LME49600 as headphone amplifier
Part Number: LME49600
I have a client that wants to us to design a consumer headphone amplifier.
We are researching the IC LME49720 at the TI website and is reviewing this, LME49600 Headphone Amplifier Evaluation Board LME49600TSBD (ACTIVE).
However the BOM is too costly, thereof looking for alternative ICs.
So we are review the IC LM4562, LME49720 and LME49860, however we need to find an alternative for the BUFFER - IC LME49600?
QUESTION: What are the comparable alternatives can you all recommend for the IC LME49600?
We are reviewing the RC4580 and the NJM4556! We need a TI solution, thanks.
Looking for a cost effective solution.
Thank you for your support.
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In reply to Luis Fernando Rodríguez S.:
In reply to Neil Henry:
The RC4580 should work too. However, it is important to consider that this device has a lower maximum output current compared with the LME49600 and the BUF634A. If this is not a constraint, this would be the best choice.
Best regards,Luis Fernando Rodríguez S.
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