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Old 5th June 2010, 02:28 AM   #1
TiMouneXXXL is offline TiMouneXXXL
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Question Texas Instruments TAS5630

Simple question about this chip... is it possible to mount in parallel this device in PBTL mode to have more power per channel?

I know we can do this easily with mosfets because of their simple mode of operation but the TAS5630 is a all in one digital chip.

Thank you very much!

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Old 5th June 2010, 03:00 AM   #2
kenpeter is offline kenpeter  United States
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If you are driving a lot of speakers in parallel at very low impedance, then
you just need one PBTL per speaker. No logical reason to try synchronize
the switching over multiple chips. Its not going to raise PVDD ceiling if you
are only driving a single loudspeaker, so what would be the purpose?

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