Sound Processor for Car Audio with Built-in High-Voltage Amplifier and 2nd Order Post Filter - BD37069FV-M (New)

BD37069FV-M is a sound processor developed for car audio with built-in selector of six stereo inputs and output interfaced to ADC after adjusting signal level. BD37069FV-M has a 6-channel volume circuit and built-in 2nd order post filter which reduces the out-of-band noise. The High-Voltage function is capable to reach up to 5.2VRMS maximum output. Furthermore, the IC is simple to design due to the built-in TDMA noise reduction systems.

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BD37069FV-ME2 Active SSOP-B40 2000 2000 Taping inquiry sim
Vcc(Min.)[V] 7.0
Vcc(Max.)[V] 9.5
Iq[mA] 30.0
Outputs 6
THD[%] 0.0030
Output Noise[µVrms] 3.1
Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C] -40
Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C] 85
    • AEC-Q100 Qualified
    • Built-in differential input selector that can select single-ended / differential input
    • Reduce switching pop noise of input gain control due to the built-in advanced switch circuit
    • Less out-of-band noise of DAC by built-in 2nd order post filter
    • Built-in buffered ground isolation amplifier to achieve high CMRR characteristics
    • Built-in TDMA noise reduction circuit reduces the additional components for external filter
    • Available to output 5.2VRMS by High-Voltage function (This device is possible to 3.2VRMS output by using another High-Voltage mode, VCCH=11.5V)
    • Available to control by 3.3V / 5V for I2C-bus controller
    • The input and output terminals are located together to arrange the flow of signal in a same direction making the PCB layout easier and PCB area smaller
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