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Texas Instruments TPA3116D2, TPA3118D2 and TPA3130D2 Class D audio amplifiers

6/27/2012 09:12 PM EDT
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re: Texas Instruments TPA3116D2, TPA3118D2 and TPA3130D2 Class D audio amplifiers
Sound Guy   8/24/2012 5:48:16 AM
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1.2 MHz switching seems crazy... No inductors? good luck

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robert.rich   7/2/2012 3:11:09 PM
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You are absolutely correct, sir! That's a mistake in the release, and it should of course say Rds(on) of 120 milli-ohms. We're letting all of our media contacts know about the error, and we've updated the release on our website accordingly. Thanks for catching this!

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Guru of Grounding   7/2/2012 1:18:56 AM
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Rds(on) of 120 micro-ohms? Come on now!! Apparently some clueless proofreader thinks "m" means micro!

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