Audio Guide

Class-AB and Class-D Amplifiers, Audio Converters, Clocks, Digital Signal Processing, Interface, Switches and USB Audio

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Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Headphone Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Microphone Preamplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Volume Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

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Portable Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Home and Professional Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

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Digital Audio Processors and SoCs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 PWM Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Digital Signal Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

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Analog Multiplexers and Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Headphone Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Microphone Preamplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Volume Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Voiceband Codecs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Digital Audio Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Digital Audio SoCs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 PWM Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Digital Signal Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 DaVinci™ Digital Media Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Audio Clocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Analog Multiplexers and Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

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Audio Systems Overview
Today’s consumers demand high-quality, multifunction audio products that are cost competitive and feature-rich. They expect high-fidelity, crystal-clear audio sound regardless of the format or source and whether they’re at home or on the go. Texas Instruments (TI) helps meet these consumer demands through our portfolio of all-digital audio components and our digital + analog audio solutions. Programmable components with performance headroom and design flexibility help you build audio systems with true, lifelike sound and broad functionality at a competitive cost. TI provides complete solutions for your audio designs including silicon, software, application knowledge and local technical support, helping you get to market fast with a winning design.
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From industry-leading DSPs and high-performance analog to logic and an extended portfolio of application software, TI delivers the most reliable, scaleable and power-efficient solutions for both simple and complex audio designs. The Audio Solutions Guide makes it easier than ever for you to explore TI’s audio portfolio. For each product function in the audio signal chain, the guide now features detailed design considerations with important information for new and experienced audio designers. You’ll also find detailed selection guides to help you refine your decisions.

Amplifier Line Receiver DAC DSP or Digital Audio Processor USB Interface PWM Processor Power Stage PGA Line Driver

ADC

Speaker

Op Amp

Integrated SRC/DIX Sample Rate Converter

Sample Rate Converter

DIX Digital Interface Transceiver DIT DIR
Key
TI Product

Power Management

Clock Driver

Audio systems require a wide array of analog and digital support components.

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Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
Design Considerations for 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 10cm. • 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.

To Know More

Amplifiers

For a complete list of Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers, see selection guide on page 22. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

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.

Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
40 25

TPA3106D1 (Mono) TPA3123D2 (Stereo) TPA3100D2 (Stereo)

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20 15

TPA3001D1 (Mono) TPA3107D2 (Stereo) TPA3122D2 (Stereo)

N

12

TPA3004D2 (Stereo) TPA3121D2 (Stereo)

10

TPA3101D2 (Stereo) TPA3008D2 (Stereo)

Output Power (W)

9 6.5 6 3 2.75 2.7 2.5 2.1 1.45 1.4 1.8 2.5

TPA3002D2 (Stereo) TPA3007D1 (Mono) TPA3005D2 (Stereo) TPA3009D2 (Stereo) TPA3003D2 (Stereo) TPA203xD1 (Mono) TPA2013D1 (Mono) TPA2010D1 (Mono) TPA2012D2 (Stereo) TPA2006D1 (Mono) TPA2005D1 (Mono)
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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 10cm. • 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™ Made Easy” for IC package layout and other design considerations at: http://focus.ti.com/lit/an/slma004b/slma004b.pdf

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For a complete list of Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers, see selection guide on page 22. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

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.

PurePath™ Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
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TAS5705
• • • • • • Digital input (LJ/RJ/I2S) I2C control Dynamic range compression (DRC) Speaker equalization Subwoofer and headphone outputs 2x BTL @ 20W • • • • • • • • •

TAS5706
Digital input (LJ/RJ/I2S) I2C control Closed loop Dynamic range compression (DRC) Speaker equalization Subwoofer and headphone outputs 2x BTL @ 20W 2x SE @ 10W + 1x BTL @ 20W 4x SE @ 10W

Audio Processing

TAS5701
• • • • Digital input (LJ/RJ/I2S) Hardware control Subwoofer output 2x BTL @ 20W • • • • • • •

TAS5704
Digital input (LJ/RJ/I2S) Hardware control Closed loop Subwoofer output 2x BTL @ 20W 2x SE @ 10W + 1x BTL @ 20W 4x SE @ 10W

Key
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Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR)

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Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
Design Considerations for PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages
➔ 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://focus.ti.com/lit/an/slaa117a/slaa117a.pdf • See the application brief “PowerPAD™ Made Easy” for package layout and other design considerations at: http://focus.ti.com/lit/an/slma004b/slma004b.pdf 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.

To Know More

Amplifiers

For a complete list of PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages, see selection guide on page 22. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

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 10cm. • 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.

PurePath™ PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages

130

Dynamic Range (dB)

TAS5352
(125W) 110

TAS5162
(210W)

TAS5261
(315W)

TAS5176
(100W Total)

TAS5132
(30W)

TAS5342/L
(100W)

Key
Mono Stereo Multichannel Pin-for-Pin Compatible (DDV)

TAS5122
(30W) 105

TAS5112A
(50W)

TAS5111A
(70W)

TAS5186A
(210W Total)

TAS5601
(40W Total) 30 100 200

300

Output Power per Channel (W)

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Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB)
Design Considerations for Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers
➔ Heat • Class-AB amplifiers run hotter than equivalent Class-D amplifiers. For a complete list of Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers, see selection guide on pages 23. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio • Driving 2W per channel in stereo systems generates 6W 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™ Made Easy” for package layout and other design considerations at: http://focus.ti.com/lit/an/slma004b/slma004b.pdf Features • Class-AB amplifiers offer several different ways to control the gain or volume: • External resistors (similar to traditional op-amp circuits) • Integrated gain-setting resistors • DC volume control • I2C 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 with TTL-input pins can change outputs from bridge-tied load (BTL) to single-ended (SE) configurations, eliminating the need for an additional amplifier.

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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) • The amplifier’s maximum output voltage • 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.

Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers
6 3.1 3 2.8

TPA1517 (Stereo) TPA6211A1 (Mono) TPA6030A4 (Stereo) TPA6020A2 (Stereo) TPA6021A4 (Stereo) TPA6011A4 (Stereo) TPA6010A4 (Stereo) TPA6017A2 (Stereo) TPA0172 (Stereo) TPA02x2 (Stereo) TPA02x3, TPA0211 (Mono)

Output Power (W)

2

1.7 1.25 1 2.5

TPA6204A1 (Mono) TPA6203A1, TPA6205A1 (Mono) TPA0253 (Mono)
4 4.5 5.5 7 9.5 10 15 18

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Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB)
Design Considerations for Headphone Amplifiers
➔ • TI counters this high-pass filter issue with capless and DirectPath™ technologies. • Capless creates a virtual ground (VDD/2) for the headphone connector. Both amplifier outputs then have a VDD/2 bias, ensuring that no DC passes through a speaker. • 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 16Ω to 600Ω. • When choosing an amplifier, always ensure that it can handle the power at the specified voltage range and headphone impedance.

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Amplifiers

For a complete list of Headphone Amplifiers, see selection guide on page 23. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

Issues to Consider When Using Single-Ended Power Supplies • Many amplifiers work at single +3.3-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.

Headphone Architecture
Traditional
CO

Capless

DirectPath™

CO

VBIAS

Headphone Amplifiers
Output Power/Channel (Max)
1.5W 150mW 138mW 80mW 75mW 50mW 1.6

TPA6120A2 (Stereo) TPA611xA2 (Stereo) TPA6130A2 (Stereo) TPA4411 (Stereo) TPA152 (Stereo) TPA610xA2 (Stereo)
1.8 2.5 3.6 4.5 5.5 10 30

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Audio Amplifiers (Class-AB and Class-D)
Design Considerations for Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub Systems
➔ 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. • VBias 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.

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For a complete list of Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub Systems, see selection guide on page 23. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

Radio Emission Interference in Notebook PCs • RF emissions from mobile data add-in cards, 802.11 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.

Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub Systems
TPA6040A4
• • • • Stereo Class-AB speaker amplifiers DirectPath™ headphone amplifiers 4.75-V LDO Gain settings at 6, 10, 15.6, 21.6dB (fixed –1.5V/V for headphone)

TPA6041A4
2.0

• • • •

Output Power (W)

Stereo Class-AB speaker amplifiers DirectPath headphone amplifiers 3.3-V LDO Gain settings at 10, 12, 15.6, 21.6dB (fixed –1.5V/V for headphone)

TPA6043A4
• • • • Stereo Class-AB speaker amplifiers DirectPath headphone amplifiers 3.3-V LDO Gain settings at 6, 10, 15.6, 21.6dB (fixed –1.5V/V for headphone)

TPA2050D4
• 2 Inputs • Stereo Class-D speaker amplifiers • DirectPath headphone amplifiers

1.3

TPA2052D4
• 3 Inputs • Stereo Class-D speaker amplifiers • DirectPath headphone amplifiers
2.5 4.5 5.5

Key
Class-AB Class-D

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Audio Amplifiers
Design Considerations for Microphone Preamplifiers
➔ Equivalent Input Noise (EIN) Considerations • EIN is a key specification in defining a microphone preamplifier. For a complete list of Microphone Preamplifiers, see selection guide on page 24. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio • 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 6dB 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.

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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.

Microphone Preamplifiers
PGA2500
• 0dB, 10dB to 65dB of programmable gain in 1-dB steps • –128-dBu EIN at gain = 30dB • Four general-purpose digital outputs

Performance

INA163
• Low noise 1nV Hz • Gain setting with external resistor • Wide supply range +9V to ±25V • Surface-mount package SO-14

INA217
• Low noise 1.3nV Hz • Gain setting with external resistor • Wide supply range +9V to ±25V

Key
Digital Control Analog Control

Integration

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Audio Amplifiers
Design Considerations for Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers
➔ Balanced-Line I/O for Professional Audio Applications

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To Know More

For a complete list of Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers, see selection guide on page 24. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

• 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: • The noise induced is near equal and should be cancelled by a balanced-line receiver as common-mode noise • Having inverted signals on both conductors also adds another 6dB 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.

Driving 2VRMS for Audio/Visual Applications • Almost all audio coming into a television has a ground-centered 2VRMS output. • Most audio DACs have a sub-4VPP with a DC bias ~2.5V. • The traditional solution for generating a ground-centered 2VRMS output is to run an output op amp stage from a higher voltage bipolar power supply (±12V). • This solution adds complexity, especially if the rest of the devices are using only 3.3V or 5V. • TI’s DRV60x family integrates the amplifier and charge pump to create positive and negative rails for clean, ground-centered 2VRMS output.

Line Drivers/Receivers and Signal Conditioning Amplifiers

DRV134/5
• SE-to-differential line driver • Can drive up to 600Ω

INA134/7
• Diff-to-single-ended instrumentation amps

INA2134/7
• Diff-to-single-ended instrumentation amps • Dual package

OPAx211 OPA1632 MC33078 NE5532/4

OPAx827 OPA627 OPAx604 OPAx134

Performance

DRV600 RC4580 DRV601 RC4560 Key
Line Driver/Receiver 2VRMS Driver Bipolar Amplifier FET Amplifier

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Audio Amplifiers
Design Considerations for Volume Controls
➔ 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.

To Know More

Amplifiers

For a complete list of Volume Controls, see selection guide on page 24. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

Supply Voltage: Signal Swing • DAC outputs typically have a swing of around 3VPP. • Broadcast signal swings can easily be 25VPP 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-VPP headroom for a signal that, at maximum, will be below 5VPP.

Volume Controls

PGA2320 PGA2311
• 120-dB dynamic range • THD+N at 1kHz = 0.0002% • 31.5-dB to –95.5-dB attenuation • ±5-V supplies • Improved THD+N over PGA2310 • THD+N at 1kHz = 0.0003% • Same pinout as PGA2310 • ±15-V supplies

PGA4311
• 4-channel version of PGA2311 • 120-dB dynamic range • THD+N at 1kHz = 0.0002% • 31.5-dB to –95.5-dB attenuation • ±5-V supplies

PGA2310
• 120-dB dynamic range • THD+N at 1kHz = 0.0004% • 31.5-dB to –95.5-dB attenuation • ±15-V supplies

Performance

Key
Line Input/Output (Attenuation up to 27VPP) DAC Output Attenuation (DAC output level ~2VRMS)

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Audio Converters
Design Considerations for Portable Audio Converters
➔ 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. • Audio functions include 3-D effects, equalization, notch filters or noise cancellation • 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: • Multiple independent analog and digital interfaces • The ability to independently sample and process these two signals

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For a complete list of Portable Audio Converters, see selection guide on pages 25 and 26. 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 due to the low peak-to-peak range of 10mV. • Placing the codec or ADC close to the microphone often conflicts with user preference, industrial design or mechanical design requirements. • Look for devices which can work with digital microphones or have differential inputs, both of which provide significantly better noise immunity.

Portable Audio Converters
N
TLV320AIC3104 TLV320AIC3105 TLV320AIC3106
Stereo Codec 102

TLV320AIC3107
Stereo Codec

N
TLV320AIC34
Four-Channel Codec

TLV320AIC3101
Stereo Codec

TLV320AIC3108
Stereo Codec

PCM1807/8
Stereo ADC

TLV320AIC31 TLV320AIC32 TLV320AIC33 PCM177x
Stereo DAC Stereo Codec

Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) (dB)

100

TLV320DAC32
Stereo DAC

TLV320AIC23B
Stereo Codec

TLV320DAC23
Stereo DAC

TLV320DAC26
97 Stereo DAC

TLV320AIC26
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC

TLV320AIC29
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC 95 Codec

Key
DAC

PCM3793A
Stereo Codec ADC Integrated Class-D Amplifier

TLV320ADC3101
92

PCM1870
Stereo ADC

Stereo ADC

PCM3794A
Stereo Codec

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Audio Converters
Design Considerations for Home and Professional Audio Converters
➔ 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

To Know More

For a complete list of Home and Professional Audio Converters, see selection guide on pages 25 and 26. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

Converters

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 98.08-dB (16 bit) dynamic range. • In professional environments, a converter may have a dynamic range of up to 132dB.

• Converters can be controlled in many different ways; many simply by tying pins high and low. • A small micro, SPI shift register or I2C expander can allow control from a remote source. • For products with increased integration, control is typically through either SPI or I2C. • When choosing converters or codecs, confirm both the control method and the existence of additional I/O (GPIO, SPI or I2C) for the main processor to support the device.

Home and Professional Audio Converters
PCM1792/4 PCM1796/8
Stereo DACs

PCM422x
Stereo ADCs 120

PCM4202/4
Stereo ADC/ Four-Channel ADC 115

PCM4104
Four-Channel DAC

SNR (dB)

PCM4201 PCM1791/3
Four-Channel Mono ADC Stereo DACs 110

PCM3168
6 x ADC 8 x DAC

PCM16xx
Multichannel Codec

PCM180x
105

Multichannel DACs

Key PCM175x PCM174x PCM178x
DAC

PCM30xx

Codec ADC

100 Stereo ADCs Stereo DACs Stereo Codecs

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Audio Converters
Design Considerations for Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller
➔ 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. • Audio functions include 3-D effects, equalization, notch filters or noise cancellation • 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

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For a complete list of Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller, see selection guide on page 27. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

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.

• 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: • A single-board platform, such as a candy bar • A PDA form factor • 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.

Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller
TSC2300
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC

TSC2302
Stereo Codec

TSC2301
Stereo Codec

• 98-dB Dynamic range • 4-Wire touch-screen interface • I2S Interface
98

• 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

TSC2102
Stereo DAC

• 97-dB Stereo playback • Low-power, 11-mW playback • Programmable audio effects

SNR (dB)

97

TSC2111
Mono ADC/Stereo DAC

95

• • • • •

95-dB Dynamic range 4-Wire touch-screen interface Programmable audio effects Stereo, capless headphone amp Battery-connected speaker amp

Key
Touch-Screen Controllers with: DAC Codec

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Interface and Sample Rate Converters
Design Considerations for S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters
➔ 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: • A clock master (and SRC from the outside to its internal process clock) • A slave to an external clock (and SRC the output to the new clock rate)

To Know More

For a complete list of S/PDIF Interface and Sample Rate Converters, see selection guide on page 28. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

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.
Interface

• SRCs allow similar phase-independent sample rates to be brought into systems without the need for time alignment/word clock distribution.

S/PDIF Interface Products and Sample Rate Converters
SRC4192/3
• • • • 24 bit, stereo, 212-kHz Fs 144-dB dynamic range –140-dB THD+N 28-pin SSOP • • • •

SRC4194
24 bit, 4 channel, 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, stereo, 212-kHz Fs 128-dB dynamic range –125-dB THD+N 28-pin SSOP • • • •

SRC4184
24 bit, 4 channel, 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

Performance

DIX4192
• Pro S/PDIF/AES3 transceiver • Up to 24 bit, stereo, 216kHz • 48-pin TQFP

DIT4192 DIT4096
• Pro S/PDIF/AES3 transmitter • Up to 24 bit, stereo, 96kHz and 192kHz • 28-pin TSSOP • • • •

DIR9001
S/PDIF/AES3 receiver DIR1703 replacement Up to 24 bit, stereo, 96kHz Low 50-pS jitter

Key
SRC SRC - Sample Rate Converter 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 Combo SRC

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USB Audio
Design Considerations for Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface
➔ I/O Considerations (S/PDIF, I2S, HID) • Beyond analog audio in and out, many USB audio products now offer: • S/PDIF I/O • Raw PCM data (in I2S form) • Human interface device (HID) functionality • HID functionality allows control of PC/Mac applications: • Mute, volume up/down, play, stop, rewind, fast-forward, etc.

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For a complete list of Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface, see selection guide on page 28. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

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.

Audio Controllers and Converters with USB Interface
USB

TAS1020B Performance and Integration TUSB3200
Streaming Controller Streaming Controller

Key PCM2912
USB Codec USB Audio Controller • Programmable • Stereo and multichannel • Interface to DSPs, codecs, 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

• Stereo only • Cost optimized

• General purpose • Multichannel

PCM290x
USB Audio Codec

• Mono record, 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

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Processors
Design Considerations for Digital Audio Processors and SoCs
➔ • RAM-based cores: • Are fully programmable •Example: A user can implement any desired number of bi-quad filters on a channel and specify gain, bandwidth, and center frequency Output Considerations Audio SoC outputs can be digital, analog or PWM. • Digital outputs: • Are in an I2S or S/PDIF form •I2S is useful if the output signal is being sent to another IC •S/PDIF is generally used for an output that is expected to be routed to an external audio system • Analog outputs: • Can be either single ended or differential • Reference input consideration section for benefits of each type of output • PWM outputs: • Can be routed directly to an H-bridge PWM power stage, such as TI’s TAS53xx family • Are beneficial because the audio stream is maintained as digital for as long as possible

To Know More

For a complete list of Digital Audio Processors and SoCs, see selection guide on page 29. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

Input Considerations Audio SoC inputs can be digital or analog. • Digital inputs in the I2S 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: • Are not fully programmable • Feature a fixed-process flow that can be configured •Example: Each audio channel might have a bank of seven fixedfrequency bi-quad filters in which only the gains can be altered by a user

Processors

Digital Audio Processors
TAS3202
• 1 stereo differential ADC • 1 stereo differential DAC • 2/1 stereo analog input/ output channels • 135-MHz, 48-bit fully programmable DSP • Graphical programming tool

TAS3308
• 1 stereo single-ended ADC • 3 stereo differential PWMs • 10/3 stereo analog input/ output channels • 135-MHz, 48-bit fully programmable DSP • Graphical programming tool

TAS3204
• 2 stereo differential ADCs • 2 stereo differential DACs • 3/2 stereo analog input/ output channels • 135-MHz, 48-bit fully programmable DSP • Graphical programming tool

TAS3208
• 1 stereo single-ended ADC • 3 stereo single-ended DACs • 10/3 stereo analog input/ output channels • 135-MHz, 48-bit fully programmable DSP • Graphical programming tool

TAS3103A
• 4/3 input/output channels • 3-D effects, volume, treble/bass, DRC, EQ control • Fully configurable

TAS3108
• 8 channels • 135-MHz, 48-bit fully programmable DSP • Graphical design tool

Key
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Design Considerations for PWM Processors
➔ • Some PWM processors include a digital audio processor to handle post-processing functions such as: • Volume control • Treble/bass control • EQ • Bass management • Compression/limiting • Loudness • Channel counts vary from stereo versions to multichannel, ideal for the 5.1, 6.1 and 7.1 markets. • Software configurability and pin-for-pin compatibility allow a single board to be used for many design platforms.

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For a complete list of PWM Processors, see selection guide on page 29. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

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.

PurePath™ PWM Processors
TAS5518
• 8 channel • 48-bit audio processing • Volume, EQ, treble/bass, loudness • PSU volume control • 110-dB dynamic range

TAS5086
• 6 channel • Volume, channel mapping • Bass management • 107-dB dynamic range

TAS5508B
• 8 channel • 48-bit audio processing • Volume, EQ, treble/bass, loudness • PSU volume control • 102-dB dynamic range

TAS5028
• • • • • 8 channel 48-bit audio processing Volume, channel mapping PSU volume control 102-dB dynamic range

TAS5504A
• 4 channel • 48-bit audio processing • Volume, EQ, treble/bass, loudness • PSU volume control • 102-dB dynamic range

TAS5001/10/12
• 24 bit, stereo • 94-/96-/102-dB dynamic range • 32 to 192kHz

Key
Multichannel Stereo Pin/SW Compatible

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Processors
Design Considerations for Floating-Point Digital Signal Processors
➔ • Industry’s most advanced DSP C compiler and assembly optimizer maximize efficiency and performance C672x DSP • Lowest price floating-point device on the market • Sixty-four 32-bit registers • Large (32-KB) program cache • Flexible boot options • 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

To Know More

For a complete list of Floating-Point Digital Signal Processors, see selection guide on page 29. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

TMS320C67x™ processors, the industry’s highest performance floating-point DSPs, offer precision, speed, power savings and dynamic range with performance ranging from 600 to 1800 MFLOPS. These devices are ideal for professional audio products, mixers, audio synthesis, instrument/amplifier modeling, audio conferencing and broadcast; biometrics, medical, industrial, digital imaging, speech recognition and voice-over packet. Key Features • 100% code-compatible DSPs priced as low as $5.75 • 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

TMS320C6000™ Floating-Point DSP Roadmap

Processors

Software Compatible
F I R S T G E N E R AT I O N S E C O N D G E N E R AT I O N

Future

T H I R D G E N E R AT I O N

C6727
300/250MHz

C6726

C6713
300MHz

250MHz

Performance

C6722
250/200MHz

C6711D
250MHz

o Fl
C6701
167MHz

at

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Po

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nt

C6713
225MHz

C6720
200MHz

C6711D
200MHz

C6712D
150MHz

C6711
150MHz

Key C6712
100MHz Production Announcement Future

VC33 C31 C31/C32
60MHz 80MHz 60/75MHz

Time

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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. • The control signal levels, VIH and VIL, must be compatible with the digital source to ensure proper operation of the switch. On-State Resistance (ron) Tradeoffs 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 transistors must be biased relative to the minimum and maximum values of the expected input voltage range. • Some switches allow for biasing from two supplies, 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+. • ron contributes to signal loss and degradation.

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For a complete list of Analog Multiplexers and Switches, see selection guide on page 32. For the latest information on audio end-equipment system block diagrams, visit www.ti.com/audio

• Non-charge-pump switches achieve low ron with large pass transistors. • Leads to larger die sizes and increased channel capacitance (CI/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+. On-State Resistance Flatness [ron(flat)] • On-state resistance flatness specifies the minimum and maximum value of ron over the specified range of conditions. • Conditions may include changes in temperature or supply voltage.

Analog Switches

5

4

Specified Voltage Range (V+)

3

TS3A4xxx TS3A24xxx Series
• Low voltage • Low ron

TS5A31xx TS5A231xx TS5A46xx Series

TS5A6xxx TS5A26xxx Series

TS5A1xxx TS5A2xxx TS5A45xx Series

TS3A5xxx Series

2

1

• Low ron • Wide operating range

• Low ron • Wide operating range • High ESD • Control input voltage range

• Lower Con • Higher bandwidth

• Low voltage • Lower Con • Higher bandwidth

0.25 to 3Ω

8 to 15Ω

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Audio Amplifiers (Class-D)
Min Load Impedance (Ω)
4 4 4 8 4 4 4 6 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 8 8 8 8

Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
Output Power (W)
15 10 40 6 25 20 20 15 12 10 10 9 6.5 6 3 3 2.7 2.5 2.5 2.1 2.1 2.5 1.8 1.45 1.4 1.25

Device
TPA3122D2 TPA3121D2 TPA3106D1 TPA3009D2 TPA3123D2 TPA3100D2 TPA3001D1 TPA3107D2 TPA3004D2 TPA3101D2 TPA3008D2 TPA3002D2 TPA3007D1 TPA3005D2 TPA3003D2 TPA2008D2 TPA2000D1 TPA2010D1 TPA2000D2 TPA2012D2 TPA203xD1 TPA2000D4 TPA2013D1 TPA2006D1 TPA2005D1 TPA2001D2

Description
Stereo, High Output Power, Internal Gain, Single-Ended Outputs Stereo, Medium Output Power, Internal Gain, Single-Ended Outputs Mono, High Output Power, Internal Gain Stereo, Medium Power Output with Volume Control Stereo, High Output Power, Internal Gain, Single-Ended Outputs Stereo, High Output Power, Mute, Internal Gain, Auto Re-Start, Wide Supply Voltage Mono, High Output Power, Internal Gain, Differential Input Stereo, Class-D Stereo, Volume Control Stereo, Mute, Internal Gain, Auto Re-Start, Wide Supply Voltage Stereo, Class-D Stereo, Medium Power Class-D with Volume Control Mono, Medium Power, Internal Gain Stereo, Medium Power Stereo, Volume Control, Lower Max Voltage Stereo, Medium Power, Volume Control, Ideal for Docking Stations Mono, Internal Gain, Cost Effective Solution Mono, Fully Differential, 1.45mm x 1.45mm WCSP Package, High Power Stereo, Medium Power, Ideal for Docking Stations Smallest Stereo Amp in 2mm x 2mm WCSP Package Smallest Solution Size, Mono, Fully Differential, Internal Gain 2V/V, 3V/V, 4V/V Stereo with Headphone Amp, Medium Power, Ideal for Docking Stations Mono, Integrated Boost Converter, High and Constant Power Mono, Fully Differential, 1.8-V Compatible Shutdown Voltage Mono, Fully Differential, Most Package Options Stereo, Lower Power, Ideal for Docking Stations

Power Supply (V) (min) (max)
10 10 10 8.5 10 10 8 10 8.5 10 8.5 8.5 8 8 8.5 4.5 2.7 2.5 4.5 2.5 2.5 3.7 1.6 2.5 2.5 4.5 30 26 26 14 30 26 18 26 18 26 18 14 18 18 14 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
< 0.15 < 0.2 0.2 0.045 0.08 0.1 0.06 0.08 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.06 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.05 0.08 0.2 0.05 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.08

PSRR (dB)
55 @ 2kHz 55 @ 2kHz 70 80 55 @ 2kHz 80 73 70 80 80 80 80 73 80 80 70 77 75 77 75 75 70 90 75 75 77

Package(s)
PDIP-20 TSSOP-24 HLQFP-32 HTQFP-48 HTSSOP-24 HTQFP-48, QFN-48 HTSSOP-24 HTQFP-64 HTQFP-48 HTQFP-48, QFN-48 HTQFP-48 HTQFP-48 TSSOP-24 HTQFP-48 TQFP-48 TSSOP TSSOP-16, BGA-48 WCSP TSSOP WCSP, QFN WCSP TSSOP QFN, WCSP QFN BGA, QFN, MSOP TSSOP

Price1
2.60 TBD 3.55 TBD 3.20 3.50 2.50 3.35 3.25 3.10 3.10 3.30 1.95 2.95 3.00 1.80 1.05 0.55 1.40 0.95 0.60 1.65 1.45 0.49 0.49 1.20

Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers (PurePathTM)
Max Channels
2 4 2 4

Device
TAS5701 TAS5704 TAS5705 TAS5706

Description
Stereo, Hardware Control Multichannel, Hardware Control, Closed Loop Stereo, Audio Processing, Software Control Multichannel, Audio Processing, Closed Loop

Closed Loop
No Yes No Yes

Output Power (W)
20 (8 Ω) 20 (8 Ω) 20 (8 Ω) 20 (8 Ω)

Min Load Impedance (Ω) (Typ)
8 4 8 4

Power Supply (PVDD) (min) (max)
0 10 8 10 21 26 21 26

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
< 0.1 < 0.1 < 0.1 < 0.1

Dynamic Range (dB)
100 100 100 100

On Chip DRC/EQ
No No Yes Yes

I2C
No No Yes Yes

Price1
TBD TBD TBD 4.35

PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages (PurePathTM)
Device
TAS5261 TAS5162 TAS5152 TAS5121 TAS5142 TAS5182 TAS5111A TAS5112A TAS5176 TAS5186A TAS5122 TAS5132 TAS5342 TAS5342L TAS5352 TAS5601

Description
Mono, High Power Stereo, High Power High Power, Pin Compatible with TAS5142 Mono, High Power High Power, Pin Compatible with TAS5152 Controller Only, For Use with External FETs Mono, Medium Power Stereo, Medium Power 6-Channel, Medium Power Highest Integration Power Stereo, Low Power Stereo, Low Power 100-W, Stereo, Digital Power 100-W, Stereo, Digital Power 125-W, Stereo, Digital Power Multichannel, Low Power

Power (W)
315 (4Ω) 200 (6Ω) 125 (4Ω) 100 (4Ω) 100 (4Ω) 100 (6Ω) 70 (4Ω) 50 (6Ω) 100 (Total) 30/60 (6/3Ω) 30 (6Ω) 25 (6Ω) 100 (4Ω) 100 (4Ω) 125 (4Ω) 40 (Total)

Channel(s)
1 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 4

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
0.05 0.05 0.1 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.025 0.025 < 0.05 0.07 0.05 0.03 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 < 0.1

Package(s)
SSOP-36 SSOP-36, HTSSOP-44 SSOP-36 SSOP-36 SSOP-36, HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-56 HTSSOP-32 HTSSOP-56 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-56 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-44 HTSSOP-56

Price1
5.25 4.95 3.40 3.00 3.10 5.26 2.40 3.75 4.30 5.10 3.00 1.95 2.95 2.75 3.10 TBD

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Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers
Output Power (W)
3 2.6 2.6 2.6 6 2 2.8 3.1 1.5 1.7 1.5 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 2.7 1.25 2.0 2.6 1.5 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.138 0.08 0.075 0.05 0.05 0.05

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Device
TPA6030A4 TPA6017A2 TPA6011A4 TPA6010A4 TPA1517 TPA6021A4 TPA6020A2 TPA6211A1 TPA6203A1 TPA6204A1 TPA6205A1 TPA751 TPA731 TPA721 TPA711 TPA0233 TPA0253 TPA0172 TPA0212 TPA6120A2 TPA6112A2 TPA6111A2 TPA6110A2 TPA6130A2 TPA4411 TPA152 TPA6102A2 TPA6101A2 TPA6100A2

Description
Stereo with Stereo HP, Wide Supply Voltage, Low Power, Volume Control, Fully Differential Stereo, Cost Effective, Internal Gain, Fully Differential Stereo with Stereo HP, Volume Control, Fully Differential Stereo with Stereo HP, Volume Control and Bass Boost, Fully Differential Stereo, Mute, Medium Power, Low Cost, DIP Package, Single Ended Stereo with Stereo HP, Volume Control, Fully Differential Stereo, Fully Differential, Low Voltage, Smallest Package Mono, Fully Differential, Highest Power Mono, Fully Differential, Lower Cost Solution Mono, Fully Differential, High Power Mono, Fully Differential, 1.8-V Compatible Shutdown Voltage Mono, Differential Inputs, Active Low Mono, Differential Inputs, Active High Mono, Single Ended Inputs, Active High Mono, Single Ended Inputs, Active High, Mono Headphone Mono with Stereo Headphone, Summed Inputs Mono with Stereo Headphone, Summed Inputs Stereo with Stereo Headphone, Mute Function, I2C Volume Control Stereo with Stereo Headphone, Internal Gain, Low-Cost Computing Solution Stereo, Hi-Fi, Current Feedback, 80mW into 600Ω from a ±12V Supply at 0.00014% THD+N Stereo, Differential Inputs, 10µA ISD Low Cost, Stereo Headphone, SOIC Package, 1µA ISD Stereo Headphone, 10µA ISD DirectPath™, Stereo with I2C Volume Control DirectPath, Stereo, Internal Gain Hi-Fi, Stereo, Mute Ultra-Low Voltage, Stereo, Fixed Gain (14dB) Ultra-Low Voltage, Stereo, Fixed Gain (2dB) Ultra-Low Voltage, Stereo, External Resistors

Min. Load Impedance (Ω)
16 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 8 4 3 32 8 8 8 16 16 32 16 16 16

Power Supply (V) (min) (max)
7 4.5 4 4.5 9.5 4 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 4.5 4.5 10 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 1.8 4.5 1.6 1.6 1.6 15 5.5 5.5 5.5 18 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 30 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 4.5 5.5 3.6 3.6 3.6

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
0.06 0.1 0.06 0.06 0.15 0.19 0.05 0.05 0.06 0.05 0.06 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.06 0.1 0.08 0.15 0.0005 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.0055 0.08 0.007 0.1 0.1 0.1

PSRR (dB)
60 77 70 67 65 70 85 85 90 85 90 78 78 85 85 75 75 75 77 75 83 83 83 109 80 81 72 72 72

Package(s)
HTSSOP-28 HTSSOP-20 HTSSOP-24 HTSSOP-28 PDIP-20, SO-20 PDIP-20 QFN-20 MSOP, QFN BGA QFN MSOP, QFN, BGA SOIC, MSOP SOIC, MSOP SOIC, MSOP SOIC, MSOP MSOP MSOP TSSOP TSSOP SO-20 MSOP-10 SOIC-8, MSOP-8 MSOP-8 QFN, WCSP DSBGA-16, QFN-20 SOIC-8 SOIC-8, MSOP-8 SOIC-8, MSOP-8 SOIC-8, MSOP-8

Price4
1.40 0.99 1.20 2.25 0.85 1.00 1.15 0.55 0.45 0.49 0.45 0.35 0.35 0.35 0.35 1.05 0.50 2.45 1.06 1.90 0.29 0.29 0.29 1.45 0.70 0.55 0.35 0.35 0.35

Headphone Amplifiers

Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub Systems
Speaker Output Power (W)
2.01 2.01 2.01 1.32 1.32

Device
TPA6040A4 TPA6041A4 TPA6043A4 TPA2050D4 TPA2052D4

Description
Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath™ Headphones and 4.75-V LDO Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath Headphones and 3.3-V LDO Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath Headphones and 3.3-V LDO Stereo Class-D and DirectPath Headphones (2 Inputs) Stereo Class-D and DirectPath Headphones (3 Inputs)

Headphone Output Power3 (W)
0.2 0.2 0.2 0.138 0.138

Power Supply (V) (min) (max)
4.5 4.5 4.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1

PSRR (dB)
80 80 80 75 75

Package(s)
32-pin, 5x5 QFN 32-pin, 5x5 QFN 32-pin, 5x5 QFN WCSP WCSP

Price4
1.15 1.15 1.15 TBD TBD

1Power output into a 4-Ω load with 10% THD and 5-V power supply. 2Power output into a 8-Ω load with 10% THD and 5-V power supply. 3Power output into a 16-Ω load with 10% THD and 5-V power supply. 4Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.

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Audio Amplifiers
Gain Range (dB)
0dB, and 10dB to 65dB in 1dB steps

Microphone Preamplifiers
Device Description Noise (EIN), G = 30dB
–128dBu

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
0.0004

Power Supply (V)
±5

Package
SSOP-28

Price3
9.95

PGA2500 Digitally Controlled, Fully Differential, High Performance, Low Noise, Wide Dynamic Range, On-Chip DC Servo Loop

Device
INA163

Description
Mono, Low Noise, Low Distortion, Current Feedback, Wide Bandwidth, Wide Range of Gain Mono, Low Noise, Low Distortion, Current Feedback, Wide Bandwidth, Wide Range of Gain

Slew Rate (V/µs)
15 15

GBW (MHz)
8 8

Half Power THD+N Power Supply at 1kHz (%) (V)
0.0003 0.004 ±4.5 to ±18 ±4.5 to ±18

Package(s)
SO-14 PDIP-8, SOIC-16

Price3
2.90 2.50

INA217

Line Drivers
Device
DRV134 DRV135 INAy1341 INAy1371

Description
Balanced Output, DIP Pkg., Companion to INA134 and INA137 Balanced Output, Small Pkg., Companion to INA134 and INA137 Differential, Fixed Gain, 0dB (G=1) 1V/V Differential, ±6dB (G=1/2 or 2)

Power Supply (V)
±4.5 to ±18 ±4.5 to ±18 ±4 to ±18 ±4 to ±18

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
0.0005 0.0005 0.0005 0.0005

Slew Rate (V/µs)
12 12 14 14

GBW (MHz)
1.5 1.5 3.1 4

Package(s)
SOIC-16, PDIP-8 SOIC-8 PDIP-8/14, SOIC-8/14 PDIP-8/14, SOIC-8/14

Price3
1.95 1.95 1.05 TBD

Line Receivers

2VRMS Line Drivers
Device
DRV600 DRV601

Description
Fixed-Gain, Single-Supply, Ground-Biased Output 2VRMS Line Driver Variable-Gain, Single-Supply, Ground-Biased Output 2VRMS Line Driver

Gain (V/V)
1.5 Variable

Power Supply (V)
±1.8 to ±4.5 ±1.8 to ±4.5

Slew Rate (V/µs) (typ)
2.2 2.2

Drive Capability
2VRMS 600-Ω Load 2VRMS 600-Ω Load

Price3
0.75 0.75

Signal Conditioning Amplifiers
Power Supply Channel(s) (V)
1, 2 1 1, 2 1, 2, 4 1, 2 1 1, 2, 4 1, 2, 4 2 2/1 2 2 ±4 to ±18 ±4.5 to ±18 ±4.5 to ±24 ±2.5 to ±18 ±2.5 to ±18 5 to 32 ±2.5 to ±18 2.7 to 5.5 ±10 to ±36 ±3 to ±20 ±2 to ±18 ±2 to ±18

Device Description FET Amplifiers
OPAx827 OPAx627 OPAx604 OPAx134 OPAx211 OPA1632 OPAx228 OPAx353 MC33078 NE5532A/4A RC4580 RC4560 Ultra-Low THD+N, High Precision Difet, Low Noise, High Slew Rate FET Input, Low Distortion, Single Channel, Wide Supply Range, Unity Gain Stable High Performance, Ultra-Low Distortion, True FET-Input Ultra-Low Noise, High Precision High Performance, Fully Differential, High Speed, Wide Supply Range, High Gain Bandwidth High Precision, Low Noise: 3nV/√Hz, Improved Settling Time: 5µs Single Supply, Rail-to-Rail, Unity Gain Stable Dual, Bipolar, Dual Supply Operation, Skew Rate of 7V/µs (typ), Input Noise Voltage of 4.5nV/√Hz Low Noise, Input Noise Voltage of 3.5nV/√Hz (5532A) and 5nV/√Hz (5532A) Dual, Lower Noise, High Gain, Wide Bandwidth, Capable of Driving 20V Peak-to-Peak into 400-Ω Loads Dual, High Gain, Wide Bandwidth, Capable of Driving 20V Peak-to-Peak into 400-Ω Loads

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
0.00004 0.00003 0.0003 0.00008 0.000015 0.00003 0.00005 0.0006 — — 0.0005 0.05

Slew Rate (V/µs)
22 55 25 20 27 50 10 22 7 9/13 5 5.5

GBW (MHz)
18 16 20 8 45 180 33 44 16 10 12 15

Package(s)
MSOP, SOIC PDIP-8, SOIC-8 PDIP-8, SOIC-8 PDIP-8, SOIC-8/14 MSOP, SOIC, SON MSOP-8, SOIC-8 PDIP-8/14, SOIC-8/14 MSOP-8, SOIC-8/16 MSOP-8, PDIP-8, SOIC-8 PDIP-8, SO-8, SOIC-8 PDIP-8, SOIC-8, TSSOP-8 PDIP-8, SOIC-8, TSSOP-8

Price3
5.75 12.25 1.05 0.95 3.45 1.75 1.10 1.00 0.30 0.68 0.41 0.41

Bipolar Amplifiers

Volume Controls Selection Guides
Dynamic Half Power THD+N Crosstalk at Range (dB) at 1kHz (%) 1kHz (dBFS)
120 120 120 120 0.0003 0.0004 0.0002 0.0002 –126 –126 –130 –130

Device
PGA2320 PGA2310 PGA2311U2 PGA4311U2
1y 2U

Description
±15V, Improved THD, Pin Compatible with PGA2310, Voltage Swing of 28Vpp ±15V, DIP Package, Pin Compatible with PGA2311, Voltage Swing of 27Vpp 2-Channel, ±5V, Low Inter-Channel Crosstalk, Voltage Swing of 7.5Vpp 4-Channel, ±5V, Low Inter-Channel Crosstalk, Voltage Swing of 7.5Vpp

Power Supply (V)
±15 ±15 ±5 ±5

Voltage Swing (VPP)
27 27 7.5 7.5

Package(s)
SOL-16 SOL-16, DIP-16 SOL-16, DIP-16 SOP-28

Price3
7.95 9.95 3.95 5.95

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Audio Converters
Audio ADCs
Dynamic Range (dB)
124

25

Device
PCM4222

Description
2-Channel, High-Performance ∆Σ ADC

Portable Focus

No. of Inputs/ No. of Outputs
2/0

Sampling Rate (kHz) (max)
216

Audio Data Format
6-Bit Modulator, DSD, Normal, I2S, TDM Normal, I2S, TDM Normal, I2S, DSD, TDM Normal, I2S, DSD Normal, DSP Normal, I2S, DSD Normal, I2S Normal, I2S Normal, I2S I2S, L Normal, I2S, DSP Standard, I2S, L Standard, I2S, L Normal, I2S, TDM Normal, I2S, DSD Normal, I2S, TDMCA Normal, I2S, Left Justified Normal, I2S, DSD Normal, I2S Normal, I2S Normal, I2S Normal, I2S Normal, I2S Normal, I2S, DSP Normal, I2S

Power Supply (V)
+3.3 and +4

Package(s)
TQFP-48

Price1
14.95

PCM4220 PCM4204 PCM4202 PCM4201 PCM1804 PCM1802 PCM1803A PCM1850/1 PCM1807/8 PCM1870

2-Channel, High-Performance ∆Σ ADC 4-Channel, High-Performance ∆Σ ADC, PCM or DSD, High Pass Filter Stereo, High-Performance ∆Σ ADC, PCM or DSD, High Pass Filter Mono, High-Performance ∆Σ ADC, PCM or DSD, High Pass Filter, Wide Digital Supply Range, Low Power Dissipation Stereo ADC, Fully Differential, High Pass Filter Stereo ADC, SE Input Stereo ADC, SE Input, High Pass Filter Stereo ADC w/2 x 6 Input MUX and PGA, SPI (1850) and I2C (1851) Control Stereo ADC, SE Input, Mute w/Fade, SPI Control, S/W (1807) H/W (1808) Controlled Stereo ADC, SE Input, Digital Filter, Very Low Power Consumption Stereo, Optional DSD Format, External Filter and DSP Interface, SPI/I2C, Differential Current Output: 7.8 mA p-p Stereo Advanced Segment, 123dB Dynamic Range, TDMCA Serial Interface (1798) 4-Channel, High Performance, Sampling Rate up to 216kHz, H/W or S/W Controlled Stereo Advanced Segment DAC, Soft Mute (1730), 2 Optional Operation Modes (1738): External Filter and DSD Decoder for SACD Playback and Digital Attenuation Stereo Advanced Segment DAC, Optional DSD Format, External Filter and DSP Interface, SPI/I2C Differential Current Output: 3.2 mAp-p Stereo Advanced Segment DAC, Balanced Voltage Outputs, Improved Clock Jitter 8-Channel, Enhanced Multiformat ∆Σ DAC, Supports DSD with TDMCA

— — — — — — — — — ✔ — — — —

123 118 118 112 112 105 103 101 101 90 132 123 118 117

2/0 4/0 2/0 1/0 2/0 2/0 2/0 2/0 2/0 2/0 0/2 0/2 0/4 0/2

216 216 216 108 192 96 96 96 96 50 192 192 216 192

+3.3 and +4 +3.3 and +5 +3.3 and +5 +3.3 and +5 +3.3 and +5 +3.3 and +5 +3.5 and +5 +3.3 and +5 +3.5 and +5 +2.4 and +3.6 +3.3 and +5 +3.5 and +5 +3.3 and +5 +3.3 and +5

TQFP-48 TQFP-64 SSOP-28 TSSOP-16 SSOP-28 SSOP-20 SSOP-20 TQFP-32 TSSOP-14 QFN-24 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TQFP-48 SSOP-28

9.95 7.95 4.95 2.50 3.95 3.35 1.10 4.80 1.00 1.80 9.95 2.95 4.95 5.25/ 5.00 2.10 2.10 5.96 1.10 1.03 4.29 2.00 1.50 2.00 1.25

Audio DACs
PCM1792A PCM1796/8 PCM4104 PCM1738/30

PCM1791A PCM1793 DSD1608

— — — — — — — — ✔ ✔

113 113 108 106 106 105 103 103 100 98

0/2 0/2 0/8 0/2 0/2 0/8 0/6 0/8 0/2 0/2

192 192 192 192 192 192 192 192 96 48

+3.3 and +5 +3.3 and +5 +3.3 and +5 +5 +5 +3.3 and +5 +5 +5 +1.5 to +3.3 +1.6 to +3.6

SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TQFP-52 SSOP-16 SSOP-16 LQFP-48 SSOP-20 SSOP-24 VFBGA-80 TSSOP-28, QFN-28, TSSOP-16, QFN-20 TSSOP-16, QFN-20 QFN-32 QFN-32

PCM1780/81/82 Stereo with Volume Control, Software (1780/82) and Hardware (1781), Open-Drain Output Zero Flag (1782), Improved Jitter Performance PCM1753/54/55 Stereo with Volume Control, Software (1753/55) and Hardware (1754), Open-Drain Output Zero Flag (1755) PCM1608 8-Channel, Highly Integrated DAC, Higher SNR PCM1606 6-Channel, Low Cost CMOS, Multilevel PCM1680 8-Channel, Low Cost DAC, Improved Jitter Performance, Pin Compatible with PCM1780 TLV320DAC23 I2C and SPI Control with Headphone Amp, Pdiss = 23mW PCM1770/1 Stereo with Integrated Headphone Driver, Software (1770) and Hardware (1771) Controlled

PCM1772/3 TLV320DAC26 TLV320DAC32
1Suggested

Stereo with Integrated Line Out, Software (1772) and Hardware (1773) Controlled Integrated PLL, SPI Control, Speaker/Headphone Amp, Pdiss = 11mW Low-Power Stereo DAC with PLL and Stereo HP/Speaker Amplifiers

✔ ✔ ✔

98 97 95

0/2 0/2 0/2

48 53 96

Normal, I2S Normal, I2S, DSP Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM

+1.6 to +3.6 +2.7 to +3.6 +2.7 to +3.6

1.25 2.95 2.75

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Portable Focus — ✔ Dynamic Sampling Rate Range (dB) (kHz) (max) 112 96 102 96 Audio Data Format Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM Normal, I2S, DSP, TDM I2S, L, R Normal, I2S, DSP Normal, I2S, DSP Normal, I2S, DSP Normal, I2S, DSP Normal Normal, I2S Normal, I2S, DSP Normal, I2S, DSP Power Supply (V) 3.3 to 5 +2.7 to 3.6

Audio Codecs
Device PCM3168 TLV320AIC34 Description High-Performance, 6in/8out-Audio Codec 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 Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 Inputs (Mic/Line), 6 Outputs (Line, Headphone/Speaker), Notch Filtering, Low-Power Analog Bypass Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 Inputs (MicLine), 6 Outputs (Line, Headphone), Notch Filtering, Low-Power Analog Bypass Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 SE Inputs (Mic/Line), 6 Outputs (Line, Headphone), Notch Filtering, Low-Power Analog Bypass Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 10 Inputs (Mic/Line), 7 Outputs (Line, Headphone), Notch Filtering, Low Power Analog Bypass Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 10 Inputs (Mic/Line), 7 Outputs (Line, Headphone, Mono Integrated Class-D Amp) Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 10 Inputs (Mic/Line), 7 Outputs (Line, Headphone, Stereo Integrated Class-D Amp) Low-Power Stereo Codec, Integrated PLL, 6 Inputs, 3 Line Out and Speaker/HP Outputs 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 Low-Power, Lower Cost, Stereo Codec with Headphone Amps Low-Power, Stereo DAC, Mono ADC, Integrated PLL, Speaker/HP Amp, Additional Inputs and Outputs (AIC29 – Differential) Low-Power, Lower Cost, Stereo DAC, Mono ADC, Integrated PLL, Speaker/HP Amp Stereo Audio Codec 18-Bits, Serial Interface, Software Controlled Stereo Audio Codec 18-Bits, Serial Interface, Hardware Controlled Low-Power, 3V Supply, Stereo Codec, Hardware Controlled Low-Power, 2.4V Single Supply, Stereo Codec, Low-Cost, Hardware Controlled Ultra Low-Power Stereo Codec, 6 Inputs (Mic/Line), 3 Outputs (Line/HP/Class-D Speaker) Ultra Low-Power Stereo Codec, 6 Inputs (Mic/Line), 5 Outputs (Line/HP) Package(s) HTQFP-64 BGA-87 Price1 TBD 5.95

TLV320AIC3101

102

96

+2.7 to 3.6

QFN-32

3.55

TLV320AIC3104

102

96

+2.7 to 3.6

QFN-32

3.25

TLV320AIC3105

102

96

+2.7 to 3.6

QFN-32

3.25

TLV320AIC3106

102

96

+2.7 to 3.6

QFN-32, BGA-80 QFN QFN QFN-48, BGA-80 QFN-32

3.85

TLV320AIC3107 TLV320AIC3108 TLV320AIC33 TLV320AIC31/32

✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

102 102 102 100

96 96 96 96

+2.7 to 3.6 +2.7 to 3.6 +2.7 to 3.6 +2.7 to 3.6

TBD TBD 3.95 3.45

TLV320AIC23B TLV320AIC28/29 TLV320AIC26 PCM3000 PCM3001 PCM3006 PCM3008 PCM3793A

✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

100 95 97 98 98 93 88 93 93

96 53 53 48 48 48 48 48 48

+2.7 to 3.3 +2.7 to 3.6 +2.7 to 3.6 +4.5 to 5.5 +4.5 to 5.5 +2.7 to 3.6 +2.1 to 3.6 +2.4 to 3.6 +2.4 to 3.6

VFBGA-80, TSSOP-28, QFN-28 QFN-48 QFN-32 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-24 TSSOP-16 QFN-32 QFN-32

3.00 3.95/3.45 3.25 3.45 3.45 3.45 3.10 4.50 4.25

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Voiceband Codecs
Device AIC111 TLV320AIC12K TLV320AIC14K TLV320AIC20K TLV320AIC24K Sample Number of SNR Description Rate (kHz) Input Channel(s) (dB) Interface Lowest Power, 20-Bit 40 1 87 SPI , DSP Low Power, Mono Codec, 16-Bit, 26 1 90 I2C, S2C, DSP 26ksps Voiceband Codec with 8Ω Driver Low Power, Mono Codec, 16-Bit 26 1 90 I2C, S2C, DSP 26ksps Voiceband Codec Low Power, Stereo Codec, 16-Bit 26 2 90 I2C, S2C, DSP 26ksps Voiceband Codec with 8Ω Driver Low Power, Stereo Codec, 16-Bit 26 2 90 I2C, S2C, DSP 26ksps Voiceband Codec

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Analog Supply Logic Supply Power Supply (V) (V) (mW) (typ) Package(s) Price1 1.1 to 1.5 1.1 to 3.3 0.46 QFN-32, FlipChip 4.14 1.65 to 1.95/2.7 to 3.6 1.1 to 3.6 10 TSSOP-30 1.70 1.65 to 1.95/2.7 to 3.6 1.65 to 1.95/2.7 to 3.6 1.65 to 1.95/2.7 to 3.6 1.1 to 3.6 1.1 to 3.6 1.1 to 3.6 10 20 20 TSSOP-30 TQFP-48 TQFP-48 1.50 2.50 2.30

Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller
Device TSC2100 TSC2111 TSC2102 Description 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power, Lower Cost, Stereo DAC, Mono ADC, Integrated PLL, Speaker/HP Amp 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power, Stereo DAC, Mono ADC, Integrated PLL, Speaker/HP Amp, Additional Inputs and Outputs (TSC2111 – Differential) 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power, Stereo DAC, Integrated PLL, Speaker/HP Amp, Low Cost Resolution Dynamic Sampling Rate (Bits) (max) Range (dB) (kHz) (max) Configuration 24 97 53 Mono/Stereo 24 24 95 97 53 53 Mono/Stereo Stereo Audio Data Format Normal, I2S, DSP Normal, I2S, DSP Normal, I2S, DSP Power Supply (V) +2.7 to 3.6 +2.7 to 3.6 +2.7 to 3.6 Package(s) QFN-32, TSSOP-32 QFN-48 TSSOP-32 Price1 3.95 4.95 3.70

TSC2300
TSC2301 TSC2302

4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power, Stereo DAC, Mono ADC, Integrated PLL
4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power, Stereo DAC, Stereo ADC, Integrated PLL, HP Amp, 4 x 4 Keypad Interface 4-Wire Touch-Screen Interface, Low Power, Stereo DAC, Stereo ADC, Integrated PLL, HP Amp

20
20 20

98
98 98

48
48 48

Mono/Stereo
Stereo/Stereo Stereo/Stereo

Normal, I2S
Normal, I2S Normal, I2S

+2.7 to 3.6
+2.7 to 3.6 +2.7 to 3.6

TQFP-64
TQFP-64, BGA-120 QFN-48

4.75
4.95 4.50

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Interface and USB Audio
# SRC THD+N Sample Channel(s) (dB) Rate (max)
2 2 4 2 2 2 4 –140 –125 –125 –125 –140 –140 –140 216 216 212 212 212 212 212

Integrated Sample Rate Converters and S/PDIF – AES/EBU Transceivers
Device Description Digital Audio Interface
AES/EBU, S/PDIF, I S, R, L AES/EBU, S/PDIF, I2S, R, L I2S, R, L, TDM I2S, R, L, TDM I2S, R, L, TDM I2S, R, L, TDM I2S, R, L, TDM
2

Control Dynamic AES AES Power Interface Range (dB) Receive Transmit Supply (V)
I C, SPI I2C, SPI SPI H/W H/W SPI SPI
2

Package
48TQFP 48TQFP 64TQFP 28SSOP 28SSOP 28SSOP 64TQFP

Price1
9.95 7.50 7.50 4.50 7.50 8.50 12.50

SRC4392 High-End Combo Sample Rate Converter SRC4382 Combo Sample Rate Converter

144 128 128 128 144 144 144

Yes Yes — — — — —

Yes Yes — — — — —

1.8, 3.3 1.8, 3.3 1.8, 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 1.8, 3.3

Stand-Alone Sample Rate Converters
SRC4184 4-Channel, Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter SRC4190 192-kHz Stereo Asynchronous Sample Rate Converters SRC4192 High-End Sample Rate Converter SRC4193 High-End Sample Rate Converter SRC4194 4-Channel, Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter DIX4192 DIT4192 DIT4096 DIR9001 Digital Audio Interface Transceiver 192-kHz Digital Audio Transmitter 96-kHz Digital Audio Transmitter 96-kHz Digital Audio Receiver

Stand-Alone S/PDIF and AES/EBU Interfaces
0 0 0 0 — — — — 216 192 96 96 AES/EBU, S/PDIF, I2S, R, L, TDM AES/EBU, S/PDIF, I2S, R, L AES/EBU, S/PDIF, I2S, R, L AES/EBU, S/PDIF, I2S, R, L I2C, SPI H/W, SPI H/W, SPI H/W — — — — Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No 1.8, 3.3 3.3, 5 3.3, 5 3.3 48TQFP 28TSSOP 28TSSOP 28TSSOP 4.95 2.05 1.55 1.95

USB Peripherals
Device TUSB3210 TUSB3410 TUSB6250 Speed(s) Full Full Full, High Voltage (V) 3.3 3.3 3.3 Remote Wakeup Yes Yes Yes Package 64 LQFP 32 LQFP 80 TQFP Description USB Full-Speed General-Purpose Device Controller USB-to-Serial Converter (RS-232, RS-485) USB 2.0 High-Speed, Low-Power ATA/ATAPI Bridge Solution Price1 2.50 2.25 2.80

USB On-The-Go (OTG) Devices
Device
TUSB6020

Speed
High

Voltage (V)
1.5, 1.8, 3.3

Local Bus Interface
VLYNQ™

Package
80 MicroStar BGA™

Description
USB 2.0 High-Speed On-The-Go to VLYNQ Controller

Price1
TBD

USB Transceivers
Device TUSB1105 TUSB1106 TUSB2551 Speed(s) Full, Low Full, Low Full, Low Voltage (V) 1.6, 3.6 1.6, 3.6 1.6, 3.6 Package(s) 16RTZ, 16RGT 16RTZ, 16PW 14PW, 16RGT Singled Ended Input Yes No No Description USB Transceivers USB Transceivers USB Transceivers Price1 1.10 1.10 Call

Stereo USB DACs
Device PCM2702 PCM2704 PCM2705 PCM2706 PCM2707 Description Low-Power, High-Performance USB DAC Low Power, External EEPROM Interface Low Power, SPI Interface Low Power, Selectable I2C Interface/HD Mode Low Power, SPI Interface, Selectable I2C Interface Resolution (Bits) 16 16 16 16 16 Power Supply (V) 3.3, 5 3.3, 5 3.3, 5 3.3, 5 3.3, 5 SNR (dB) (typ) 105 98 98 98 98 Pd (mW) (typ) 175 175 175 175 175 Sampling Rate (kHz) (max) 48 48 48 48 48 Package SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TQFP-32 TQFP-32 Price1 5.80 2.55 2.55 3.36 3.36

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USB Codecs
Device PCM2900 PCM2901 PCM2902 PCM2903 PCM2904 PCM2906 PCM2912
1Suggested

Description 5-V Stereo Codec 5-V Stereo Codec, S/PDIF Interface 3.3-V Stereo Codec 3.3-V Stereo Codec, S/PDIF Interface 5-V Stereo Codec, Full 500 mA USB Bus Power 5-V Stereo Codec, S/PDIF Interface, Full 500 mA USB Bus Power USB-Headset Codec, Mono ADC, Stereo DAC, Integrated Mic Pre and Headphone Amp

SNR (dB) (typ) 89 89 89 89 89 89 89

Power Supply (V) 2.7 to 5.5 3.3 2.7 to 5.5 3.3 4.35 to 5.25 4.35 to 5.25 4.35 to 5.25

Pd (mW) (typ) 280 178 280 178 280 280 425

Sampling Rate (kHz) (max) 48 48 48 48 48 48 48

Package SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 SSOP-28 TQFP-32

Price1 4.15 4.15 4.46 4.46 4.15 4.46 TBD

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Digital Audio Processors
Device
TAS3103A

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Description

Digital I/O
4/3 8/8 8/8

Input FS (kHz)
8 - 96 16 - 192 16 - 192

Processing Bits/Accumulator
48/76 48/76 48/76

I/O Max Resolution (Bits)
32 24 24

Package
PSOP-32 TSSOP-38 TSSOP-38

Price1
4.15 5.10 5.75

Configurable Volume, Bass, Treble, Loudness, DRC, Mixing, Delay, 3-D Effects, Biquad Filters TAS3108 Fully-Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor TAS3108IA Fully-Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor (Automotive Qualified)

Digital Audio SoCs
Device
TAS3204 TAS3208 TAS3308 TAS3202

Description
Fully Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O Fully Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O Fully Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O Fully Programmable, 135-MHz, 48-Bit, 8-Channel Processor with Integrated Analog I/O

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 DACs/DNR (dB)
4/105 6/96 — 2/105

Number of PWMs/DNR
— — 6/100 dB —

Package
TQFP-64 TQFP-100 TQFP-100 TQFP-64

Price1
6.15 6.50 TBD TBD

PWM Processors (PurePathTM)
Device
TAS5010 TAS5012 TAS5504A TAS5508B TAS5086 TAS5518
1Suggested

Description
Stereo Modulator Only Stereo Modulator Only with Higher Dynamic Range 4-Channel, EQ, Bass Management, Dynamic Range and Volume Control, HP Output 8-Channel, EQ, Bass Management, Dynamic Range and Volume Control, HP Output 6-Channel, Bass Management, Tone and Volume Control 8-Channel, Highest Dynamic Range, Record Line and HP Outputs, DSVC Adds 24-dB Dynamic Range, EQ, Bass Management, Dynamic Range and Volume Control

Frequency (MHz)
32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192 32 to 192

Dynamic Range (dB)
96 102 102 100 100 110

Half Power THD+N at 1kHz (%)
< 0.08 < 0.06 < 0.1 < 0.1 < 0.1 < 0.1

Resolution (Bits)
16, 20, 24 16, 20, 24 16, 20, 24 16, 20, 24 16, 20, 24 16, 20, 24

Package
TQFP-48 TQFP-48 TQFP-64 TQFP-64 TSSOP-38 TQFP-64

Price1
3.00 5.55 3.00 5.00 1.60 7.95

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See page 22 for complementary power stages for PurePath™ PWM processors.

TMS320C67x™ DSP Generation — Floating-Point DSPs
Device TMS320C6720BRFP2004 TMS320C6712DGDP150 TMS320C6722BRFP2003,4 TMS320C6722BRFPA2253,4,5 TMS320C6722BRFP2503,4 TMS320C6726BRFPA2253,4,5 TMS320C6726BRFP2664,5 TMS320C6713BPYP200 TMS320C6727BZDH250 TMS320C6727BZDHA2503,4,5 TMS320C6727BZDH2753,4 TMS320C6727BZDH3003,4,9 TMS320C6727BZDH350 TMS320C6701GJC150 TMSC6701GJC16719V
1 2

RAM (Bytes) Data/Prog 32K/64K/384K6 4K/4K/64K1 32K/128K/384K6 32K/128K/384K6 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

McBSP McASP — 2 2 — — 2 — 2 — 2 — 378 — 37 9 2 28 — 3 — 3 — 3 — 3 — 3 2 — 2 —

DMA dMAX2 162 dMAX dMAX dMAX dMAX dMAX 162 dMAX dMAX dMAX dMAX dMAX 4 4

COM — — — — — — — HPI/16 UHPI UHPI UHPI UHPI UHPI HPI/16 HPI/16

SPI/ I2C 2/2 — 2/2 2/2 2/2 2/2 2/2 — 2/2 2/2 2/2 2/2 2/2 — —

MHz 200 150 200 225 250 225 266 200 250 250 275 300 350 120 167

Cycle (ns) 5 6.7 5 4.4 4 4.4 3.75 5 4 4 3.6 3.3 2.9 6.7 6

MFLOPS 1200 900 1200 1350 1500 1350 1600 1200 1500 1500 1650 1800 2100 900 1000

Typical Activity Voltage Total Internal Power (W) (V) (Full Device Speed) Core I/O 0.8 1.2 3.3 0.7 1.2 3.3 0.8 1.2 3.3 0.8 1.2 3.3 0.9 1.2 3.3 0.8 1.2 3.3 0.9 1.2 3.3 1.0 1.2 3.3 1.2 1.2 3.3 1.0 1.2 3.3 1.0 1.2 3.3 1.1 1.2 3.3 1.4 1.4 3.3 1.3 1.8 3.3 1.4 1.9 3.3

Package 144 PQFP, 22mm 272 BGA, 27mm 144 PQFP, 22mm 144 PQFP, 22mm 144 PQFP, 22mm 144 PQFP, 22mm 144 PQFP, 22mm 208 TQFP, 28mm 256 BGA, 17mm 256 BGA, 17mm 256 BGA, 17mm 256 BGA, 17mm 256 BGA, 17mm 352 BGA, 35mm 352 BGA, 35mm

Price10 (100 u) 7.53 15.16 11.14 12.94 12.94 16.68 16.68 20.95 19.74 23.58 20.84 23.58 32.29 95.34 144.52

Format represents cache memory architecture: [data cache] /[program cache] / [unified cache] Preview products are listed in bold blue. New products are listed in bold red. 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 10 Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2008 suggested resale serial options include I2C and additional GPIO. 9 Also available in 256-pin BGA, 17-mm (GDH) package. pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain Note: All devices include two timers. the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing Note: Enhanced plastic and military DSP versions are available for selected DSPs. orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.

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L1/ SRAM (Bytes) 112K (DSP) 40K (ARM) 112K (DSP) 40K (ARM) 112K (DSP) 40K (ARM) 64K L2/ External SRAM ROM Memory (Bytes) (Bytes) I/F 64K 16K 1 16-/8-Bit (DSP) (ARM) EMIFA 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2 64K 16K 1 16-/8-Bit (DSP) (ARM) EMIFA 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2 64K 16K 1 16-/8-Bit (DSP) (ARM) EMIFA 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2 64K 64K 1 8-Bit EMIFA, 1 16-Bit DDR2 128K 64K 1 8-Bit EMIFA, 1 16-/32-Bit DDR2 128K 64K 1 8-Bit EMIFA, 1 16-/32-Bit DDR2 128K 64K 1 8-Bit EMIFA, 1 16-/32-Bit DDR2 — 8K 1 16-/8-Bit EMIFA, 1 16-Bit MDDR/DDR2 256K 64K Program/ Connectivity Data I/F Storage USB 2.0, Async SRAM, VLYNQ™, DDR2 SDRAM, 10/100 EMAC NAND Flash, SmartMedia/xD ASP, I2C, USB 2.0, Async SRAM, SPI, VLYNQ, DDR2 SDRAM, 3 UARTs 10/100 EMAC NAND Flash, SmartMedia/xD ASP, I2C, USB 2.0, Async SRAM, SPI, VLYNQ, DDR2 SDRAM, 3 UARTs 10/100 EMAC NAND Flash, SmartMedia/xD McASP, I2C, 10/100 EMAC Async SRAM, 1 UART, DDR2 SDRAM, 1 McBSP, NAND Flash 1 HECC McASP, 32-Bit PCI, Async SRAM, 1 McBSP, VLYNQ, DDR2 SDRAM, I2C, 10/100 EMAC, NAND Flash 1 UART 16-Bit HPI McASP, I2C, VLYNQ, Async SRAM, 1 McBSP, 10/100 EMAC, DDR2 SDRAM, 2 UARTs, 16-Bit HPI NAND Flash 1 HECC McASP, I2C, 32-Bit PCI, Async SRAM, 1 HECC VLYNQ, DDR2 SDRAM, 2 McBSPs, 10/100 EMAC, NAND Flash 2 UARTs 16-Bit HPI 3 SPI, USB 2.0 HS Async SRAM, 2 ASP, MDDR/DDR2 3 UARTs, SDRAM, NAND Flash, I2C SmartMedia/xD 1 I2C, PCI/HPI, Async SRAM, 1 SPI, VLYNQ, DDR2 SDRAM, 1 UART, 10/100/1000 NAND Flash, 1 McASP 3-pt Ethernet NOR Flash Switch Subsys w/ 1 SGMII Pt PCI/HPI, Async SRAM, 2 I2C, 1 SPI, VLYNQ, DDR2 SDRAM, 1 UART, 10/100/1000 NAND Flash, 1 McASP 3-pt Ethernet NOR Flash 2 TSIP Switch Subsys w/ 2 SGMII Pts Serial I/F ASP, I2C, SPI, 3 UARTs

DaVinci™ Digital Media Processors
Frequency (MHz) 594 (DSP) 297 (ARM) 594 (DSP) 297 (ARM) 513/405 (DSP) 256/202 (ARM) 300 Video Ports (Configurable) 1 Input, 1 Output Voltage (V) Core I/O Package(s) Price4 1.2 1.8/ 361 BGA, 39.50 3.3 16 x 16mm

Device CPU TMS320DM6446BZWT C64x+™, ARM9, DaVinci Video TMS320DM6443BZWT C64x+, ARM9, DaVinci Video TMS320DM6441ZWT C64x+, ARM9, DaVinci Video TMX320DM64311 C64x+, DaVinci Video TMX320DM64331 C64x+, DaVinci Video C64x+, DaVinci Video C64x+, DaVinci Video ARM9, DaVinci Video

EDMA 64 Ch

64 Ch

1 Output

1.2

1.8/ 361 BGA, 3.3 16 x 16mm

33.85

64 Ch

1 Input, 1 Output

1.2/ 1.05

1.8/ 361 BGA, 3.3 16 x 16mm

27.05

64 Ch

1 Input

400 500 600 400 500 600 400 500 600 216 270

112K

64 Ch

1 Output

TMX320DM64351

112K

64 Ch

1 Input

TMX320DM64371

112K

64 Ch

1 Input, 1 Output

TMX320DM355

64 Ch

1 Input, 1 Output

1.8/ 361 BGA 3.3 16 x 16mm, 376 BGA 23 x 23mm 1.05/ 1.8/ 361 BGA 1.2 3.3 16 x 16mm, 376 BGA 23 x 23mm 1.05/ 1.8/ 361 BGA 1.2 3.3 16 x 16mm, 376 BGA 23 x 23mm 1.05/ 1.8/ 361 BGA 1.2 3.3 16 x 16 mm, 376 BGA 23 x 23 mm 1.3 1.8/ 329 BGA 3.3 13 *13mm

1.05

11.25

15.75 16.65 18.50 16.30 17.25 19.15 22.05 23.35 25.93 14.25 16.90

TMX320DM647

C64x+, DaVinci Video

720 900

32K/32K

1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch EMIFA3 1 32-/16-Bit DDR2

TMX320DM648

C64x+, DaVinci Video

720 900

32K/32K

512K

64K

5 Video Ports (Each Configurable as Dual Capture, Single Capture, Display, TSI Capture) 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch 5 Video Ports (Each ConfigEMIFA3 1 32-/16-Bit urable as Dual DDR2 Capture, Single Capture, Display, TSI Capture)

1.2/ 1.2

1.8/ 529 nFBGA 3.3 19 *19mm

45.15 63.20

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1.8/ 529 nFBGA 3.3 19 *19mm

56.45 74.50

1 Available 2

in the ZDU (376-pin plastic BGA) and ZWT (361-pin Pb-free PBGA) packages. McBSP can be configured as an SPI peripheral. 3 EMIFA does not support SDRAM. 4 Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2007 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain. New devices are listed in red.the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.

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Programmable Multiple PLL Clock Synthesizer Family with Fully Integrated Fan Outs
Core Supply Voltage (V)
1.8

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Device
CDCE949

Number Max. I/O Number of Output Voltage of Outputs Frequency (V) PLL (LVCMOS) (MHz)
2.5 to 3.3 4 9 230

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

Fully SpreadIntegrated Oppm Spectrum Support Temp. Period VCXO Circuitry Frequency Clocking on Frequency Range Jitter Except Crystal Generation all Outputs Switching Programmability Package (°C) (pa) (typ)
Yes Yes Yes Yes I2C and EEPROM TSSOP-24 –40 to 85 60

CDCE937

1.8

2.5 to 3.3

3

7

230

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

I2C and EEPROM

TSSOP-20 –40 to 85

60

CDCE925

1.8

2.5 to 3.3

2

5

230

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

I2C and EEPROM

TSSOP-16 –40 to 85

60

CDCE913

1.8

2.5 to 3.3

1

3

230

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

I2C and EEPROM

TSSOP-14 –40 to 85

60

CDCEL949

1.8

1.8

4

9

230

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

I2C and EEPROM

TSSOP-24 –40 to 85

60

CDCEL937

1.8

1.8

3

7

230

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

I2C and EEPROM

TSSOP-20 –40 to 85

60

CDCEL925

1.8

1.8

2

5

230

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

I2C and EEPROM

TSSOP-16 –40 to 85

60

CDCEL913

1.8

1.8

1

3

230

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

I2C and EEPROM

TSSOP-14 –40 to 85

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ron (max) 0.9 0.9 8 8 8 8 10 20 20 25 25 0.9 0.9 0.9 10 0.9 0.75 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.1 0.9 10 10 13.8 0.9 0.9 10 10 0.9 15 12 ron Flatness (max) 0.15 0.15 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 5 4 4 3 3 0.25 0.25 0.4 5 0.4 0.25 0.25 0.15 0.15 0.25 0.15 0.25 5 2 4.5 0.25 0.25 4 (typ) 7 0.25 6.5 (typ) 9 ron Mismatch (max) — — — — — — — — — — — 0.1 0.1 0.05 1 0.05 0.25 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.14 4.5 0.1 0.1 0.15 (typ) 0.8 0.1 0.1 (typ) 2 V+ (V) (min) 1.65 1.65 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 1.65 –0.3 –0.3 –0.3 –0.3 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 2.25 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 1.65 2.3 V+ (V) (max) 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 13 13 13 13 5.5 5.5 3.6 5.5 3.6 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 3.6 5.5 5.5 3.6 ON Time (ns) (max) 7 7 17 17 17 17 5.5 125 125 85 85 7.5 7.5 14 5.8 14 25 22 16 8 30 35 6 8.5 5 6.8 13 5.5 5.7 8 21 6.5 9.5 OFF Time (ns) (max) 11.5 11.5 14 14 14 14 4.5 60 60 50 50 11 11 9 3.6 9 20 8 15 12.5 20 20 13 6.5 3.4 4.1 8 10 3.8 6.5 10.5 3.7 3.5

Analog Multiplexers and Switches
Device Pin(s)/Package(s) 5/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP 5/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP 5/SC70, SOT-23 5/SC70, SOT-23 5/SC70, SOT-23 5/SC70, SOT-23 5/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP 8/SOIC 8/SOIC 8/SOIC 8/SOIC 8/US8, WCSP 8/US8, WCSP 8/MSOP 8/SM8, US8, WCSP 14/TSSOP 8/WCSP 6/SC70 8/US8, WCSP 8/US8, WCSP 6/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP 6/SC70, SOT-23 6/SC70, SOT-23 6/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP 6/SC70, SOT-23 8/SM8, US8 10/MSOP, QFN 10/MSOP 10/MSOP, QFN 16/SOIC, SSOP (QSOP), TSSOP, TVSOP, QFN 8/US8 8/SM8, US8 16/SOIC, SSOP (QSOP), TSSOP, TVSOP, QFN

SPST
TS5A3166 TS5A3167 TS5A4594 TS5A4595 TS5A4596 TS5A4597 TS5A1066 TS12A4514 TS12A4515 TS12A4516 TS12A4517

SPST x 2
TS5A23166 TS5A23167 TS3A4741 TS5A2066

SPST x 4
TS3A4751

SPDT
TS5A6542 TS5A4624 TS5A3153 TS5A3154 TS5A3159A TS5A3159 TS5A3160 TS5A3157 TS5A63157 TS5A2053

SPDT x 2
TS5A23159 TS5A23160 TS5A23157

SPDT x 4
TS3A5018

SP3T
TS5A3359 TS5A3357

SP4T x 2
TS3A5017

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High-Performance Analog Packages
Package Type Wafer Scale Package (WSP) Small Outline Transistor Package (SOT23) Mini Small Outline Package (MSOP) Small Outline No Leads (SON) Shrink Small Outline Package (SSOP) Quad Flatpack No Leads (QFN) Package Designator YEG, YEK, YEJ, YEA, YZA, YED, YNA YZF,YZH DBY, DCN, Thin SOT, DDC Package Type Thin Shrink Small Outline Package (TSSOP) Plastic Dual-In-Line Package (PDIP) Package Designator PW

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P, N, NT, NTD

DGK, DGS

DRD, DRB, DRC

Heat Sink Small Outline Package (HSOP)

DWP, DWD

DBQ, DB, DL

RGS, RGY, RGT, RGV, RGY, RHC, RGA, RGP, RGW, RGY, RGE, RGU, RHD, RGL, RGD, RHB, RGF, RHA, RTA, RGN, RGZ, RGQ, RGC, RHE, RHF PBS, PJT, PFB, PAG

Heat Sink Thin Shrink Small Outline Package (HTSSOP)

DDV

Thin Quad Flatpack (TQFP) Small Outline Transistor (SOT223) Heat Sink Thin Quad Flatpack (HTQFP) Small Outline Integrated Circuit (SOIC)

DCY, DCQ

Power Small Outline Package (PSOP3)

DKP (slug down), DKD (slug up)

PHP, PAP

Ball Grid Array (BGA)

ZAS, ZQE

D, DTH, DTC, DW, DWU

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