Part Number: TAS5760M
We noticed that at high output level, the signal level on L and R channel can be different by around +/-1dB.
For example, L channel can be 24W while R channel is 26W.
Is this normal?
It may be caused by analog gain variations when die is hot. Can you also check in small input level ?
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In reply to Alix Wan:
Smaller input has smaller variations.
In reply to C%20K%20Ong:
The variations seem to be caused by the mismatch of analog part of the class D (feedback resistor in the loop). +/- 1dB is within the design spec.
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