the need for time alignment/word clock distribution . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. 212-kHz Fs • 128-dB dynamic range • –125-dB THD+N • 64-pin TQFP SRC4382 • 2-channel combo SRC and DIX • 128-dB dynamic range • –125-dB THD+N • 48-pin TQFP PCM9211 • 216-kHz S/PDIF transceiver • 12x S/PDIF inputs • 3 I2S inputs. • Flexible functionality allows end products to be either: o A clock master (and SRC from the outside to its internal process clock) o A slave to an external clock (and SRC the output to the new clock rate) ➔ Design Considerations for S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters Sample Rate Converters (SRCs) • SRCs create sample rate and phase-independent interfaces between fixed-rate digital processors and the outside world .18 Interface and Sample Rate Converters Jitter Sensitivity • Jitter can be a major problem in a digital audio system . as well as combinations of transceivers and SRCs . inductance. 216 kHz • 48-pin TQFP DIX9211 • 216-kHz S/PDIF transceiver • 12x S/PDIF inputs • 3 I2S inputs. 2 I2S outputs • 101-dB stereo ADC • 48-pin LQFP Performance DIX4192 • Pro S/PDIF/AES3 transceiver • Up to 24 bit. • SRCs can serve as “jitter cleaners. AES/EBU DIT . 4 channel. • Jitter in digital audio systems moves the sampling instant back and forth in time. 212-kHz Fs • 144-dB dynamic range • –140-dB THD+N • 28-pin SSOP SRC4194 • 24 bit. 2 I2S outputs • 48-pin LQFP DIT4192 DIT4096 • Pro S/PDIF/AES3 transmitter • Up to 24 bit. receivers and stand-alone SRCs. 96 kHz • Low 50-pS jitter Legend SRC S/PDIF. see page 32.

rewind.USB Audio Design Considerations for Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface Programmable vs.ti. 19 I/O Considerations (S/PDIF. fast-forward. • For the highest flexibility and performance defined by an external converter. USB Codecs • For designers with little USB experience. Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface TAS1020B Performance and Integration TUSB3200A Streaming Controller Streaming Controller • Up to 4 channels • Cost optimized PCM2912A USB Codec Legend USB Audio Controller • Programmable • Stereo and multichannel • Interface to DSPs. volume up/down. etc .com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . DACs and ADCs USB Codec • Single-chip solution • Easy implementation • 92-dB dynamic range USB DAC • Single-chip solution • Easy implementation • 98-dB dynamic range • General purpose • 6 channels PCM2906B USB Audio Codec • Mono record. I2S. one of the biggest challenges is deciding between a plug-and-play device and one that requires coding . play. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. codecs. many USB audio products now offer: o S/PDIF I/O o Raw PCM data (in I2S form) o Human interface device (HID) functionality • HID functionality allows control of PC/Mac applications: o Mute. • TI codecs (PCM2xxx) deliver an extremely simple plug-and-play experience by being completely USB-class compliant . the TAS1020B and TUSB3200A offer completely programmable solutions based on an 8052. HID) • Beyond analog audio in and out. see page 33. 8-bit processor core . visit www. stereo playback • Integrated mic preamp • HID interface • Self/bus powered • W/SPDIF PCM2704 USB Audio DAC PCM2702 USB Audio DAC • Self/bus powered • Self powered Generation Timeline For a complete list of Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface. stop.

• Analog inputs can be either single ended or differential . • ROM-based cores: o Are not fully programmable o Feature a fixed-process flow that can be configured • Example: Each audio channel might have a bank of seven fixed-frequency bi-quad filters in which only the gains can be altered by a user • RAM-based cores are fully programmable: o Example: A user can implement any desired number of bi-quad filters on a channel and specify gain. such as TI’s TAS53xx family o Are beneficial because the audio stream is maintained as digital for as long as possible ➔ Input Considerations Audio SoC inputs can be digital or analog . 48-bit digital audio processing core • Programmable with PurePath Studio TAS3208 • 10:1 stereo input MUX • Stereo ADC • Six DACs • Fully-programmable 135-MHz. 48-bit digital audio processing core • Programmable with PurePath Studio Legend Digital Audio SoC Stand-Alone DSP For a complete list of Digital Audio Processors and SoCs. 48-bit digital audio processing core • Programmable with PurePath Studio N TAS3202 • 2:1 stereo input MUX • Stereo ADC • Stereo DAC • Fully programmable 135-MHz. analog or PWM . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams.20 Processors Design Considerations for Digital Audio Processors and SoCs Audio Processing Considerations The digital core of an audio SoC can be based on two types of architectures. ROM or RAM . • Differential inputs are robust against TDMA noise generated by mobile phones . visit www. • Single-ended circuits are simpler and require fewer components . bandwidth.ti. such as an MP3 decoder or DSP . • Differential circuits offer better noise performance . • Digital outputs are in an I2S or S/PDIF form o I2S is useful if the output signal is being sent to another IC o S/PDIF is generally used for an output that is expected to be routed to an external audio system • Analog outputs: o Can be either single ended or differential o Reference input consideration section for benefits of each type of output • PWM outputs: o Can be routed directly to an H-bridge PWM power stage. see page 34. • Digital inputs in the I2S form are suitable if the audio source is digital in nature.com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . Digital Audio Processors TAS3103A • 812-S channels • Fully-programmable 135-MHz. 48-bit digital audio processing core • Programmable with PurePath™ Studio TAS3308 • 10:1 stereo input MUX • Stereo ADC • Six PWM outputs • Fully-programmable 135-MHz. 48-bit digital audio processing core • Programmable with PurePath Studio TAS3204 • Two 3:1 stereo input MUX • Four differential ADCs • Four differential DACs • Fully-programmable 135-MHz. and center frequency Output Considerations Audio SoC outputs can be digital.

1 markets . loudness • PSU volume control • 102-dB dynamic range TAS5028 • 8 channel • 48-bit audio processing • Volume.ti. For a complete list of PWM Processors. see page 34. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams.Processors Design Considerations for PWM Processors Digital Amplifier Chipset • The digital audio PWM processor is the first chip in a two-chip digital amplifier chipset . see page 20. treble/bass. stereo • 94-/96-/102-dB dynamic range • 32 to 192 kHz Channels Some TI’s digital audio processors and SoCs SoC’s also include PWM outputs. • Some PWM processors include a digital audio processor to handle post-processing functions such as: o Volume control o Treble/bass control o EQ o Bass management o Compression/limiting o Loudness • Channel counts vary from stereo versions to multichannel. treble/bass. EQ.1. visit www. • Software configurability and pin-for-pin compatibility allow a single board to be used for many design platforms . loudness • PSU volume control • 102-dB dynamic range Dynamic Range TAS5504A • 4 channel • 48-bit audio processing • Volume. 6 . EQ. EQ. ADC or interface (S/PDIF) and converts the data into PWM format . • The PWM data is passed to the power stage that drives the speaker . Some ofof TI’s digital audio processors andalso include PWM outputs. See page 20 for details. channel mapping • PSU volume control • 102-dB dynamic range TAS5001/10/11 • 2 channel • 24 bit. treble/bass. 21 PurePath™ PWM Processors Legend Multichannel Stereo Pin/SW Compatible TAS5518C • 8 channel • 48-bit audio processing • Volume. channel mapping • Bass management • 107-dB dynamic range TAS5508B • 8 channel • 48-bit audio processing • Volume. • It accepts PCM data from a DSP. loudness • PSU volume control • 110-dB dynamic range TAS5086 • 6 channel • Volume.com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . ideal for the 5 .1 and 7 .

These devices are ideal for professional audio products. industrial.ti. The new OMAP-L13x applications processors combine an ARM9 processor with a floating-point DSP to provide the ability to implement user interfaces or networking stacks . electronic keyboards ➔ TMS320C67x™ processors. see page 35. mixers.com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . speed. medical. designers now have the ability to bring connectivity and more portability to audio applications . visit www. speech recognition and voice-over packet . the industry’s highest performance floating-point DSPs. digital imaging. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. medical. multi-purpose functional units and up to sixty-four 32-bit registers • Industry’s most advanced DSP C compiler and assembly optimizer maximize efficiency and performance OMAP-L13x Applications Processors • Integrate GUIs and/or networking capabilities into portable designs with ARM9 + C674x floating-point DSP • Operating system flexibility with Linux or DSP/BIOS™ real-time kernel • Pin-for-pin compatible with TMS320C674x DSP C674x DSP • Industry’s lowest-power floating-point DSPs • High precision and wide dynamic range enabled through the 32-/64-bit accuracy of the floating-point DSP core • Pin-for-pin compatible with OMAP-L13x applications processor C672x DSP • Sixty-four 32-bit registers • Large (32-KB) program cache • dMAX DMA engine tuned for audio performance C671x DSP • L1/L2 cache architecture • Thirty-two 32-bit registers • EDMA DMA engine Applications • Professional audio products. biometrics. power savings and dynamic range with performance ranging from 600 to 2100 MFLOPS .22 Processors Design Considerations for Floating-Point DSPs and Applications Processors • Eight independent. With the new TMS320C674x low-power floating-point processors. digital imaging. musical foot pedals. speech recognition and voice-over packet. offer precision. industrial. Key Features • 100% code-compatible DSPs • Advanced VLIW architecture • Up to eight 32-bit instructions executed each cycle Floating-Point Processors Roadmap S o f t w a re C o m p a t i b l e Future C6748 OMAP-L137 Performance C6727 C6726 C6722 C6720 C6747 >300 MHz OMAP-L138 C6743 >300 MHz >300 MHz C6746 >300 MHz C6713 300 MHz 250 MHz 300/250 MHz 250 MHz 250/200 MHz 200 MHz C6742 >200 MHz C6745 >300 MHz 225 MHz C6713 C6711D Legend Production New Preview Future 167 MHz C6701 Flo n ati g- P t oin C6711D 200 MHz C6712D 150 MHz 150 MHz C6711 100 MHz C6712 Time For a complete list of Floating-Point Processors. audio synthesis • Instrument/amplifier modeling • Audio conferencing • Audio broadcast • Emerging audio applications in biometrics.

com/audio Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ ➔ .5-MSPS ADC 8 Devices F281x F280x • 60 to100 MIPS • 32 to 256-KB Flash • 150-ps PWM 12 Devices F280x Generation For a complete list of C2000 Microcontrollers. I2C. visit www.0b ports • High-resolution PWM modules with a maximum resolution of 150 ps • On-chip 12-bit ADC with up to 16 channels and up to 12 . EMIF Target Audio Applications • Class-D amplifier control • Musical effects • Low-latency audio processing TMS320C2000™ Microcontrollers Roadmap 100% Software-Compatible Devices Delfino™ MCUs • 200 to 600 MFLOPS • Up to 0. the C2000 MCU provides a powerful single-chip solution ideal for many audio applications such as Class-D amplifier control and low-latency audio processing . Combined with integrated Flash and RAM memory blocks. see page 38. Specifications • Single-cycle 32x32-bit MAC • Only processors with full software compatibility between fixed-point and floating-point • Full software compatibility across all C2000 platform controllers • All C28x™ microcontrollers are AEC Q-100 qualified for automotive applications Key Features • Robust software library drastically reduces development time • Best-in-class compiler efficiency • Low-cost development tools starting at $39 Peripherals • SCI. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams.5-MB Flash/RAM • 176 to 256 pins • I2S.Processors Design Considerations for TMS320C2000™ Microcontrollers The 32-bit C2000™ MCU family offers up to 150-MHz performance with floating-point capabilities and highly integrated analog peripherals . SPI. I2S. EMIF Performance 9 Devices F2833x/C2834x F281x • 150 MIPS • 128 to 256-KB Flash • 12.5 MSPS 23 Delfino™ MCUs F2833x/C2834x (with floating point) • Up to 300 MIPS and 600 MFLOPS for real-time analysis • Up to 512-KB Flash and 516-KB RAM • 6-channel DMA support for ADC.ti. McBSP and CAN 2 .

must be compatible with the digital source to ensure proper operation of the switch . see page 40.24 Analog Switches Design Considerations for Analog Multiplexers and Switches VIH/VIL Compatibility • The signal switch is controlled by the output of a digital source in most applications . On-State Resistance (ron) Tradeoffs • ron contributes to signal loss and degradation . switches that are placed between the audio jack and the blocking capacitor need to support audio signals that swing below ground . On-State Resistance Flatness [ron(flat)] • On-state resistance flatness specifies the minimum and maximum value of ron over the specified range of conditions . ➔ V+ and the Max Analog Signal Amplitude • V+ determines the analog signal amplitude that can be passed without clipping for noncharge-pump switches . • Switches with integrated charge pumps can elevate the gate voltage above V+ (at the expense of larger I+) and thus pass signals of a magnitude greater than V+ .com/audio Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . Negative Signal I/O Capability • Switches that interface with “capfree” headphone amps such as the TPA6130A2 from TI need to be able to support audio signals that swing below ground . • The gate(s) of the pass transistors must be biased relative to the minimum and maximum values of the expected input voltage range . Analog Switches Optimized for Audio Applications 5 Specified Voltage Range (V+) 4 3 TS3A4xxx TS3A24xxx Series • Low voltage • Low ron TS5A31xx TS5A231xx TS5A46xx Series TS5A6xxx TS5A26xxx Series TS5A1xxx TS5A2xxx TS5A45xx Series TS3A5xxx Series • Low voltage • Lower Con • Higher bandwidth 2 1 • Low ron • Wide operating range • Low ron • Wide operating range • High ESD • Control input voltage range • Lower Con • Higher bandwidth 0. • Conditions may include changes in temperature or supply voltage . visit www. making it easy to pass both positive and negative signals . For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams. • Some switches feature negative signal capability and allow signals below ground to pass through the switch without distortion.25 to 3 8 to 15 On-State Resistance Range (ron) For a more detailed list of Analog Multiplexers and Switches optimized for audio applications.ti. • The control signal levels. o Leads to larger die sizes and increased channel capacitance (CI/O) o Limits the frequency response of the switch • Switches using charge-pump technology can achieve low ron and CI/O but require significantly higher I+ . • Non-charge-pump switches achieve low ron with large pass transistors . • When used with audio amps that use a DC-blocking capacitor. VIH and VIL.

04 0. Fixed Gain.2 0.5 5.2 0. 1. Medium Power. Differential Analog Inputs Quad.2 80 77 70 75 77 90 86 86 80 75 75 95 75 75 75 82 91 75 75 Package(s) QFN WCSP TSSOP TSSOP WCSP.55 5.30 5.75 3. New products are listed in bold red.1 0.5 5.45 1.5 5. Volume Control.5 5.025 0. Preview products are listed in bold blue.5 0.5 2.80 25 *Suggested resale price in U.2 0.8 4 2.45mm WCSP Package. PSSOP-44 80 QFP-64.5 1.10 0.10 0.5 5. Internal Gain 2 V/V. Single-Ended Analog Inputs Stereo.85 3.5 5.65 0.5 5.7 2.45 1.3 2.65 0.5 5.03 0.5 5. QFN-48 70 TSSOP-28 80 HTQFP-48 70 TSSOP-28 80 TQFP-48 70 TSSOP Price* 5.5 1.1 0.2 0.5 2.04 0.45 4. MSOP Price* 1.75 2.70 1.5 (max) 50 50 36 36 24 24 22 22 26 26 30 26 26 30 26 26 18 26 26 26 14 26 14 5. I2C Interface TPA2035D1 Fully Differential.5 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0.5 4 2.1 0. HTQFP-64 75 SSOP-44 70 HLQFP-32 70 TSSOP-28 60 HTSSOP-24 80 HTQFP-48.5 2.5 0.45 3.55 2.7 1.05 PSRR (dB) Package(s) 80 QFP-64.25 0.00 1.7 2.49 0. Ideal for Docking Stations Piezo Electric Speaker Driver External Gain with Integrated DAC Noise Filter Output Min Load Power Supply (V) Half Power Stereo/ Power Impedance THD+N at PSRR Mono (W) (W) (min) (max) 1 kHz (%) (dB) Stereo 2.025 0.80 10.S.06 0. High Power.8 2.90 0.5 2. with Auto Recovery TPA2032/3/4D1 Smallest Solution Size. PSSOP-44 75 HTQFP-64 75 HTQFP-64 75 SSOP-36.0 2. Low-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers Device TPA2017D2 TPA2016D2 TPA2000D2 TPA2000D4 TPA2012D2 TPA2001D2 TPA2100P1 TPA2011D1 Description Stereo.45 1.07 < 0.65 0.15 0.99 1.30 5.04 0.1 4 1. Power. Automotive.5 4.05 0.5 2.5 5. Ideal for Docking Stations Smallest Stereo Amp in 2mm x 2mm WCSP Package Lower Power.5 3 2.90 0.75 2. High Power TPA2015D1 Integrated Boost Converter with Battery Monitor for Constant Output Power TPA2014D1 Integrated Boost Converter.03 0.2 0. Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ ➔ .65 1.5 3. High and Constant Output Power TPA2036D1 Similar to TPA2010D1 with Short-Circuit Auto Recovery TPA2031D1 Similar to TPA2010D1 with Slower Start-Up TPA2010D1 Fully Differential. PSSOP-44 80 QFP-64.49 TPA2037/39D1 Fixed Gain with Integrated DAC Noise Filter 2V/V. 4 V/V TPA2013D1 Integrated Boost Converter.04 0.2 4 3. Preview products are listed in bold blue.5 4.07 0.04 0.2 0. 3 V/V.03 0.90 3.55 TBD 0.2 0. Automotive. Ideal for Docking Stations Headphone Amp.2 0. WCSP WCSP WCSP WCSP WCSP QFN.75 2.Selection Guides Audio Amplifiers (Class-D) High-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers Device TAS5630 TAS5615 TAS5613 TAS5611 TAS5412 TAS5422 TAS5414A TAS5424A TPA3106D1 TPA3112D1 TPA3123D2 TPA3100D2 TPA3110D2 TPA3122D2 TPA3124D2 TPA3121D2 TPA3004D2 TPA3125D2 TPA3101D2 TPA3111D1 TPA3002D2 TPA3113D2 TPA3003D2 TPA2008D2 Description 300-W Stereo Analog-Input Closed-Loop Amplifier 150-W Stereo Analog-Input Closed-Loop Amplifier 150-W Stereo Analog-Input Closed-Loop Amplifier 125-W Stereo Analog-Input Closed-Loop Amplifier Stereo. I2C Interface Medium Power.5 10 10 8 8.07 0.07 0.05 0.1 0.25 0.5 2.45 4.5 1. dollars in quantities of 1.08 0.5 5.03 0. Dynamic Range Compression.25 8 19 Vpp 1.5 2. Single-Ended Analog Inputs Quad.08 0.50 1.5 5. 1.85 1.5 5.60 0. *Suggested resale price in U.5 5.5 5. GPIO Interface Dynamic Range Compression. New products are listed in bold red.4-mm pitch) WCSP (0.5 2.30 0.04 0.8 4 2.30 0. PSSOP-44 80 QFP-64.5 2. Fully Differential.5 5.S.2 3.8-V Compatible Shutdown Voltage TPA2005D1 Fully Differential.2 0.5 2.45 4.2 0. Differential Analog Inputs 40-W Mono Amp with Sync Pin 25-W Filter-Free Mono Amp with SpeakerGuard™ Technology 25-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp 20-W Stereo Amp with Sync Pin 15-W Filter-Free Stereo Amp with SpeakerGuard Technology 15-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp in DIP Package 15-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp with Fast Mute 15-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp 12-W Stereo Amp with DC Volume Control 10-W Stereo Single-Ended Amp in DIP Package 10-W Stereo Amp with Sync Pin 10-W Filter-Free Mono Amp with SpeakerGuard Technology 9-W Stereo Amp with DC Volume Control 6-W Filter-Free Stereo Amp with SpeakerGuard Technology 3-W Stereo Amp with DC Volume Control Stereo. Automotive.45mm x 1.80 8.5 5.2 0.2 0.000. QFN-48 70 TSSOP-28 60 PDIP-20 60 TSSOP-24 60 TSSOP-24 80 HTQFP-48 60 PDIP-20 80 HTQFP-48.5 8 8.45 0. Ideal for Docking Stations Output Power (W) 300 150 150 125 100 100 45 45 40 25 25 20 15 15 15 15 12 10 10 10 9 6 3 3 Min Load Impedance (W) 4 8 4 4 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 4 8 3 Power Supply (V) (min) 25 25 18 18 6 6 8 8 10 8 10 10 8 10 10 10 8. WCSP QFN BGA. SmartGain AGC/DRC.30 1.5 2.5 2.85 3. SmartGain AGC/DRC. QFN.5 2. SmartGain™ AGC/DRC.15 0.2 80 Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono 2. Automotive.40 1. QFN TSSOP WCSP WCSP (0.4-mm pitch) WCSP WCSP WCSP QFN.06 0. Medium and Constant Power TPA2006D1 Fully Differential.5 4.2 0.5 5.4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 2. dollars in quantities of 1. Most Package Options See page 34 for complementary PWM processors for PurePath™ power stages.35 0.5 5.1 0. 4 V/V TPA2018D1 Dynamic Range Compression. Med.5 µF Piezo 3.000.

25 4.00 Yes 2. Stereo with Feedback. Stereo with Speaker EQ and DRC 20 W. Digital Power High Power. Supports 2 to 4 Channels.5 10 10 12 — — — — 40 42 41 45 45 48 50 75 — 99 150 5x15 W + 1x25 W Package(s) HTSSOP-56 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-32 HTSSOP-56 HTSSOP-32 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-56 HTSSOP-56 HTSSOP-32 SSOP-36 SSOP-36.26 Selection Guides Audio Amplifiers (Class-D) Power Supply Half Power Output (PVDD) Power 2. Digital Power 100 W. Stereo with Speaker EQ and DRC 20 W.80 2.1 Closed THD+N at On Chip (W) Support Loop (min) (max) 1 kHz (%) SNR (dB) DRC/EQ 20 Yes (w/ext amp) No 0 21 < 0.55 Yes 2. power supply ripple and speaker load impedance. 3D and 2.05 2. Stereo.45 No 3. Hi-Z Pin 20 W. Stereo with Feedback. 3D and 2. PSSOP-44 HTSSOP-44 QFP-64.45 Yes 3. Low Power Stereo. High Power Stereo. Medium Power Mono. DRC.10 4. Supports 2 to 4 Channels.60 4. See page 34 for complementary PWM processors for PurePath™ power stages.30 These power indications should be considered a guide. 2-Band DRC and 3D 20 W. Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 .1 100 Yes 20 Yes No 8 26 < 0.1 99 Yes ➔ Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers (PurePath™) Device TAS5701 TAS5704 TAS5705 TAS5706A TAS5706B TAS5707 TAS5708 TAS5709 TAS5710 TAS5711 TAS5713 TAS5716 Description 20 W. PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages (PurePath™) Device TAS5182 TAS5186A TAS5103 TAS5602 TAS5102 TAS5132 TAS5122 TAS5112A TAS5111A TAS5121 TAS5142 TAS5342LA TAS5342A TAS5152 TAS5612 TAS5352A TAS5614 TAS5616 TAS5261 TAS5162 TAS5631 TAS5176 1 Description Controller Only. H/W Control 20 W.1 106 Yes 25 No No 8 26 < 0. 2-Band DRC. Stereo with Speaker EQ. New products are listed in bold red.1 Support I2C Price* No 2. Speaker EQ and DRC 20 W.25 4.00 Yes 2.40 Yes 2. PSSOP-44 SSOP-36 SSOP-36. as final power output capability will rely heavily on external factors such as heat dissipation techniques. Stereo. H/W Control 20 W.65 Yes 2.30 3.75 Yes TBD Yes 3. Stereo. Speaker EQ and DRC 20 W.1 106 Yes 20 No Yes 10 26 < 0.60 5. Stereo with Feedback. Stereo. Speaker EQ.80 2. Medium Power Mono. Pad Up Package Stereo. Stereo with Speaker EQ and 2-Band DRC 20 W.000. 2-Band DRC and 3D 20 W. Medium Power PBTL Power1 — — — — — — — — — — 200 214 220 240 250 268 300 300 — 331 600 — BTL Power1 — — 15 20 20 25 30 50 70 100 100 113 117 125 125 138 150 150 210 210 300 2x30 W +1x40 W SE Power1 — 5x30 W + 1x60 W 7. PSSOP-44 QFP-64.1 99 Yes 20 No No 8 26 < 0.45 4.25 3.00 Yes 3. Stereo with Feedback. PSSOP-44 HTSSOP-44 Price* 6.1 105 Yes 20 Yes (w/ext amp) Yes 10 26 < 0.35 2. Low Power Stereo.00 1. Stereo.1 99 No 20 Yes (w/ext amp) No 8 23 < 0. HTSSOP-44 QFP-64. *Suggested resale price in U.95 4. Pin Compatible with TAS5142 125-W Stereo PWM-Input Closed-Loop Amplifier 125 W. High Power 300-W Stereo PWM-Input Closed-Loop Amplifier 6-Channel. Stereo with Speaker EQ.15 See page 34 for complementary PWM processors for PurePath™ power stages.75 2. Supports 2 to 4 Channels. Pad Down Package 20 W.000. Stereo.40 3. DRC and 2.45 4.45 5.1 106 Yes 20 Yes Yes 10 26 < 0. *Suggested resale price in U.1 106 Yes 20 No Yes 10 26 < 0. High Power High Power.50 1. For Use with External FETs Highest Integration Power 15 W. HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-44 SSOP-36 QFP-64. dollars in quantities of 1.1 100 Yes 20 No No 8 26 < 0. Speaker EQ. Digital Power 150-W Stereo PWM-Input Closed-Loop Amplifier 150-W Stereo PWM-Input Closed-Loop Amplifier Mono. Speaker EQ. dollars in quantities of 1.1 Support 20 W.S.1 101 No 20 Yes Yes 10 26 < 0.S. Stereo with Feedback.10 3.95 5.1 99 Yes 20 Yes Yes 10 26 < 0.55 Yes 2. Stereo with Feedback. Pin Compatible with TAS5152 100 W. Stereo with Feedback. New products are listed in bold red.1 Support 25 W.

0025 0.05 0.50 1.5 5.06 < 0.05 0.5 5.5 5.5 4.7 1.8 4.40 0. Wide Supply Voltage.05 0.90 2.6 2.S.1 2. Smallest Package Cost Effective.5 5. Fixed Gain.25 0.45 0.6 1. Mono Headphone Stereo/ Mono Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Mono Min Load Output Impedance Power (W) (W) 6 3 3 3 3 2.5 5.15 PSRR (dB) 65 60 82 82 70 85 77 67 77 70 75 85 75 85 90 90 78 78 85 85 Package(s) PDIP-20. Fixed Gain DirectPath with I C Volume Control Hi-Fi.15 0.6 1.1 0.025 0.1 0.06 0. 10-µA ISD Low Cost.35 See page 34 for complementary PWM processors for PurePath™ power stages.5 5. Class-G) Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers Device TPA1517 TPA6030A4 TPA6013A4 TPA6012A4 TPA6011A4 TPA6020A2 TPA6017A2 TPA6010A4 TPA0212 TPA6021A4 TPA0172 TPA6211A1 TPA0233 TPA6204A1 TPA6205A1 TPA6203A1 TPA751 TPA731 TPA721 TPA711 Description Mute.08 0. dollars in quantities of 1. Hi-Z Mode DirectPath.05 0.138 1. Hi-Z Mode DirectPath.95 0.5 5.35 0.8 2.39 0. Class-AB Headphone Amplifiers Device Description DirectPath™. MSOP-8 DSBGA-16.19 0.10 1.5 4.5 18 15 5.6 4. MSOP SOIC.05 0.6 3.05 0.06 0. Fully Differential Stereo with Stereo Headphone. Active High Single Ended Inputs.15 0. QFN-20 SOIC-8 Price* 0.Selection Guides Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB.5 2.33 0.85 0.08 0.5 1. Fully Differential Stereo with Stereo Headphone.5 5.5 4 2.00 2.0005 0.20 0. Fixed Gain.8 0. Low Voltage.15 0.075 Min Load Impedance (W) 16 16 16 16 16 16 32 8 8 8 16 16 16 16 32 Power Supply (V) (min) (max) 2.5 2.5 5.5 2.25 0.5 5.35 0.5 2.1 0.5 2. Active High Single Ended Inputs.70 0.025 0.9 0.0025 0.5 5. Internal Gain.60 0.5 5.32 0.35 0.25 0.6 3. High-Efficiency Class-G.5 5. MSOP SOIC.60 0. 1-µA ISD Headphone.15 0.9 0.5 5.05 0.5 2.05 0.5 5.25 1.000.15 0. High-Efficiency Class-G. Class-G Amplifiers.5 5.06 0. Hi-Z Mode DirectPath.5 5.5 5. MSOP-8 SOIC-8.20 1. Volume Control.025 0.25 0.9 4 16 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Power Supply (V) (min) (max) 9. SO-20 HTSSOP-28 PowerPAD™ PowerPAD HTSSOP-24 QFN-20 HTSSOP-20 HTSSOP-28 TSSOP PDIP-20 TSSOP MSOP.7 1. High Power Fully Differential.S. BGA BGA SOIC.5 10 2. I2C Volume Control.5 4 4.5 5.8-V Compatible Shutdown Voltage Fully Differential. Mute Function. 80 mW into 600 W from a ±12-V Supply at 0. Fixed Gain (14 dB) Ultra-Low Voltage. Highest Power Mono with Stereo Headphone.6 2. Low Power.5 5.5 2. MSOP SOIC.5 5. Current Feedback. 1.5 2.007 PSRR (dB) 109 109 109 109 109 109 75 83 83 83 72 72 72 80 81 Package(s) WCSP WCSP WCSP QFN QFN QFN.5 4.35 0. 10-µA ISD Ultra-Low Voltage.5 2.5 5. New products are listed in bold red. MSOP 27 Price* 1.85 0.5 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0.15 0. Active Low Differential Inputs.8 < 0. Mute 2 Output Power (W) 0. Fully Differential Stereo with Stereo HP.99 2. Volume Control.15 0. Volume Control and Bass Boost.5 2. Fixed Gain (2 dB) Ultra-Low Voltage.45 0. QFN MSOP QFN MSOP. I2C Volume Control Fully Differential.5 2. MSOP-8 MSOP-8 SOIC-8.05 1. SOIC Package. Low-Cost Computing Solution Stereo with Stereo HP. DIP Package. QFN.55 0.5 5. Fully Differential Fully Differential.025 0.55 0.5 5.5 5.0025 0.06 0.55 1. Internal Gain.5 2.000.5 7 4.5 2.5 2. dollars in quantities of 1. MSOP-8 SOIC-8.5 5.5 30 5.39 0. WCSP SO-20 MSOP-10 SOIC-8.025 0. Fully Differential Stereo Audio Power Amplifier with Advanced DC-Volume Control and Input Mux Stereo Audio Power Amplifier with Advanced DC-Volume Control Stereo with Stereo HP.0025 0.0025 0.5 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0.70 Class-G Amplifiers TPA6140A2 TPA6141A2 TPA6136A2 TPA6135A2 TPA6132A2 TPA6130A2 TPA6120A2 TPA6112A2 TPA6111A2 TPA6110A2 TPA6102A2 TPA6101A2 TPA6100A2 TPA4411 TPA152 Class-AB Headphone Amplifiers *Suggested resale price in U.15 0.1 0. External Resistors DirectPath.0025 0. Medium Power.5 4. Active High.35 0. *Suggested resale price in U.5 3.08 0. Summed Inputs Fully Differential.50 0. Low Cost.00014% THD+N Differential Inputs. Internal Gain Hi-Fi.5 2. Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ .5 0.9 0. Single Ended Stereo with Stereo HP.6 2 2 3.5 2. Volume Control.06 0.25 1.6 1. Headphone. Lower Cost Solution Differential Inputs. Hi-Z Mode DirectPath.

1 4 Package(s) SOIC-16.95 1. Low Noise.95 0.S. and 10 dB to 65 dB in 1-dB Steps 0 dB. New products are listed in bold red.8 to ±5.99 1.5 ±1. Wide Range of Gain Gain Range (dB) 0 dB.15 1.1 5.001% Variable 0.6 2.5 Slew Rate (V/µs) 2. Wide Bandwidth. High Performance.000. *Suggested resale price in U. Low Noise.9 (max) 3.5 4. Ground-Biased Output 2-VRMS Line Driver Variable-Gain. Variable Gain 2-VRMS Line Driver Differential Input. Wide Dynamic Range. SOIC-8/14 PDIP-8/14.50 Microphone Preamplifiers Device PGA2500 PGA2505 Device INA163 INA217 *Suggested resale price in U.15 1. Low Distortion.75 0.1 0. Companion to INA134 and INA137 Differential. PDIP-8 SOIC-8 PDIP-8/14. Fully Differential.3 2.5 Variable Variable Variable Power Supply (V) ±1. dollars in quantities of 1.5 5. On-Chip DC Servo Loop Description Mono.5 to ±18 ±4.1 2. ➔ Audio Preamplifiers and Line Drivers Description Digitally Controlled.75-V LDO Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath Headphones and 3.S.5 2.95 Price* 2.8 to ±4.02% Power Supply (V) (min) 2.S.5 75 75 75 ➔ Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems Device TPA6040A4 TPA6041A4 TPA6045A4C TPA6047A4 TPA2050D4 TPA2051D3 TPA2054D4 Description Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath™ Headphones and 4.75 1.. PSSOP-44 Package(s) SO-14 PDIP-8.85 *Suggested resale price in U.05 TBD Line Receivers y denotes dual and/or quad versions are available. dollars in quantities of 1. Ground-Biased Output 2-VRMS Line Driver Differential Input.3 2.7 Package Price* HTSSOP-28 1. Fixed Gain.06 4 4 4 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0.95 4.28 Selection Guides Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB) Speaker Output Power (W) 2. Low Distortion.4 Headphone Output Power (W) 0. dollars in quantities of 1. Variable Gain 2-VRMS with Powersense Technology Gain (V/V) 1.5 3.1 0. Line Driver and Headphone Amplifier Line Driver Output Drive THD+N at Power Capability 5 kW Gain (W) 2 VRMS into 0.5 to ±18 Package(s) SSOP-28 QFP-64.0005 0.000.2 0.9 2.8 to ±4. 0 dB (G=1) 1 V/V Differential. and 10 dB to 60 dB in 3-dB Steps Slew Rate (V/µs) 15 15 Noise (EIN). Wide Range of Gain Mono.1 0.5 ±1.5 5.3-V LDO Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath headphones and 3. Line Drivers Device DRV134 DRV135 INAy1341 INAy1371 1 Description Balanced Output.5 4.5 0. Low Noise.2 0.5 1.1 0. Fully Differential.000. Companion to INA134 and INA137 Balanced Output.30 .25 0. Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . Wide Dynamic Range.0003 0. dollars in quantities of 1.0004 0. SOIC-16 Price* 7.04 5 kW Headphone Min Load Impedance THD+N at (W) 32 W 16 0.5 2.000. SOIC-8/14 Price* 1.5 4.5 5.2 2.4 2. Current Feedback.2 0. DIP Pkg. DirectPath™ 2-VRMS Line Drivers Device DRV600 DRV601 DRV602 DRV603 Description Fixed-Gain.5 to ±18 ±4. Wide Bandwidth.8 to ±4.15 1.95 1. New products are listed in bold red.90 2. On-Chip DC Servo Loop Digitally Controlled.5 5.5 to ±18 ±4 to ±18 ±4 to ±18 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0. Small Pkg.5 PSRR (dB) 80 80 80 65 5.5 ±1. Low Noise.5 5.0005 0.5 Power Supply (V) (min) (max) 4.. Single-Supply. *Suggested resale price in U.05 Device DRV604 Description DirectPath™ 2-VRMS Line Driver and Headphone Amp *Suggested resale price in U.3-V LDO Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath headphones and 3.6 2. High Performance.1 0.0005 0. Current Feedback.004 Power Supply (V) ±5 80 Power Supply (V) ±4. Single-Supply. dollars in quantities of 1.000.70 0.0005 Slew Rate (V/µs) 12 12 14 14 GBW (MHz) 1.3-V LDO Stereo Class-D and DirectPath Headphones (2 Inputs) Mono Class-D Sub-system with DirectPath Headphone Amplifier and SpeakerGuard™ (3 Inputs) Stereo Class-D and DirectPath Headphones (3 Inputs) Package(s) 5x5 QFN-32 5x5 QFN-32 5x5 QFN-32 5x5 QFN-32 WCSP WCSP WCSP Price* 0.S. G = 30 dB –128 dBu 50 GBW (MHz) 8 8 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0.2 2. ±6 dB (G=1/2 or 2) Power Supply (V) ±4.2 Drive Capability 2 VRMS 2 VRMS 2 VRMS 2 VRMS 600-W Load 600-W Load into 2500 W into 2500 W Price* 0.S.03 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0.2 2.

41 29 FET Amplifiers OPA164x OPAx827 OPAx627 OPAx604 OPAx134 — OPA1611/12 High Performance.95 3.5 to ±24 ±2. Skew Rate of 7 V/µs (typ). TSSOP-14 MSOP.5 Package(s) SOL-16 SOL-16. SOIC PDIP-8. Volume Controls Device PGA2320 PGA2310 PGA2311U1 PGA4311U1 1 Description ±15 V. PCM or DSD.S. High Pass Filter. Lower Noise. High-Performance DS ADC. TSSOP-8 PDIP-8.95 7. I2S. Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ Audio Converters ➔ . True FET-Input Power Supply Channel(s) (V) 1. High Slew Rate FET Input.00003 0.5 GBW (MHz) 11 18 16 20 8 45 180 33 44 16 10 12 15 Package(s) SOIC-8. TSSOP-8 Price* 0. 2 1. High Gain Bandwidth — OPAx228 High Precision.5 to ±18 2. Improved THD. +5 +3. SOIC-8/16 MSOP-8.10 1. Unity Gain Stable MC33078 Dual. JFET-Input Ultra-Low THD+N. +5 TQFP-48 TQFP-48 TQFP-64 SSOP-28 TSSOP-16 14. dollars in quantities of 1. Normal.25 1. Single Channel.00008 0. SOIC-8/14 MSOP-8.00 1. DIP-16 SOL-16.95 7.75 12.95 5.50 *Suggested resale price in U. Pin Compatible with PGA2311. Unity Gain Stable High Performance.3. DSD.0002 0.S.00 0.000015 0. 2. MSOP-8 SO-14. Fully Differential.00004 0.5nV/√Hz (5532A) and 5nV/√Hz (5534A) RC4580 Dual. High-Performance DS ADC 2-Channel. Rate (max) (dB) of Outputs (kHz) 124 123 118 118 112 2/0 2/0 4/0 2/0 1/0 216 216 216 216 108 Audio Data Format 6-Bit Modulator. dollars in quantities of 1. DIP-16 SOP-28 Price* 7. *Suggested resale price in U.00003 0. Low Distortion. ±5 V. 2.7 to 5. Low Noise: 1. Capable of Driving 20-V Peak-toPeak into 400-W Loads *Suggested resale price in U. High Pass Filter Mono.000. Pin Compatible with PGA2310. Improved Settling Time: 5 µs OPAx353 Single Supply. PCM or DSD.000.5 to ±18 ±2. SOIC-8 PDIP-8.0003 0. SOIC-8/14 SOIC MSOP-8. DSD Normal.5nV/√Hz — — NE5532A/4A Low Noise. High Gain. SOIC-8. Voltage Swing of 28 VPP ±15 V. 2 1 1. PCM or DSD. Ultra-Low Distortion.5 VPP 4-Channel. I2S.3. Capable of Driving 20-V Peak-to-Peak into 400-W Loads RC4560 Dual.0003 0. SOIC-8 PDIP-8. Wide Digital Supply Range. ±5 V. PDIP-8. Low Inter-Channel Crosstalk. High Pass Filter Stereo.05 1. +4 +3. SOIC-8 PDIP-8. 4 1. DSP Power Supply (V) Package(s) Price* +3. SOIC-8 PDIP-8/14.000. I2S. +5 +3. Low Power Dissipation Portable Focus — — — — — Dynamic No.41 0. 2.75 1. Dual Supply Operation. High-Performance DS ADC. 2 1 1. Bipolar. SO-8.5 ±10 to ±36 ±3 to ±20 ±2 to ±18 ±2 to ±18 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0. Low Noise. 2.3. Voltage Swing of 7. Wide Supply Range.Selection Guides Signal Conditioning Amplifiers and Volume Controls Signal Conditioning Amplifiers Device Description High Performance.S. Voltage Swing of 7. High Precision Difet™. Input Noise Voltage of 3. TDM Normal. TDM Normal.00005 0.05 Slew Rate (V/µs) 22 22 55 25 20 27 50 10 22 7 9/13 5 5.5 to ±18 ±4. Ultra-Low Distortion. TDM Normal.5 to ±18 5 to 32 ±2.00005 0. SOIC-8. Rail-to-Rail. High Precision OPA1632 High Performance. Low Inter-Channel Crosstalk. Wide Bandwidth. High Speed. 4 1. 4 1. High-Performance DS ADC.3.30 0. SOIC-8 PDIP-8.0002 Crosstalk Power at 1 kHz Supply (dBFS) (V) –126 ±15 –126 ±15 –130 ±5 –130 ±5 Voltage Swing (VPP) 27 27 7.0005 0.25 to ±18 ±4 to ±18 ±4. Low Power: 3.75 1. Wide Supply Range.5 7. Ultra-Low Distortion.95 4. High-Performance DS ADC 4-Channel.5 VPP Dynamic Range (dB) 120 120 120 120 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) 0. 4 2 2/1 2 2 ±2. dollars in quantities of 1.0004 0. Voltage Swing of 27 VPP 2-Channel.45 U indicates U-Grade devices. Low Noise: 3nV/√Hz. of Sampling Range Inputs/No. DIP Package.1 nV/√Hz.95 9. Bipolar Amplifiers New products are listed in bold red. +4 +3. DSD.6 mA/Channel. Wide Bandwidth.3.95 2. I2S. — Input Noise Voltage of 4. High Gain.50 0. Audio ADCs Device PCM4222 PCM4220 PCM4204 PCM4202 PCM4201 Description 2-Channel.95 9.0006 — — 0.

95 3.000. Software (1772) and Hardware (1773) Controlled Integrated PLL.30 Selection Guides Audio Converters Portable Focus — — — — — 4 4 4 Dynamic No. SPI Control.3 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TQFP-48 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TSSOP-24 SSOP-16 VFBGA-80 10. SPI/I2C or H/W Control Stereo with Volume Control.95 2. Improved Clock Jitter Stereo.6 TSSOP-16. dollars in quantities of 1.00 1.90 1. Left Justified I2S. TDM I2S TDM.3. Right Justified I2S TDM. I2S. +5 +3. +5 +5 +1.5. DSD Normal. I2S. I S 2 +3. Sound Effect 4 Channel. New products are listed in bold red. +5 +3.45 1.35 1.80 1. I2S. Sampling Rate up to 216 kHz.3. +5 +3. I2S.10 4.6 Package(s) Price* SSOP-28 SSOP-20 SSOP-20 TQFP-32 TSSOP-14 QFN-24 WCSP-16 QFN-24 3.25 1. TDM LJ. Optional DSD Format. DSP. Left.7. +3. Left. DSP and TDM I2S. External Filter and DSP Interface.50 6. Differential Output Current: 7. 3 Inputs Stereo ADC. +5 +3. Very Low Power Consumption Stereo. SE Input.2 mVP-P Stereo Advanced Segment DAC. DSP Normal.3. Right Justified Normal.95 4. +5 +3. Speaker/Headphone Amp. L Normal.35 4 4 +1. SPI (1850) and I2C (1851) Control Stereo ADC. +5 +3. QFN-28. DSP 1. TDMCA Serial Interface (1798) 4 Channel. TDM +2.7 to +3.5. 123-dB Dynamic Range. QFN-20 +2. S/W (1807) H/W (1808) Controlled Low-Power Stereo Audio ADC with Internal PLL and Highly Flexible Digital Filtering. +5 +5 +5 *Suggested resale price in U. SPI/I2C or H/W Control Differential Outputs Octal DAC.3. Single-Ended Outputs. High Performance. L.7 to +3.50 4. SPI/I2C.8 mAP-P Stereo Advanced Segment. 6 Inputs Low-Power Stereo Audio ADC with Internal PLL and Highly Flexible Digital Filtering. +5 +2.35 1. DSP and TDM Normal.40 1. RJ. +5 +3. I2S Normal.25 2.65 2. R. Right Justified Normal. External Filter and DSP Interface. I2S Normal. Fully Differential.6 Normal. Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . TSSOP-16. TDMCA Normal. Single-Ended Outputs. +5 +3. I2S Normal. L.3. +5 +3. Software (1770) and Hardware (1771) Controlled Stereo with Integrated Line Out. I2S Normal.4.10 2. Improved Jitter Performance I2C and SPI Control with Headphone Amp. +3. Open-Drain Output Zero Flag (1782).6 +2. +5 +3. Digital Filter.00 1. DSD Normal.7. I2S 2 +2. QFN-20 +1. Mute w/Fade.3. High Performance.6 to +3.6 +2. Supports DSD with TDMCA 8-Channel. of Sampling Range Inputs/No. R. Pdiss = 11 mW Mono DAC with 2. Sampling Rate up to 216kHz. I2S. DSP Normal.6 to +3. TDM Normal. Software (1780/82) and Hardware (1781).7 to +3. I2S. I2S. H/W or S/W Controlled Octal DAC. Balanced Voltage Outputs. Differential Output DAC. L Standard.60 2. DSP.00 I2S. I2S.5 W into 4-W Mono Class-D Speaker Amplifier Low-Power Stereo DAC with PLL and Stereo HP/Speaker Amplifiers Low-Power Stereo DAC with HP Amplifier.3. Left. Low-Cost DAC.3 +3. DSP 2 ➔ Audio ADCs and DACs Device Description Stereo ADC. I2S.6 QFN-32 QFN-32 QFN-32 QFN-20 TQFP-48 HTSSOP-48 HTSSOP-48 TQFP-52 SSOP-24 SSOP-20 PCM1772/3 TLV320DAC26 TLV320DAC3120 TLV320DAC32 PCM1774 PCM4104 PCM1690 PCM1691 DSD1608 PCM1680 PCM1606 4 4 4 4 4 — — — — — — 98 97 95 95 93 118 113 111 108 103 103 0/2 2/2 2/2 2/4 0/2 0/4 0/8 0/8 0/8 0/8 0/6 48 53 192 96 50 216 192 192 192 192 192 Normal. High Pass Filter Stereo ADC w/2 x 6 Input MUX and PGA.5 to +3.6 TSSOP-28.3.5. Enhanced Multiformat DS DAC.75 1. SPI/I2C Differential Output Current: 3. R. H/W or S/W Controlled Stereo Advanced Segment DAC. I S.3. L I2S. Improved Jitter Performance.55 1. I2S Normal. SE Input.3. +5 +3.3. +5 +3.50 2.95 2. Low-Cost CMOS. I S I2S.3. Optional DSD Format. SPI Control. High Pass Filter Stereo ADC. SE Input Stereo ADC. I2S. SE Input. SPI/I2C or H/W Control 8-Channel. Pin Compatible with PCM1780 6-Channel. +3. I2S. Rate (max) (dB) of Outputs (kHz) 112 105 103 101 101 92 92 90 2/0 2/0 2/0 2/0 2/0 6/0 3/0 2/0 192 96 96 96 96 96 96 50 Audio Data Format Normal. I2S. Pdiss = 23 mW Stereo with Integrated Headphone Driver. Multilevel Power Supply (V) +3. L.S.35 2.70 Audio ADCs (Continued) PCM1804 PCM1802 PCM1803A PCM1850A/1A PCM1807A/8A TLV320ADC3101 TLV320ADC3001 PCM1870A Audio DACS PCM1792A PCM1796/8 PCM4104 PCM1791A PCM1793 PCM1789 PCM1780/81/82 TLV320DAC23 PCM1770/1 — — — — — — — 132 123 118 113 113 113 106 100 98 0/2 0/2 0/4 0/2 0/2 0/2 0/2 0/2 0/2 192 192 216 192 192 192 192 96 48 Standard.45 1.6 +3.

Low-Power Analog Bypass Low-Power Stereo Codec. DSP +4.7 to +3. Serial Interface. I2S +2. Headphone).5 to +3.3. DSP +2.95 2. Hardware Controlled Low-Power Stereo Codec. 2 PLLs and Audio Serial Buses Allow Fully Asynchronous Simultaneous Codec Operation Low-Power Stereo Codec. 3. +2. DSP. L.25 1. Hardware Controlled Low Power. Stereo Receiver). DSP. 3 Line Out and Speaker/HP Outputs Low-Power Stereo Codec. 6 Inputs. PowerTune™ Technology.45 3.6 Normal. I2S. +2. Notch Filtering.45 4.6 Normal. Mono Integrated Class-D Amp) Low-Power Stereo Codec.4-V Single Supply. Integrated PLL.10 1. I2S. L. 2 Inputs. I2S. Digital Mic Support. R. 6 Inputs. TDM +2.7 to +3.7 to +3. +2. I2S. 2 Outputs Mono ADC.7 to +3.6 4 TDM 92 102 96 Normal. 5 Inputs (3 MICs + 2 Line).3. AIC31 – 2 Differential and 2 Single Ended) 2 Line Out and Speaker/HP Outputs Low-Power Stereo Audio Codec. Advanced Programmable Filter Engines. 8 Outputs Audio Codec Stereo Codec with Integrated Mic Preamp and S/PDIF Output Asynchronous Stereo Codec  Low-Power Stereo Codec.S.5 to +5.25 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Normal. 6 Outputs Mono Codec with 2. 6 Inputs (MicLine). Integrated PLL. TDM I2S.4 to +3. 6 Outputs (Line. Low-Power Analog Bypass Low-Power Stereo Codec. DSP. R. 10 Inputs (Mic/Line). Integrated PLL.95 1. +2.6 TDM Normal. 6 SE Inputs (Mic/Line). DSP +4. +2. 6 Outputs (Line.4 to +3. 6 Outputs. DSP. DSP. 2 Inputs. DSP. TDM I2S. 12 Inputs (Mic/Line). 7 Inputs. I2S.25 3.3 +2.5 W into 4-W Mono Class-D Speaker Amplifier. Low-Power Analog Bypass Low-Power Stereo Codec.45 3. Notch Filtering. 2 Outputs Mono ADC.7 to +3.6 4 TDM 4 93 100 192 I2S. Headphone/Speaker). Integrated miniDSP for Enhanced Custom Audio Processing Low-Power Stereo Codec. DSP. I2S.7 to +3.6 TDM Normal.95 3. Integrated PLL. I2S. 3 Inputs. DSP.7 to +3. 4 Outputs (Stereo Line Out and Stereo HP).5 to +3.Selection Guides Audio Codecs and Controllers Audio Codecs Device PCM3168A PCM3052A PCM3060 TLV320AIC3107 TLV320AIC3106 TLV320AIC3254 Description High-Performance. TDM +1. 14 Outputs (Line. Integrated Stereo Headphone Amplifier and Stereo Class-D Speaker Amplifier and Integrated miniDSP Low-Power Stereo Codec.7 to +3. 6 SE/3 Differential Inputs. TDM I2S. I2S. L. Software Controlled Stereo Audio Codec 18-Bits.35 2.5 to +3. Integrated LDO. Integrated PLL.3 4 VFBGA-80. Stereo Codec with Headphone Amps Low-Power Stereo Audio Codec. 2 Outputs SNR Dynamic Sampling Portable ADC Range Rate (max) Audio Data Power Focus (dB) (dB) (kHz) Format Supply (V) — 107 112 96 Normal. 3 Outputs (Line/HP/Class-D Speaker) Low Power. 6 Inputs.25 2. TDM I2S. L.00 2.95 TLV320AIC3007 TLV320AIC3120 TLV320AIC3110 TLV320AIC3100 4 4 4 4 87 90 90 90 93 95 95 95 96 192 192 192 +2. Stereo DAC with Stereo Class-D Speaker Amplifier.95 TLV320AIC3204 PCM3000 PCM3001 PCM3006 PCM3794A PCM3793A PCM3008 TLV320AIC3105 TLV320AIC3104 TLV320AIC3101 TLV320AIC34 TLV320AIC33 TLV320AIC31/32 TLV320AIC36 4 93 — — — — — — 92 92 92 92 90 90 — 100 98 98 93 93 93 88 102 102 102 102 102 100 100 192 48 48 48 48 48 48 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 +1.6 TDM Normal. Stereo Codec.7 to +3. 3-V Supply. 6 Inputs (Mic/Line). Integrated PLL. DSP.6 +2.6 +2.5 to +5. Integrated PLL.60 3.6 Normal. 6 Inputs (Mic/Line). Notch Filtering. TDM Normal.  7 Outputs (Line. L. 7 Outputs (Line.000. L.6 TDM Normal. DSP. 6 Outputs (Line. DSP. R +3.45 3.35 2. I2S. R. Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . +5 92 102 96 Normal. 4 Outputs (Stereo Line Out and Stereo HP). PowerTune Technology. Serial Interface. 6 Inputs (AIC32 – 6 Single-Ended. DSP.1 to +3. Integrated LDO. DSP.7 to +3. Integrated Class-D Amp. Integrated PLL. DSP +2. R. Effects Processing Stereo Audio Codec 18-Bits.6 Normal. DSP.3 to 5 TDM +3. Preview products are listed in bold blue.5 Normal +2. Headphone). L. R. L. Integrated PLL. +5 — 101 105 96 I2S 2 — 99 104 192 I S. I2S.6 Package(s) HTQFP-64 VQFN-32 TSSOP-28 QFN QFN-32. R I2S. DSP.10 2. New products are listed in bold red.7 to +3. DSP. 6 SE/3 Differential Inputs. 10 Inputs (Mic/Line). dollars in quantities of 1. I2S. Digital Mic Support.7 to +3. 6 Outputs (Stereo HP.6 +2. Headphone.95 *Suggested resale price in U. 2.25 4. BGA-80 QFN-32 31 Price* 4. 6 Inputs (Mic/Line).6 TDM I2S. DSP. BGA-80 QFN-32 BGA-80 2. I2S.7 to +3.7 to +3. Headphone/Speaker). Stereo DAC with 2.5 Normal. Low-Power Analog Bypass Low-Power Quad Stereo (4-Channel) Codec. I2S. QFN-28 QFN-32 3. Integrated PLL. Notch Filtering. TDM I2S. Stereo Line.3 4 4 4 4 4 4 TLV320AIC23B TLV320AIC3111 4 92 90 100 95 96 96 +2. L. Low-Power Bypass Low Power.7 to +3.6 QFN-40 QFN-32 QFN-32 QFN-32 2.5 W into 4-W Mono Class-D Speaker Amplifier and Integrated miniDSP. TSSOP-28. I2S. Lower Cost. Stereo Codec. R.6 TDM Normal. Headphone).55 2.10 3. +2.85 3.55 4. +2. R.25 3.6 QFN-32 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-24 QFN-32 QFN-32 TSSOP-16 QFN-32 QFN-32 QFN-32 BGA-87 QFN-48. Integrated PLL. Low Cost. +2. Hardware Controlled Ultra-Low-Power Stereo Codec. 5 Outputs (Line/HP) Ultra-Low-Power Stereo Codec.

Mono ADC.7 to +3. Mono ADC. 3.000.8. DSP I2C.65 4.7 to +3. Speaker/HP Amp. R.3 TQFP-64 SSOP-28 5. 16-Bit. Integrated PLL.1 to +3. 26-ksps Voiceband Codec with 8W Driver Low Power. dollars in quantities of 1. 26-ksps Voiceband Codec with 8W Driver Low Power. Stereo Codec. S2C. SPI I2C. L. ➔ Interface and USB Audio # SRC Channel(s) 2 2 Sample THD+N Rate (max) (dB) (kHz) –140 216 –125 216 Digital Audio Interface AES/EBU.7 to 3. FlipChip TSSOP-30 ➔ Voiceband Codecs Device AIC111 TLV320AIC12K Description Lowest Power.5 1. S2C. 3.7 to +3. I2S Normal. Additional Inputs and Outputs (TSC2111 – Differential) 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface.6 1. Stereo DAC. Lower Cost.7 to +3. R. Low Power. 3. I2S.7 to 3.3 3.65 to 1. Integrated PLL 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface.50 *Suggested resale price in U.7 to 3. Stereo DAC.95/2.50 4.6 +2. 16 Bit.S. Integrated PLL. 26-ksps Voiceband Codec Low Power. Low Power. 16 Bit.95 3.1 to +3. Mono Codec. S/PDIF.3 Yes 1. I2S.6 +2.05 3. Integrated PLL.6 +1. R. DSP I2C. Speaker/HP Amp 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface. Stereo DAC. I2S Normal.1 to +3. Integrated PLL. 4 x 4 Keypad Interface 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface. L. DSP I2C. R. HP Amp. Low Power. S2C.000.20 1.1 to +3.45 4.1 to 1. TSSOP-32 QFN-48 Price* 3.60 TLV320AIC14K 26 1 90 92/84 10 TSSOP-30 1. I2S. 16-Bit.6 +1. HP Amp Dynamic Resolution Range DAC (Bits) (max) (dB) 24 24 97 95 Dynamic Range ADC (dB) 88 88 Sampling Rate (max) (kHz) 53 53 Configuration Mono/Stereo Mono/Stereo Audio Data Format Normal. Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . L AES/EBU.6 1. Stereo ADC. HP Amp. Low Power.35 TLV320AIC20K 26 2 90 92/84 20 TQFP-48 2. DSP I2S. Stereo Class-D Speaker Amplifier.7 to +3.1 to +3. R.7 to 3. Stereo DAC. Stereo ADC.S. BGA-120 QFN-48 2. Stereo Codec.7 to +3. Mono Codec. L I2S.95/2. Low Power. TDM I2S. L.50 Integrated Sample Rate Converters and S/PDIF – AES/EBU Transceivers Device SRC4392 SRC4382 Description High-End Combo Sample Rate Converter Combo Sample Rate Converter 4-Channel.6 +2. DSP.75 TSC2102 TSC2117 TSC2300 TSC2301 TSC2302 24 32 20 20 20 97 95 98 98 98 — 91 88 88 88 53 192 48 48 48 Stereo Mono/Stereo Mono/Stereo Stereo/Stereo Stereo/Stereo TSSOP-32 QFN-48 TQFP-64 TQFP-64.6 +1. DSP Normal.000.95/2. I2S. Stereo DAC. S/PDIF.6 +2.50 6. Speaker/HP Amp. DSP Normal.55 *Suggested resale price in U. Stereo DAC. TDM Normal.7 to +3.8.3 +1. Integrated PLL. SPI Dynamic Range (dB) 144 128 AES Receive Yes Yes AES Power Transmit Supply (V) Yes 1.3 Price* 8. dollars in quantities of 1.6 +2. 20-Bit Low Power.6 +2. Integrated PLL.6 Package(s) QFN-32. DSP Power Analog Supply Logic Supply (mW) (V) Supply (V) (typ) Package(s) 1. TDM Control Interface I2C.S. I2S 2 Power Supply (V) +2. Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller Device TSC2100 TSC2111 Description 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface.65 to 1.6 0.45 4. dollars in quantities of 1. I S. Low Cost 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface. Low Power.95/2.65 to 1.6 1.6 +1.8. Mono ADC. Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter 192-kHz Stereo Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter Package TQFP-48 TQFP-48 Stand-Alone Sample Rate Converters SRC4184 SRC4190 4 2 –125 –125 212 212 SPI H/W 128 128 — — — — 1.46 10 QFN-32.65 to 1. MiniDSP 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface.32 Selection Guides Audio Codecs and Controllers Number Sample of Input Rate (kHz) Channel(s) 40 26 1 1 SNR DAC SNR ADC (dB) (dB) Interface 87 90 87 92/84 SPI . 26-ksps Voiceband Codec Price* 5. S2C. DSP I2C.70 TLV320AIC24K 26 2 90 92/84 20 TQFP-48 2.45 *Suggested resale price in U. Low Power.

3.0 High-Speed On-The-Go to VLYNQ Controller Price* 6.60 *Suggested resale price in U. Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . L I2C.3. SPI Interface. SPI H/W.3. 5 3.3.000.3 Remote Wakeup Yes Yes Yes Package LQFP-64 LQFP-32 TQFP-80 Description USB Full-Speed General-Purpose Device Controller USB-to-Serial Converter (RS-232.3 TQFP-48 LQFP-48 LQFP-48 TSSOP-28 TSSOP-28 TSSOP-28 4.3 — — 3.3 3.S. R. TDM I2S.50 2.8. S/PDIF. RGT-16 RTZ-16. I2S.10 1. R.3. RGT-16 Singled Ended Input Yes No No Description USB Transceivers USB Transceivers USB Transceivers Price* 1.6 Package(s) RTZ-16. Low Full.95 9. Selectable I2C Interface/HD Mode Low Power.000. Selectable I2C Interface Resolution (Bits) 16 16 16 16 16 Power Supply (V) 3.000.Selection Guides Interface and USB Audio Integrated Sample Rate Converters and S/PDIF – AES/EBU Transceivers (Continued) Device SRC4192 SRC4193 SRC4194 Description High-End Sample Rate Converter High-End Sample Rate Converter 4-Channel. High-Performance USB DAC Low Power. dollars in quantities of 1. Stereo USB DACs Device PCM2702 PCM2704 PCM2705 PCM2706 PCM2707 Description Low-Power.75 2. SPI I2S. I2S. S/PDIF. PW-16 PW-14. dollars in quantities of 1. I2S.60 3.6 1.10 *Suggested resale price in U. 5 3. L AES/EBU.000. I2S.S. S/PDIF.80 *Suggested resale price in U.3 Package SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TQFP-64 Price* 5. R.000.75 3. Low Voltage (V) 1. I2S. 5 3.10 *Suggested resale price in U. 3. 3.3. High Voltage (V) 3. USB On-The-Go (OTG) Devices Device TUSB6020 Speed High Voltage (V) 1. S/PDIF.5. Low-Power ATA/ATAPI Bridge Solution Price* 2. 5 3. R. TDM I2S.3 1. S/PDIF. R.3 3. dollars in quantities of 1. R.3. 5 3. SPI.S. 1.S. I2S. L.65 2.6 1. External EEPROM Interface Low Power. L. L AES/EBU. SPI H/W — — 101 (ADC) — — — Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No 1.95 1.95 5.6. L.25 2.3. Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter Digital Audio Interface Transceiver 216-kHz Digital Audio Transceiver 216-kHz Digital Audio Transceiver with 101-dB Stereo ADC 192-kHz Digital Audio Transmitter 96-kHz Digital Audio Transmitter 96-kHz Digital Audio Receiver # SRC Channel(s) 2 2 4 THD+N (dB) –140 –140 –140 Sample Rate (max) (kHz) 212 212 212 Digital Audio Interface I2S. 3. 5 3. 3.3. Preview products are listed in bold blue. dollars in quantities of 1. USB Peripherals Device TUSB3210 TUSB3410 TUSB6250 Speed(s) Full Full Full. 3. R.3 Local Bus Interface VLYNQ™ Package 80 MicroStar BGA™ Description USB 2.8. S/PDIF.80 2.6. R. dollars in quantities of 1. Low Full. 3. H/W H/W.8.S. TDM AES/EBU. L AES/EBU. 5 3. 5 SNR (dB) (typ) 105 98 98 98 98 Pd (mW) (typ) 175 175 175 175 175 Sampling Rate (max) (kHz) 48 48 48 48 48 Package SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TQFP-32 TQFP-32 Price* 5. RS-485) USB 2.3 3. L AES/EBU. TDM Control Dynamic AES Interface Range (dB) Receive H/W 144 — SPI SPI 144 144 — — AES Power Transmit Supply (V) — 3.50 *Suggested resale price in U. R.0 High-Speed. L. H/W I2S. SPI.6. USB Transceivers Device TUSB1105 TUSB1106 TUSB2551 Speed(s) Full.10 1.95 TBD TBD 1.95 33 Stand-Alone S/PDIF and AES/EBU Interfaces DIX4192 DIX9211 PCM9211 DIT4192 DIT4096 DIR9001 0 0 0 0 0 0 — — –93 (ADC) — — — 216 216 216 192 96 96 AES/EBU. 5 3. SPI Interface Low Power.

8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O Fully Programmable. 135-MHz. Integrated Mic Pre and Headphone Amp SNR (dB) (typ) 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 Power Supply (V) 2. Treble.50 5. Biquad Filters Fully-Programmable.000.S. Bass Management.35 to 5. 135-MHz. 135-MHz.5 3.7 to 5. 135-MHz. 48-Bit.000. dollars in quantities of 1.35 to 5.06 < 0.45 4. Tone and Volume Control 8-Channel.S. dollars in quantities of 1. 8-Channel Processor (Automotive Qualified) Digital I/O 4/3 8/8 8/8 Package PSOP-32 TSSOP-38 TSSOP-38 Price* 4.1 < 0. 48-Bit. Bass.50 TBD TBD Device TAS3204 TAS3208 TAS3308 TAS3202 Description Fully Programmable. HP Output 6-Channel. Delay. 20. 3-D Effects. Mixing.80 4. 8-Channel Processor Fully-Programmable. 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O Fully Programmable. Highest Dynamic Range.08 < 0.1 < 0. 20. 20. ➔ Processors Input FS (kHz) 8 to 96 16 to 192 16 to 192 Processing Bits/ Accumulator 48/76 48/76 48/76 I/O Max Resolution (Bits) 32 24 24 Digital Audio Processors Device TAS3103A TAS3108 TAS3108IA Description Configurable Volume. 48-Bit.3 4.1 < 0. Dynamic Range and Volume Control.25 Pd (mW) (typ) 280 178 280 178 280 280 425 Sampling Rate (max) (kHz) 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 Package SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TQFP-32 Price* 4. 135-MHz. DSVC Adds 24-dB Dynamic Range.80 4. 24 Package TQFP-48 TQFP-48 TQFP-48 TQFP-64 TQFP-64 TQFP-64 TSSOP-38 TQFP-64 Price* 3.S.15 5.25 4. Mono ADC. S/PDIF Interface.000. 24 16. Dynamic Range and Volume Control Description Frequency (kHz) 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 Dynamic Range (dB) >93 >102 >96 >102 >102 >102 >105 >110 Half Power THD+N at 1 kHz (%) < 0.1 Resolution (Bits) 16.95 3.08 < 0.35 to 5. 24 16. DRC.S. 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O Fully Programmable.45 4.10 5. 20. 20. Loudness. Record Line and HP Outputs. 24 16.34 Selection Guides Interface and USB Audio Description 5-V Stereo Codec 5-V Stereo Codec.25 4.5 3. Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 . EQ.15 3. 48-Bit. Digital Audio SoCs Stereo Input MUX 3:1 (x2) 10:1 10:1 2:1 Number of ADCs/DNR (dB) 4/102 2/93 2/96 2/102 Number of Number of DACs/DNR (dB) PWMs/DNR 4/105 6/96 — 2/105 — — 6/100 dB — Price* 6.45 4. EQ. dollars in quantities of 1.3 2. Bass Management.50 ➔ Device USB Codecs PCM2900B PCM2901 PCM2902B PCM2903B PCM2904 PCM2906B PCM2912A *Suggested resale price in U.000. dollars in quantities of 1. 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O Package TQFP-64 TQFP-100 TQFP-100 TQFP-64 *Suggested resale price in U.80 4. Bass Management. EQ. Volume Control and Channel Mapping 4-Channel. S/PDIF Interface 5-V Stereo Codec.7 to 5.00 6. 24 16.75 *Suggested resale price in U.15 6.1 < 0. 48-Bit. 135-MHz. Full 500-mA USB Bus Power USB-Headset Codec.3-V Stereo Codec. 48-Bit. 20. 20. S/PDIF Interface 3. Stereo DAC.3-V Stereo Codec 3. HP Output 8-Channel.95 *Suggested resale price in U. New products are listed in bold red.00 1.75 7.75 5. Bass Management. 20. Full 500-mA USB Bus Power 5-V Stereo Codec. 24 16. Dynamic Range and Volume Control. 24 16. 24 16. PWM Processors (PurePath™) Device TAS5010 TAS5012 TAS5001 TAS5028A TAS5504A TAS5508B TAS5086 TAS5518C Stereo Modulator Only Stereo Modulator Only with Higher Dynamic Range Stereo Modulator Only 8-Channel.

3 5 3.3 1.25 16mm BGA-361 18.3 3.3 1.50 13mm BGA-361 13.25 16mm BGA-361 18.8/3.8/3. All prices are subject to change.4 3.25 17mm BGA-256 13.3 3.3 3. C6726.2 1.8/3.2 1.8/3.3 5 3.2 1.3 3.2 1.3 3.4 1.3 2.4. Other configurable serial options include I C and additional GPIO.8/3. 9 Also available in 256-pin BGA.2 1.3 3.2 1.16† 11. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders.70 Format represents cache memory architecture: [data cache] /[program cache] / [unified cache].3 3. 3 Extended temperature versions available for C6722.S.3 1.2 1. † Suggested resale price in U.3 3. dollars in quantities of 1.2 1.25 24mm QFP-176 9.3 3.2 1.0-1.00 24mm TQFP-176 13.2 1.80 13mm BGA-361 6.3 3.2 1.2 I/O 3.2 1.95 24mm QFP-176 7.2 1. *Prices are quoted in U.2 1.15 17mm BGA-256 15.3 3.8/3.75 5 4 4 3.9 1.3 1.4 4 4.2 1.4 TMS320C6726BRFPA2253.3 3.84† 17mm BGA-256 23.7 6 3.8 1.2 1.14† dMAX — 2/2 225 dMAX — 2/2 250 dMAX — 2/2 225 dMAX — 2/2 266 162 HPI/16 — 200 dMAX UHPI 2/2 250 dMAX UHPI 2/2 250 dMAX UHPI 2/2 275 dMAX UHPI 2/2 300 dMAX UHPI 2/2 350 4 HPI/16 — 120 4 HPI/16 — 167 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 32/16 bit UHPI 2/2 300 32/16 bit UHPI 2/2 200 32/16 bit UHPI 2/2 300 32/16 bit UHPI 2/2 200 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 64 Ch UHPI 2/2 300 16 bit — 2/2 300 16 bit — 2/2 200 16 bit — 2/2 300 16 bit — 2/2 200 32 Ch2 — 1/2 300 32 Ch2 — 1/2 200 32 Ch2 — 1/2 300 — 1/2 200 32 Ch2 64 Ch UHPI 1/1 300 64 Ch UHPI 1/1 300 64 Ch UHPI 1/1 300 64 Ch UHPI 1/1 300 22mm PQFP-144 12.3 1.3 3.000 (except where marked with †) and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing.3 3.3 1.94† 22mm PQFP-144 16.0-1.95† 17mm BGA-256 19.4.3 3.0-1.2 1.58† 17mm BGA-256 32.2 1.8/3.2 1.3 3.3 3.29† 35mm BGA-352 95.0-1.9 TMS320C6727BZDH350 TMS320C6701GJC150 TMSC6701GJC16719V TMX320C6748AZCE3 TMX320C6748BZCE3 TMX320C6748AZWT3 TMX320C6748BZWT3 TMX320C6747BZKB3 TMX320C6747BZKB2 TMX320C6747ZKB3 TMX320C6747ZKB2 TMS320C6746AZCE3 TMS320C6746BZCE3 TMS320C6746AZWT3 TMS320C6746BZWT3 TMX320C6745BPTP3 TMX320C6745BPTP2 TMX320C6745PTP3 TMX320C6745PTP2 TMX320C6743BPTP3 TMX320C6743BPTP2 TMX320C6743BZKB3 TMX320C6743BZKB2 TMS320C6742AZCE3 TMS320C6742BZCE3 TMS320C6742AZWT3 TMS320C6742BZWT3 1 2 RAM (Bytes) Data/Prog 32K/64K/384K6 4K/4K/64K1 32K/128K/384K6 32K/128K/384K 32K/128K/384K6 32K/256K/384K6 32K/256K/384K7 4K/4K/256K2 32K/256K/384K 32K/256K/384K6 32K/256K/384K6 32K/256K/384K6 32K/256K/384K 64K/64K 64K/64K 32K/32K/256K/128K 32K/32K/256K/128K 32K/32K/256K/128K 32K/32K/256K/128K 32K/32K/256K/128K 32K/32K/256K/128K 32K/32K/256K/128K 32K/32K/256K/128K 32K/32K/256K 32K/32K/256K 32K/32K/256K 32K/32K/256K 32K/32K/256K 32K/32K/256K 32K/32K/256K 32K/32K/256K 32K/32K/128K 32K/32K/128K 32K/32K/128K 32K/32K/128K 32K/32K/64K 32K/32K/64K 32K/32K/64K 32K/32K/64K 6 3.3 5 3.3 5 3. 17-mm (GDH) package.5 McBSP McASP — 2 — — — — — 29 — — — — — 2 2 2 2 2 2 — — — — 2 2 2 2 — — — — — — — — 2 2 2 2 2 — 2 2 2 378 37 28 3 3 3 3 3 — — 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 DMA dMAX2 162 dMAX Price* 7.70 16mm BGA-361 6.3 3.0-1.0-1.4.41† 24mm QFP-176 8. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.50 16mm BGA-361 13.00† 17mm BGA-256 11.3 3.2 1.9 6.3 3. Enhanced DMA.53† 15. C6727.3 1.3 3.2 1.95 17mm BGA-256 7.3 1.80 17mm BGA-256 8.3 3. C6711D DSPs.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.34† 35mm BGA-352 144.2 1.0-1.S.03† 24mm TQFP-176 10. 5 The “A” designation is for industrial temperature range.52† 13mm BGA-361 18.5 TMS320C6713BPYP200 TMS320C6727BZDH250 TMS320C6727BZDHA2503. Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ .3 3.0-1.Selection Guides Processors TMS320C67x™ DSP Generation — Floating-Point DSPs Typical Activity Total Internal Power (W) SPI/ Cycle (Full Device 2 COM I C MHz (ns) MFLOPS Speed) — — — 2/2 — 2/2 200 150 200 5 6.3 3.3 3.70 13mm BGA-361 6.58† 17mm BGA-256 20.8/3.4.50 16mm BGA-361 13.3 5 3.72† 13mm BGA-361 13. 6 Format represents program cache/program or data memory/ROM.3 3.3 3.3 Package 22mm PQFP-144 27mm BGA-272 22mm PQFP-144 35 Device TMS320C6720BRFP2004 TMS320C6712DGDP150 TMS320C6722BRFP2003.8/3. All other information in previous footnote applies.8/3.0-1.8/3.2 1.3 3.3 1.94† 22mm PQFP-144 12.2 1.3 1200 900 1200 1350 1500 1350 1600 1200 1500 1500 1650 1800 2100 900 1000 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1200 1800 1200 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1200 1800 1200 1800 1200 1800 1200 1800 1800 1800 1800 See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet See Datasheet Voltage (V) Core 1.2 1.3 3.4 TMS320C6722BRFPA225 TMS320C6722BRFP2503. Note: All devices include two timers. 2 8 The C6713 DSP can be configured to have up to three serial ports in various McASP/McBSP combinations by not utilizing the HPI.00 17mm BGA-256 10.6 3.74† 17mm BGA-256 23.68† 22mm PQFP-144 16.2 1.2 1. 7 McASP2 DIT only.7 5 4. C6713. Note: Enhanced plastic and military DSP versions are available for selected DSPs.3 3.25 13mm BGA-361 18.8/3.2 1.2 1.3 1.2 1.4 TMS320C6727BZDH3003.3 1.2 1.0-1. 4 RFP and ZDH packages are Pb-Free. dollars in quantities of 100.5 TMS320C6726BRFP2664.3 5 3.68† 28mm TQFP-208 20.3 1.3 3.2 1.3 3.2 1.3 3.2 1.2 1.0-1.5 TMS320C6727BZDH2753.70 16mm BGA-361 6.50 24mm QFP-176 11.0-1.

Multiple prices correspond with frequency options. ARM9. 3 UARTs Async SRAM. 1 McBSP. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders.0 HS OTG. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders. LCD controller.S. 2 McBSP. 1 GP/WD SDRAM 18. 1. 1 UART TMS320DM6433 C64x+. 2 I2C.8/ 16 x 16mm 30.0. 1 GP/WD SDRAM 1.2 I/O 1. 3 UART USB 2.8/ 16 x 16mm DDR2 SDRAM.8/ 16 x 16mm 11. 2 I2C. 32 Ch 1 GP. DaVinci Video C64x+. All other information in previous footnote applies. 1 McASP. USB 2. VLYNQ. 256K Shared NAND. USB 2.3 0. 3 UARTs 1. video BGA-361 interface. SATA. 1. 3 eCAP 10/100 Ethernet MAC. 1 Output ASP. 1. USB 2. 3 UARTs Connectivity I/F USB 2. 1. I2C.0 – 1. 3 UART 2 SPI. 10/100 Ethernet MAC. SmartMedia/ xD Async SRAM. MMC/SD. C674x DMA Timers 128K SDRAM.3 0. DaVinci Video C64x+. 3 eCAP 1. NOR. 3. 1.60 OMAPARM926EJS. UHPI 10/100 Ethernet MAC. 1. 1. 256K Shared NAND. VLYNQ. 1 HECC McASP.0. UPI. 1 16-Bit DDR2 64 Ch Async SRAM. Voltage (V) Misc.1. mDDR. DaVinci Video C64x+. LCD controller. USB 1. ARM9.8/ 3.3 BGA-361 NAND Flash.0.55 3. 2 MMC/SD. SATA. SPI. NAND Flash 23 x 23mm BGA-376 15. 1.3 BGA-361 TMS320DM6441ZWT 64K (DSP) 16K (ARM) 1 Input. I2C.000 (except where marked with †) and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing.1. 64 Ch 3 GP.05/ 1.3 BGA-361 TMS320DM6443BZWT 64K (DSP) 16K (ARM) 1 Output ASP. VLYNQ™. 3 eCAP Core 1.2 3.3 13mm. I2C. 1 16-/32-Bit DDR2 1 Output 32-Bit PCI.05 3.60 2 MMC/SD.1. USB 1. 2 PWMs. ARM9. 1 McBSP. NAND Flash. USB 1. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order. SPI. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.8/ 2 MMC/SD. 2 eQEP.8/ 3. video interface. L138BZCE31 C674x 300 300 16K 32K 16K 32K 128K DDR2. 1. USB 1. 2 SPI. 64 Ch 3 GP. LCD controller. 64 Ch 3 GP. 2 MMC/SD.35 DDR2 SDRAM. SPI. 256K Shared NAND.65 3. 3 eCAP 1 Devices with an extended temperature range are available. DaVinci™ Technology Digital Media Processors Device TMS320DM6446BZWT CPU C64x+™.1.60 OMAPARM926EJS. BGA-361 18.0 HS OTG. 3 McASP. UPI.2 DDR2 SDRAM.35 ➔ OMAP-L13x Applications Processors Device OMAPL137BZKB3 CPU ARM926EJS. LCD controller. NOR 1 GP/WD OMAPL138AZCE3 ARM926EJS. 3 PWMs.0 HS OTG. 256K Shared NAND. NOR. I2C. 16-Bit HPI *Prices are quoted in U.0 – 1.8mm pitch. *Prices are quoted in U.S. mDDR. 1 GP/WD SDRAM 10/100 Ethernet MAC.0 HS OTG.05 1.65mm pitch.2 1. 2 McBSP. video interface.2/ 1. UPI.65mm pitch. 3 UART 2 SPI.8/ 16mm.0 HS OTG. 1 McASP. 1.2 DDR2 SDRAM.36 Selection Guides Processors Frequency L1P L1D L2 RAM (MHz) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) 300 300 16K 32K 16K 32K External Memory I/F Serial Ports USB 2. L138AZWT3 C674x 300 300 16K 32K 16K 32K 128K DDR2.1. L138BZWT31 C674x 300 300 16K 32K 16K 32K 128K DDR2. SATA. VLYNQ. 1 McASP. UPI. dollars in quantities of 100 and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. 10/100 EMAC 10/100 EMAC Program/ Data Storage Voltage (V) Core I/O Package(s) Price* 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2 1 8-Bit EMIFA. 2 PWMs.3 BGA-361. 64 Ch 3 GP.20 18.2 3.2 18.3 LCD controller. 10/100 EMAC USB 2. NOR. NAND Flash 23 x 23mm BGA-376 Async SRAM. 3. 18. BGA-361 OMAPARM926EJS. video interface. 2 PWMs. 2 McBSP.8/ 16 x 16mm 30. 2 I2C. SmartMedia/ xD Async SRAM.8mm pitch. 1 GP/WD SDRAM 10/100 Ethernet MAC. NAND Flash. 2 I2C.8/ 16 x 16mm 35. 1. 0. C674x 300 300 16K 32K 16K 32K 128K DDR2.8/ 16mm. DaVinci Video 400 500 600 700 112K 128K 64K 1 8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA. mDDR. 10/100 EMAC USB 2.70 TMS320DM6431 64K 64K 1 Input McASP. USB 1. 256K Shared NAND. 1 Output Serial I/F ASP.60 1. 2 McBSP. SATA. dollars in quantities of 1. mDDR. 3 UART 2 SPI. 3 eCAP.2 3. I2C.S. 10/100 EMAC.05 21. Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 .3 BGA-361.30 16. 2 PWMs. BGA-361 13mm. DaVinci Video L1/ L2/ Frequency SRAM SRAM ROM (MHz) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) 594 (DSP) 297 (ARM) 594 (DSP) 297 (ARM) 513/405 (DSP) 256/202 (ARM) 300 112K (DSP) 40K (ARM) 112K (DSP) 40K (ARM) 112K (DSP) 40K (ARM) 64K 64K (DSP) 16K (ARM) External Memory I/F EDMA Video Ports (Configurable) 1 Input.3 Package(s) Price* 17mm BGA-256 16. SmartMedia/ xD 1. dollars in quantities of 100. † Suggested resale price in U.25 DDR2 SDRAM. 3 UART 2 SPI. NOR. All prices are subject to change. 1 UART. All prices are subject to change. 1 McASP. 0. 2 I2C.

72.8/ 16 x 16mm DDR2 SDRAM.3 BGA-329 13.2 3. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders. 1.00† 18.3 BGA-338 18. *Prices are quoted in U. DDR2 SDRAM.3 BGA-361. TSI Capture) PCI/HPI. Switch Display.80 18. Async SRAM.35 3.35 21. DaVinci Video 112K 128K 64K 1 Input.05/ 1. 1 McASP Single Capture.80 Dual Capture.70† 2 UARTs. PCI/HPI.0 HS.2 3. 16-Bit SDRAM.50† 3. 10/100 MDDR/DDR2 1. SmartMedia/ xD TMS320DM647 C64x+.05 (Each Config1 SPI. Async SRAM. 10/100/1000 NAND Flash.3 nFBGA-529 57.2 3. TSI Subsys Capture) w/ 1 SGMII Pt 5 Video Ports 2 I2C. 1.90† 1 McBSP HPI One NAND.55 24. 1 Output TMS320DM355 ARM9. All other information in previous footnote applies. dollars in quantities of 100. 1 HECC McASP. MDDR/DDR2 SDRAM. Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ .2 3. 1. DaVinci Video L1/ L2/ Frequency SRAM SRAM ROM (MHz) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) 400 500 600 700 400 500 600 700 135 216 270 112K 128K 64K External Memory I/F EDMA Video Ports (Configurable) 1 Input Serial I/F McASP. NAND Flash.35 VLYNQ. 2 TSIP Display. DDR2 SDRAM. urable as 1 UART. Multiple prices correspond with frequency options. dollars in quantities of 1.8/ 19 x 19mm 37.Selection Guides Processors DaVinci™ Technology Digital Media Processors (Continued) Device TMS320DM6435 CPU C64x+.8/ 16 x 16mm DDR2 SDRAM. 10/100 EMAC. NOR Flash.35 3-pt Ethernet NOR Flash Switch Subsys w/ 2 SGMII Pts TMS320DM648 C64x+. All prices are subject to change. 1 16-/32-Bit DDR2 1 8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA. 1.2/ 1.S. SmartMedia/ xD 1.00 28. USB 2. Async SRAM.000 (except where marked with †) and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing.0 HS Program/ Data Storage Voltage (V) Core I/O 37 Package(s) Price* 15.95 10/100/1000 NAND Flash. VLYNQ. 1. NAND Flash 23 x 23mm BGA-376 Async SRAM. 16-Bit HPI 32-Bit PCI.1 GHz 32K/32K 512K 64K 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA1 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2 1 EMIFA does not support SDRAM. 2 UARTs 3 SPI.05/ 1.1 GHz 32K/32K 256K 64K 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA1 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2 5 Video Ports 1 I2C. 1.85 16. NAND Flash.8/ 13 x 13mm 11. 1. VLYNQ. DaVinci Video 720 900 1. 3 UARTs.2/ 1. 10/100 EMAC. 1 McBSP. 1 16-Bit MDDR/ DDR2 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA.3 BGA-361 NAND Flash 23 x 23mm BGA-376 Async SRAM.2/ 1. 57.85 1 8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA. 2 ASP.70 22. 1 HECC. 1 16-Bit MDDR/ DDR2 Async SRAM.35 urable as 1 UART. DaVinci Video 216 270 300 32K — 16K 1 Input. 1 Output 5 SPI.8/ 19 x 19mm 46.S. DaVinci Video 720 900 1. 2 UARTs.45 20.95† 1 I2C. 16-Bit HPI USB 2. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.8/ 13 x 13mm 14. Dual Capture. 1 16-/32-Bit DDR2 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA. 20. 1. 2 McBSPs. † Suggested resale price in U. 1. EMAC.3 nFBGA-529 46.55† TMS320DM365 ARM9. 1 Output 1. 1 McASP 3-pt Ethernet NOR Flash Single Capture. I2C. I2C. 1 I2C Connectivity I/F VLYNQ. DaVinci Video 32K — 8K 1 Input. (Each Config1 SPI.3 TMS320DM6437 C64x+.

3 3. Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 .3 3.25 — — — — — 2803x Piccolo™ MCUs 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 50 50 40 40 40 300 200 300 200 300 200 150 150 100 150 150 100 150 150 150 100 100 100 100 100 100 60 60 60 60 150 150 150 100 100 9-15 9-15 9-15 9-15 13-15 13-15 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 24 24 24 24 16 16 18 16 16 18 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 8 8 8 8 10 10 16 16 16 8 8 4-7 4-7 4-7 4-7 — — 4 4 4 4 — — — 9 9 9 9 6 6 6 6 4 6 6 4 — — — 6 4 4 16 3 3 3 3 4 4 — — — 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 — 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 — 6 6 6 6 4 4 6 4 4 6 4 4 6 6 6 4 4 4 — 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 6 6 2 2 11-12 11-12 11-12 11-12 11-12 11-12 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 19 19 19 19 14 14 16 14 14 16 14 14 8 8 8 14 14 14 24 9 9 9 9 10 10 8 8 8 9 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 — — — — — — — — — — 1 1 1 — — 1 1 1-2 1 1 1 1-2 1 1 1 1-2 1 1 1 1-2 1 1 1 1-2 1 1 1 1-2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 — — — 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 — — — 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 3. Minimum quantity order for all ROM devices is 10K units.85 16.88 15.75 4.95 3.9 1.38 Selection Guides Processors Processor Speed (MHz) Memory PWM Channels Control Interfaces HiRes PWM Quadrature Encoder Event Captures 12-Bit ADC Channels/ Conversion Time (ns) 14-16/217 14-16/217  14-16/217  14-16/217  14-16/500 14-16/500 7-13/217 7-13/217 7-13/260 7-13/260 7-13/500 7-13/500 7-13/500 — — — — — — 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/160 16/160 16/80 16/160 16/160 16/267 16/267 16/267 16/267 16/80 16/80 16/80 16/160 16/160 Comparators Communications Ports Core Supply (V) ➔ TMS320C2000™ Microcontrollers UART/SCI Device1 TMS320F28035 TMS320F28034 TMS320F28033 TMS320F28032 TMS320F28031 TMS320F28030 TMS320F28027 TMS320F28026 TMS320F28023 TMS320F28022 TMS320F28021 TMS320F28020 TMS320F280200 TMS320C28346 TMS320C28345 TMS320C28344 TMS320C28343 TMS320C28342 TMS320C28341 TMS320F28335 TMS320F28334 TMS320F28332 TMS320F28235 TMS320F28234 TMS320F28232 TMS320F2812 TMS320F2811 TMS320F2810 TMS320F2809 TMS320F2808 TMS320F2806 TMS320F28044 TMS320F2802 TMS320F2801 TMS320F2802-60 TMS320F2801-60 TMS320F28016 TMS320F28015 TMS320C2812 TMS320C2811 TMS320C2810 TMS320C2802 TMS320C2801 1 2 RAM Flash ROM FPU DMA (kB) (kB) (kB) — Yes — — — Yes — — — — — — — — — — — — — Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 20 20 20 20 16 12 12 12 12 12 10 6 4 516 516 260 260 196 196 68 68 52 68 68 52 36 36 36 36 36 20 20 12 12 12 12 12 12 36 36 36 12 12 128 128 64 64 64 32 64 32 64 32 64 32 16 — — — — — — 512 256 128 512 256 128 256 256 128 256 128 64 128 64 32 64 32 32 32 — — — — — Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot Boot 256 256 128 64 32 I2C SPI LIN CAN 1 1 1 1 1 1 — — — — — — — 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 External Memory Bus — — — — — — — — — — — — — 16 or 32-bit 16 or 32-bit 16 or 32-bit 16 or 32-bit 16 or 32-bit 16 or 32-bit 16 or 32-bit 16 or 32-bit 16 or 32-bit On-Chip GPIO Oscillator/ Pins Regulator 33-45 33-45 33-45 33-45 33-45 33-45 20-22 20-22 20-22 20-22 20-22 20-22 20-22 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 56 56 56 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 56 56 56 35 35 Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes Yes/Yes — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Timers2 McBSP Package(s) TQFP-64. LQFP-176 LQFP-128 LQFP-128 BGA-100.1 1.85 14.85 2. Timers include CPU timers. LQFP-80 TQFP-64.39 14.65 2.25 10.3 3. LQFP-100 LQFP-100 LQFP-100 LQFP-100 BGA-100.75 14. All TMS320C28 devices in LQFP package are available as AEC Q100 qualified.78 11.8 — — — 1.95 15.9 — 2 — 1. *Prices are quoted in U. LQFP-176 BGA-179.70 9.95 7. LQFP-176 BGA-179.75 13. LQFP-176 LQFP-128 LQFP-128 BGA-100.75 3.9 2802x Piccolo MCUs 283x Delfino™ (Floating Point) MCUs 28x Fixed Point MCUs — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.49 2.9 1. LQFP-48 TSSOP-38.10 5. LQFP-80 TQFP-64. eCAP timers. LQFP-48 TSSOP-38.99 1.3 3.80 4.8 — 1 — 1.3 3. LQFP-80 TQFP-64.3 3.2 1.9 1.3 3.45 2.55 13.9 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.3 3.2 1.9 — 2 16 or 32-bit 1.50 3.3 3. LQFP-176 BGA-179. LQFP-80 TSSOP-38.11 3.60 8. BGA-179 BGA-256 BGA-256. BBGA-179 BGA-179.8 1. LQFP-80 TQFP-64.9 1.75 13. LQFP-100 BGA-179. New products are listed in bold red.3 3.8 28x ROM MCUs All devices available in Pb-Free/Green packaging.17 8. LQFP-176 BGA-179. PWM timers. LQFP-48 TSSOP-38.000 for C28x™. LQFP-100 BGA-100.8 — 1 — 1. LQFP-80 TQFP-64.9 — 1 — 1. LQFP-48 TSSOP-38. LQFP-176 BGA-179. LQFP-48 TSSOP-38. BGA-179 BGA-256 BGA-256.8 — 1 — 1.8 — — — 1. NRE charge is $11.3 3.8 — — — — — 1 1 1 1 1 16-bit — — — — 1.65 14.95 11.97 2.20 1.8 — 1 — 1.8 — 2 — 1. LQFP-48 BGA-256 BGA-256.9 — 1 — 1. All prices are subject to change.85 12.79 2.3 1.8 — 1 — 1. LQFP-100 LQFP-100 BGA-100.9 — 1 16-bit 1.9 1. LQFP-176 BGA-179. LQFP-48 TSSOP-38.25 2. and Watchdog timers.S.2 1. LQFP-100 BGA-100.1 1. dollars and represent 2009 suggested resale pricing for baseline packages.42 12.3 3.8 — 1 — 1. LQFP-100 Price* 4. LQFP-100 BGA-100.41 3.1 1.72 12. LQFP-100 BGA-100.

3 3 6 167 No Yes Yes (only 1 PLL) Yes SMBus and EEPROM 60 CDCE706 3.3 3 6 300 No Yes Yes (only 1 PLL) Yes SMBus and EEPROM TSSOP-20 –40 to +85 60 Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ .3 2.8 3 7 230 Yes Yes Yes Yes 60 CDCE925 1.8 1. Range Package (°C) TSSOP-24 –40 to +85 TSSOP-20 –40 to +85 TSSOP-16 –40 to +85 TSSOP-14 –40 to +85 TSSOP-24 –40 to +85 TSSOP-20 –40 to +85 Period Jitter (pa) (typ) 60 CDCE937 1.3 2.8 1.8 3 7 230 Yes Yes Yes Yes 60 CDCEL925 1.3 2.5 to 3. Supply I/O of Output Voltage Voltage Number Outputs Frequency (V) (V) of PLL (LVCMOS) (MHz) 1.8 1 3 230 Yes Yes Yes Yes I2C and EEPROM TSSOP-14 –40 to +85 TSSOP-20 0 to 70 60 CDCE906 3.8 2.8 1 3 230 Yes Yes Yes Yes 60 CDCEL949 1.5 to 3.5 to 3.8 2 5 230 Yes Yes Yes Yes 60 CDCE913 1.8 2 5 230 Yes Yes Yes Yes I2C and EEPROM TSSOP-16 –40 to +85 60 CDCEL913 1.5 to 3.3 2.5 to 3.8 1.Selection Guides Audio Clocks Programmable Multiple PLL Clock Synthesizer Family with Fully-Integrated Fan Outs Core Number Max.8 4 9 230 Yes Yes Yes Yes 60 CDCEL937 1.3 2.8 4 9 230 Fully Integrated VCXO Circuitry Oppm Except Frequency Crystal Generation Yes Yes SpreadSpectrum Clocking Support on all Frequency Outputs Switching Programmability Yes Yes I2C and EEPROM I2C and EEPROM I2C and EEPROM I2C and EEPROM I2C and EEPROM I2C and EEPROM 39 Device CDCE949 Input Frequency (MHz) Crystal: 8 to 32 LVCMOS: Up to 150 Crystal: 8 to 32 LVCMOS: Up to 150 Crystal: 8 to 32 LVCMOS: Up to 150 Crystal: 8 to 32 LVCMOS: Up to 150 Crystal: 8 to 32 LVCMOS: Up to 150 Crystal: 8 to 32 LVCMOS: Up to 150 Crystal: 8 to 32 LVCMOS: Up to 150 Crystal: 8 to 32 LVCMOS: Up to 150 Crystal: 8 to 54 LVCMOS & Differential: Up to 167 Crystal: 8 to 54 LVCMOS & Differential: Up to 200 Temp.3 1.5 to 3.

9 0.5 0.003 0.1 0. SON.5 5. SOT-23.5 3.15 0.05 0.25 V+ (V) (min) 1.9 0. µQFN US8-8.65 1. QFN-10 MSOP-10 µQFN-10.65 2.01 0. WCSP SC70-6.25 5.65 4.004 0.74 0. 11.46 0.3 0.5-kV HBM 2.25 0. SOT-23.75 ron Flatness (max) 0.005 0.5.002 0.3 5.5 0.25 0.1 0.25 V+ (V) (max) 5. 8 5.9 0.4-mm pitch).5 0.5 3.5 5.02 80.004 0.25 0.003 0.65 1.65 1.1 0. 9 16.5 5. µQFN US8-8.65 1.5 5.15 0.5 5. µQFN-10 TSSOP-16. 10.01 0.25 0. WCSP-8 SC70-6.WCSP US8-8.05 0.65 2.5 7.1 0. 9 14.004 0. WCSP SC70-5.WCSP USB-8. 10 35.5 5.40 Selection Guides Analog Multiplexers and Switches Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) (%) 0.5 5. 9 14.05 0.25 0. 11.6 3.5.5 5. µQFN SSOP-8. MSOP-8 SSOP-8. SON. 13 22.5 ON Time.75 0.003 0. SOT-23.5 35. WCSP-8 Negative Signal I/O Capability Negative Signal I/O Capability Negative Signal I/O Capability DPDT x 2 TS3A44159 0. MSOP-8 14/TSSOP.4 0.65 1. 70 375.004 0. 25 25.003 0.004 0.65 1.25 1.65 1.65 1.1 2.5 5.65 1.5.04 0.1 1. SON-10. SOT-23 SC70-6 WCSP-8 Features SPST TS5A3166 TS5A3167 SPST x 2 TS5A23166 TS5A23167 TS5A21366 TS3A4741 TS3A4742 1.9 0.9 0.5 5. 20 30.004 ➔ Analog Multiplexers and Switches ron (max) 0.6 3.005 0.1 0. OFF Time (ns) (max) 7.74 1 0.65 1.65 1.23 0. VSSOP WCSP-12 TS5A22362 TS5A22364 TS5A22366 0. 215 WCSP-6 (0.15 0.23 0.25 0. 70 80.6 5.005 0. 32 21.65 1.9 0.1 0. 15 8.45 0.65 1.5 5.25 5.9 0. WCSP US8-8.25 0.1 0.6 5.25 0. 8 25.005 0.01 0.1 0.5 5. 12.003 225.5 5. WCSP-8 US8-8. SOT-23 SC70-6.05 0.005 23.6 3. VSSOP WCSP-10.5 SP3T TS5A3359 Audio Guide Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 .5 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 0. 20 6.25 0.9 0.3 2.2 2.25 0.8-V Logic Compatible Inputs SPST x 4 TS3A4751 SPDT TS5A3153 TS5A3154 TS5A3159 TS5A3159A TS5A3160 TS5A4624 TS5A6542 TS5A12301E 0.1 0.9 0. 25 35.9 0. 11 72.1 0.004 13.65 1. 20 MSOP-10.6 0.9 0.07 0. SON-10.51 0.75 0. 20 Device ESD 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 4-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 15-kV Contact (IEC L-4) 8-kV Contact (IEC L-4) 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 2-kV HBM 15-kV Contact (IEC L-4) 2. VSSOP WCSP-12 (0. 318 14.3 2. 11 7.9 1.005 0. 325 WCSP-10.5-kV HBM 2-kV HBM Package(s) SC70-5.5 7.013 0.15 0.4-mm pitch) SPDT x 2 TS5A23159 TS5A23160 TS3A24157 TS3A24159 TS5A26542 0.4 0.25 ron Mismatch (max) — — 0.1 0.25 5.65 1. SON.65 1.9 1 0.9 0.65 1.1 0.1 0.07 0.1 0.04 0.4 0. VSSOP WCSP-10.9 0.15 0.004 0.004 0.46 0.

N. PJT. RGL. YEG. DDC Plastic Dual-In-Line Package (PDIP) P. RGV. YNA. RGD. ZQE Small Outline Integrated Circuit (SOIC) D. RGP. YEK. RGE. RGC. RHE. RGN. DW. DWD Shrink Small Outline Package (SSOP) DBQ. NTD Mini Small Outline Package (MSOP) DGK. DB. DWU Texas Instruments 1Q 2010 Audio Guide ➔ . RHD. DL Quad Flatpack No Leads (QFN) RGS. RTE PBS. DKD (slug up) Heat Sink Thin Quad Flatpack (HTQFP) PHD. RGY. DRB. RGQ. RGU. YZA YZF. RHC. DGS Small Outline No Leads (SON) DRD.YZH. PAG Heat Sink Thin Shrink Small Outline Package (HTSSOP) DDV Thin Quad Flatpack (TQFP) Power Small Outline Package (SSOP) Small Outline Transistor (SOT223) DCY. RGZ. YED. RGY. RGY. RGW.Resources Packaging High-Performance Analog Packages Package Type Wafer Chip Scale Package (WCSP) Package Designator YEA. RGA. NT. YEJ. YFF. YZK Package Type Thin Shrink Small Outline Package (TSSOP) Package Designator PW 41 Small Outline Transistor Package (SOT23) DBY. RSB. PFB. DTC. DRC Heat Sink Small Outline Package (HSOP) DWP. DCN. DTH. RTA. RGT. PHP. Thin SOT. DCQ DKP (slug down). RGF. PAP Ball Grid Array (BGA) ZAS. RHA. RHF. RHB.

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