Part Number: TAS6422E-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TAS6424E-Q1 Hi team，
In the process of using TAS6424E-Q1, the customer found that when SDIN is connected to GND, the output still has waveform and noise. he signals of SCLK and FS are normally …
Part Number: TAS6422-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TAS6422E-Q1 Hi ,
I'd like to ask for TAS6422-Q1 circuit guidance when two channels are used for Parallel BTL mode.
Could you give comments for pin connection?
Part Number: TAS6422-Q1 I want to know if I want to design a loudspeaker, how to design a power tree for 30W PA. like what's input power that I will select and how to select Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor. Thanks!
Part Number: TAS6422E-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TAS6424 hi,
Customer use the same TDM format for 6422 and 6424; but voice from 6422 is normal while voice from 6424 has noises.
so as titled, is there any difference for initialization for 6422 and…
Part Number: DIR9001-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DIR9001 Hi everyone,
As you can see in this thread : https://e2e.ti.com/support/audio-group/audio/f/audio-forum/1185148/tas6422eq1evm-optical-input-don-t-work/4480972#4480972 , I'm currently looking…
Part Number: TAS6422-Q1 Hi team,
Could you kindly tell me how to select input cap especially Aluminum electrolytic capacitors? Customer only output 10W. What is the relationship between cap and output power? Thanks!
Part Number: TAS6422E-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TAS6424E Hi, team,
My customer have one question about TAS6422E-Q1 in startup.
Below is the startup waveform, we found there will be one GVDD step when in startup, around 5.xV, then it will rise…
Part Number: TAS6422E-Q1 Generally, we will add LC to the power supply of the AMP, as shown in the red box in the figure below. The electrolytic capacitors need to be loaded after the inductor to avoid power supply interference from entering the AMP,…
Part Number: TAS6424E-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TAS6422-Q1 , TAS6422E-Q1 Hi Expert,
TAS6422QDKQRQ1 55~56pin are connected to power, but TAS6422EQDKQRQ1 is NC. Our customer would like to use TAS6422E-q1 to replace TAS6422-q1. Will it be some problem…