Key Technical Features -- LM48100 Audio Power Amplifier The LM48100Q is a single-supply, mono bridge-tied load amplifier with I2C-compatible volume control.
What does BTL stand for?
BTL stands for Bridge-Tied Load (amplifier)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Implementations with today's chipset are able to produce 20 to 250 Watts with up to eight single-ended or four bridge-tied load channels using a single modulator, with flexible combinations of modulators and feedback processors allowing a variety of channel counts to be implemented.
The TB2924FG offers a compelling solution for a wide range of audio power applications with its single power supply design, surface-mount package and high-efficiency operation for up to 21 watts (W) x 2 bridge-tied load (BTL) channels," said David Cruikshank, business development manager for digital consumer products in the ASSP Business Unit at TAEC.
The AS1701/06 family contains a bridge-tied load (BTL) output stage to differentially drive 4 Ohm and 8 Ohm speakers.
1W (typical) of output power to an 8 Ohm, 4 Ohm or 3 Ohm bridge-tied load (BTL), respectively.
65 watts (W) of continuous average power into a 4 ohm bridge-tied load (BTL).
It is capable of delivering 1W of continuous average power to an 8 Ohm bridge-tied load (BTL) with less than 1% total harmonic distortion plus noise (THD+N) from a 5V DC power supply.
Further, a differential input design improves noise and common-mode rejection, while a bridge-tied load (BTL) design minimizes external component count, while providing Hi-Fi audio power amplification.