TPA3221 – 2 x 100W Stereo 200W Mono Class-D Amplifier
With the TPA3221, Texas Instruments brings out a descendant of the Akita family (TPA3251 TPA3255), which integrates preamp and analog voltage generation. It is therefore suitable to replace the previous long runners TPA3118 as well as TPA3116 .
Other future members of this family (Boxster) are TPA3220, TPA3223, and TPA3225 TPA3227. (TI roadmap CES NAMM 2017),,de,Tp3220,,hi,TPA3223,,ar,TPA3225,,ar,TPA327 TPA32XX,,mt
- Differential analog inputs 2Vrms
- Efficiency 90% (4 ohms)
- 7-30V supply voltage
- Gain: 18dB, 24dB, 30dB, 34dB
- 2 x 100W at 4 Ohm BTL (10% THD)
- 2 x 130W at 3 Ohm BTL (10% THD)
- 200W at 2 Ohm PBTL (10% THD)
- 2 x 80W at 4 Ohm BTL (1% THD)
- 2 x 100W at 3 Ohm BTL (1%THD)
- 165W at 2 Ohm PBTL (1%THD)
- Configuration as stereo (2 x BTL), Mono (PBTL)
- 100 kHz bandwidth
- 60dB PSRR, &lt;60uV output noise, &gt; 108dB SNR
- AD or 1SPW modulation
- Integrated LDO and 5V gate-drive supply
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