BD34301EKV (New)
MUS-IC™ Series, 32-bit,768 kHz Sampling Stereo Audio D/A Converter

BD34301EKV is 32-bit high sound quality Stereo Audio D/A converter with ROHM original sound quality design, realizing excellent numerical performance (SNR: 130 dB (Typ) , THD+N: -115 dB (Typ) ) suitable for high-end audio. Favorite sound is selectable by switching 2 kinds of digital FIR filters (Sharp Roll-Off, Slow Roll-Off). PCM I/F supports up to 768 kHz and DSD I/F supports up to 22.4 MHz.

It is the masterpiece of ROHM audio IC which pursues both the numerical values and sound quality performance required in an audio device to the utmost limits and created through the ardency of ROHM engineeers. That is ROHM Musical Device "MUS-IC".

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Product Detail

 
Part Number | BD34301EKV-E2
Status | Recommended
Package | HTQFP64BV
Unit Quantity | 1000
Minimum Package Quantity | 1000
Packing Type | Taping
RoHS | Yes

Specifications:

Grade

Standard

I/F

2-wire

Sampling Rate (Max.) [kHz]

768

Resolution (Max.) [bit]

32

DAC channels

2

Input Types

I2S DSD

Output Types

Line

SNR (Typ.) [dB]

130

THD+N (Typ.) [dB]

-115

Dynamic Range (Typ.) [dB]

130

DSD Clock (Max.) [MHz]

22.4

Supply Voltage Range of AVCC [V]

4.5 to 5.5

Supply Voltage Range of DVDD [V]

1.4 to 1.6

Supply Voltage Range of DVDDIO [V]

3.0 to 3.6

Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C]

-25

Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C]

85

Features:

  • MUS-IC™ Series
  • SNR 130 dB (Typ) , THD+N -115 dB (Typ) (PCM mode)
  • Sampling Frequency 32 kHz to 768 kHz (PCM mode)
  • 2 Kinds of Digital FIR Filters (PCM mode)
  • DSD 2.8 MHz, 5.6 MHz, 11.2 MHz, 22.4 MHz Available
  • Supports Stereo Mode (2ch) and Mono Mode (1ch)
  • Selectable 4 Device Addresses (38h, 3Ah, 3Ch, 3Eh)

Supporting Information

 

Overview

MUS-IC™ DAC Chip (BD34301EKV) Development Concept

The BD34301EKV DAC chip, developed as part of ROHM’s high-grade MUS-ICT™ series representing the pinnacle of audio ICs, emphasizes ‘spatial reverberation’, ‘quietness’, and ‘dynamic range’ – qualities important for reproducing classical music. Original sound quality design technology makes it possible to successfully reproduce the target sound quality by incorporating a circuit in the signal processing block to check for audio quality. At the same time, class-leading low noise and distortion (130dB SN ratio, -115dB THD+N) provide the high performance demanded by high fidelity audio equipment. At last, the customizable digital filter – a key function of the digital signal processing circuit – supports the creation of the ideal sound sought by audio equipment manufacturers.

 

Key Features

1. Achieves best-in-class sound quality characteristics ideal for classical music

The BD34301EKV delivers superior performance in audio equipment by improving sound quality in ways that cannot be defined by numerical characteristics (130dB S/N ratio, -115dB THD+N). For example, in the D/A conversion circuit, ROHM was able to minimize the power supply impedance of each constituent current segment while optimizing the wiring layout to reduce the clock delay (error that determines the timing operation of each current segment) as much as possible. In addition, the digital filter (FIR filter), a key function of the digital signal processing circuit, is designed to faithfully process even the smallest signals by achieving a rejection band attenuation of -150dB or less (a performance indicator of digital filters). This makes it possible to extract the full amount of information from sound sources and deliver sound quality characteristics that allow one to hear elements such as ‘spatial reverberation’, ‘quietness’, and ‘dynamic range’ important when listening to classical music.

BD34301EKV Circuit Block Diagram and Features
Input Level vs THD+N Characteristics
Digital Filter Frequency Response Graph

2.Customizable digital filter allows designers to tailor the sound to audio equipment

Built-In Customizable Digital Filters

The BD34301EKV enables selection of the digital filter (FIR filter) in the digital signal processing circuit from preset/custom/external settings. At the same time, both the filter’s calculation coefficients and oversampling rate are programmable. Constructing a unique digital filter makes it possible to achieve different sound quality tunings for each audio equipment, reducing development load while contributing to the creation of ideal sound sought by audio manufacturers.

Evalustion Board

BD34301EKV-EVK-001 evalustion board also available

Evaluation
Board

 
    • Evaluation Board
    • BD34301EKV-EVK
    • BD34301EKV is a 32-bit Stereo Audio D/A Converter with ROHM original sound quality design, realizing excellent performance (SNR: 130 dB (Typ), THD+N: -115 dB (Typ))*1 suitable for high-end audio. Different type sound is realized by selecting 2 kinds of digital FIR filters (Sharp Roll-Off, Slow Roll-Off). PCM I/F supports up to 768 kHz and DSD I/F supports up to 22.4 MHz

  • User's Guide Purchase Inquiry

Design Resources

 

Documents

White Paper

  • How a High-Resolution D/A Converter Can Help Capture the Sound Quality of a Symphony Orchestra

User's Guide

  • Evaluation Board User's Guide for BD34301EKV-EVK-001

Technical Articles

Schematic Design & Verification

  • Impedance Characteristics of Bypass Capacitor

Thermal Design

  • What Is Thermal Design
  • Method for Calculating Junction Temperature from Transient Thermal Resistance Data
  • Thermal Resistance

Tools

2D/3D/CAD

  • HTQFP64BV Footprint / Symbol
  • HTQFP64BV 3D STEP Data

Packaging & Quality

Manufacturing Data

  • Factory Information