TPA2013D1RGPR Audio Amp Speaker Electronic Components Integrated Circuit IC Chip 100% New & Original

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This TPA2013D1RGPR class D amplifier  has a large mid-band. This audio amplifier can handle a current up to 1700 mA. Its maximum power dissipation is 2500 mW. It has a differential input signal and a differential output signal. It has a maximum load resistance of 8 Ohm. Its typical dual supply voltage is 3|5 V, with a minimum of 1.8|3 V and maximum of 5.5 V. It has a 1-channel mono output. This audio amplifier has a minimum operating temperature of -40 °C and a maximum of 85 °C. This device uses dual power supplies.

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    Product Attributes

    EU RoHS Compliant
    ECCN (US) EAR99
    Part Status Active
    HTS 8542.33.00.01
    Automotive No
    PPAP No
    Function Speaker
    Amplifier Type Class-D
    THDN 10%@8Ohm@2.2W|0.1%@8Ohm@1W
    Output Signal Type Differential
    Output Type 1-Channel Mono
    Maximum Output Current (mA) 1700
    Minimum Dual Supply Voltage (V) 1.8|3
    Typical Dual Supply Voltage (V) 3|5
    Maximum Dual Supply Voltage (V) 5.5
    Maximum Quiescent Current (mA) 23@3.6V/6@5.5V
    Power Supply Type Dual
    Typical Output Power x Channels @ Load (W) 2.7x1@4Ohm
    Maximum Power Dissipation (mW) 2500
    Minimum Operating Temperature (°C) -40
    Maximum Operating Temperature (°C) 85
    Packaging Tape and Reel
    Mounting Surface Mount
    Package Height 0.95(Max)
    Package Width 4.15(Max)
    Package Length 4.15(Max)
    PCB changed 20
    Standard Package Name QFN
    Supplier Package VQFN EP
    Pin Count 20
    Lead Shape No Lead

    What is an audio amplifier?

    Audio amplifiers are devices or circuits that amplify and buffer audio signals to drive a low impedance, inductive speaker load. They are used in applications like high-powered audio systems in cars and homes, television sets, headphones and microphones. Some devices incorporate a serial interface for direct control of parameters by a processor. They are also available in different input signal types, including analog, pulse width modulation (PWM) and a number of digital industry standard formats. Examples of digital formats typically supported are: I2S, time division multiplex (TDM), left-justified (LJ) and right-justified (RJ).


    An audio amplifier has a number of characteristics to consider. Amplifiers with digital inputs will support ‘sample rates’ that can range from 8 kHz to 192 kHz. They may be designed to incorporate the digital audio flow from a DSP and have sophisticated configurations for Bluetooth speakers, sound bars, docking stations and even sub-woofers. Analog inputs may be single-ended or differential and include a preamp, clip detection and tweeter detect. Audio power amplifiers may be closed or open loop designs, incorporating internal feedback and current limiting. Some amplifiers will have fault, over temperature and clipping detection, and may be available as digital output signals for a connected processor. Most audio amplifiers will incorporate a MUTE circuit.


    Many audio amplifiers will support multiple channels. These usually have a rated output power for contiguous continuous operation into speaker impedance (for example 4 Ohms). They will also be rated for a specific maximum total harmonic distortion and noise (THD+N) under different load and power conditions. Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) is also a very important consideration in the reduction of hum and noise coupled from the power supply. Multiple Channel Audio Amplifiers may support “bridge tied load” configurations where outputs are combined to drive a single load and increase output power. This is important in sub-woofer amplifier design.

    What is a Class D power amplifier?

    Class D power amplifier is a kind of electronic amplifier, also known as power switching amplifier.

     Advantages of Class D power amplifiers:

    1, High efficiency: Class D power amplifier can provide low thermal power consumption, good performance output, light weight. This is a crucial problem for portable amplifiers and bass amplifiers.

    2, wide application: Class D power amplifier has a wide range of applications.

    3, clear sound: D class effect can be adjusted relative frequency, clear sound, accurate positioning of sound and image.

    4, can be mass production: D class power amplifier as long as the element position is placed correctly, can be mass production, safe and reliable.

    5, multifunctional: D class power amplifier can be directly remote control, monitoring and other operations, without any other equipment.

    6. Power saving: Compared with AB amplifiers, Class D power amplifiers require smaller heat sinks and power supplies.

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