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Q: TAS5342 Question from Customer
Customer needs to have the TAS5342 part interfaced with a analog PWM - Is there an Analog PWM that can drive this part?
A: Re: TAS5342 Question from Customer
The TAS3308 has analog inputs that go to an integrated ADC. An analog input Class D might be a better choice if there is no signal processing necessary.
The TAS5611 and TAS5613 are analog input class D amplifiers that fit into the 125-150W power range and support a 4 ohm load. Their high efficiency (>90%) and integrated closed loop feedback makes them a good choice in battery powered systems.
Figure 2 on page 12 of the TAS5613, and Figure 2 on page 13 of the TAS5611 datasheets show the output power that the amplifiers will produce at different voltage supplies.
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