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NXP offers automotive Class-D amplifer

8/31/2012 09:54 AM EDT
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michael_nxp
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michael_nxp   9/7/2012 12:33:52 PM
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rwik78   9/3/2012 4:58:38 AM
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Today's standard amps are 50x4, I wonder is 136x2 stereo is actually 136x4? If so, thats a teremendous boost, and quite close to my Sony home theatre at 135x4. Guessing sub-woofer would need a seperate driver, maybe with this kind of power, subs wont be needed. Challenge would be to get door integrated speakers able to translate this much power into distortion-less sound, and without rattling the door hinges ;-) @electrnx_lyf: How is this audio amp article related to integration and reliability could you please explain?

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seaEE   9/2/2012 4:37:18 AM
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Sounds pretty cool...as long as my neighbor doesn't by it.

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elctrnx_lyf   9/1/2012 1:00:04 AM
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The automotive electronic market will look for new and more integrated IC parts to increase the overall reliability by reducing the part count and there by defects.

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Robotics Developer   8/31/2012 11:47:03 PM
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I find it really bizarre that the chip is available but the datasheet is not! How is anyone supposed to use it or consider it for a design without the datasheet? I really like the power and wonder what the sound specifications are going to be.

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