Fairchild’s new stereo class G headphone

By : |April 3, 2012 0

SAN JOSE, USA: In order to cater to the designers of mobile devices such as smartphones and portable media players, Fairchild Semiconductor has developed the FAB2210 audio subsystem with integrated Class-G headphone amplifier and Class-D speaker amplifier.

The device features cap-free outputs for reduced bill of material (BOM) and better frequency response, 105dB signal to noise ratio (SNR) which means that it will create less noise, automatic gain control (AGC) for maximum output volume, Selectable single-ended or differential audio inputs for high common mode rejection.

It is configurable using I2C control and is suitable for mobile handsets/smart phones, portable media players (PMP), portable GPS and gaming devices, digital voice recorders.

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