Maxim Integrated Digital Class-D Amplifier | New Product BriefMay 16, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Maxim Integrated Digital Class-D Amplifier
Maxim Integrated’s MAX98360 are tiny and cost-effective amplifiers that combine Class D efficiency with industry-leading Class-AB audio performance.
The amplifiers support I2S, left-justified, and TDM digital audio formats and automatically recognize the clocking scheme, eliminating the need for I2C programming and enabling a simple plug-and-play design. The interface accepts up to 32-bit data at sample rates up to 96kHz and is ideal for 1.2V and 1.8V logic while tolerating inputs up to 5.5V.
The MAX98360 is available with or without turn-on and turn-off volume ramping. It also includes EMI-limiting features and a filterless spread-spectrum modulation scheme. The device is packaged in a 9-pin WLP with the pinout optimized for low-cost PCB fabrication.
- Class-D amplifier with Class-AB audio performance
- 0.009% THD+N at 1kHz
- Automatically recognizes PCM and TDM clocking schemes
- No I2C programming, simple plug-and-play design
- Supports I2S, left-justified, and 8-channel TDM formats
- 8kHz to 96kHz sample rates
- Optional 13ms volume ramp at turn-on and turn-off
- 1ms turn-on time with ramp disabled
- Sophisticated Edge Rate Control Enables Filterless Class-D Outputs
- Package: 9-pin WLP (0.4mm pitch)
- 3.69mm2 solution size
- Pinout supports low-cost PCBs
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