Fully integrated DIY Class D Amp - NXP vs. TI

Hi there,

after building active loudspeakers with analogue integrated power ICs, I would like to give a class D Amp a try. As an analgue reference IC the TDA 7293 isn't a bad choice. The amp should have around 100W @ 4Ohms, THD=10%, Single ended/ Max THD approx. 0,1% @ P=0,1…50W, f = 10Hz-20kHz

After made some inquiries I found the NXP TDA 8920C, and TI TAS5611 as an acceptable possibility. I heard that IR also sells good class D -Chips, but I just found discrete amps, which isn't a possibility for me.

Does anybody knows other goot integrated class D amps?


Cheers