Using precisely matched resistors, audio line receivers are made to provide the highest possible common-mode rejection ratio. In order to produce a clear and crisp audio sound, these differential line receivers are constructed to minimize noise and THD+N. Intended for use in both audio and industrial settings.
The Global audio line receivers market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
For a wide range of applications, Analog Devices audio line driver and receiver solutions include differential-output buffer amplifiers and differential input buffer amplifiers.
These components maintain the sonic quality of audio systems by eliminating power line hum, RF interference, voltage drops, and other externally generated noise that is frequently encountered with long audio cable runs.
This is accomplished by using low noise thermally matched thin film resistors and high slew rate amplifiers.ADC drivers, high-performance audio, sine/cosine encoders, and other professional and consumer uses are among the product portfolio’s applications.
A hardware platform for testing the efficiency of the INA1650 differential line receiver is the INA1650EVM from TI. With its exceptional common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) over a wide temperature range, ultra-low distortion, and noise, the INA1650, a new addition to the SoundPlus integrated circuit devices, provides balanced music with excellent noise immunity in all conditions.
The left channel and right channel inputs for the EVM each have two AC coupled differential inputs. On the EVM, single supply and dual supply operation are both supported, and switching between them only needs the movement of one jumper. The INA1650EVM’s simplicity makes it possible to evaluate its performance quickly and simply.
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