Cirrus Logic’s rearchitected pro audio family of AD/DA converters was recently announced. The new devices are meant to solve common problems in the audio industry, such as new hybrid gain control.
The AD/DA series of converters is aimed at professional audio applications, combining superior performance, system-level enhancements, and low power consumption to address common industry audio issues, such as a new hybrid gain control.
The first three products being showcased and are available, are the 2-, 4-, and 8-channel ADCs ready for easy development in complex and demanding applications. Those applications include digital mixers and USB audio interfaces, for automotive applications.
According to Cirrus Logic, these new devices use process-optimized systems for enhanced analog performance and digital density. The units deliver superior performance and industry-leading low power consumption. This is along with other system-level enhancements, such as the previously mentioned new hybrid gain control architecture.
The target applications include professional digital mixers, USB audio interfaces, audio-video receivers, home audio, and musical instruments like synthesizers, amplifiers, and DJ mixers.
The first products to be introduced are the Cirrus Logic CS5302P stereo ADC, CS5304P 4-Channel ADC, and CS5308P 8-Channel ADC all of which offer a simple control scheme, along with a flexible clocking configuration and a single power rail, making these devices easy to integrate in many markets.
For more information on the Cirrus Logic AD/DA converters check out the product page here.
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