Part Number: TAS5720A-Q1
I am looking for an audio amplifier that can handle a signal bandwidth above the audio band, up to 75kHz. Is this a limitation that is set by the audio amplifier itself, or the output LC filter?
I took a look at the TAS5720A-Q1, and it look like the perfect device b/c it is class-D, mono output, and can produce >20W, but I am not sure if it can handle a signal up at 75kHz.. any insight you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
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In reply to Shawn Zheng:
Thank you for the speedy reply! Can I use this calculator to select my LC filter values?
Good to know about the EVM, I will check it out!
In reply to Jared Becker:
Thank you for the note. If I am looking for the same thing, but analog input, do you know if the TAS5421 would work at the higher bandwidth?
I appreciate your insight. thanks!
I'm sorry I'm not familiar with TAS5421Q1, could you please creat a new post with TAS5421Q1 in title in the forum? Then our application expert in this device will give professional answers. Thank you!
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