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[Only registered users see links. ] (D-60) is a high efficient and high output digital audio power amplifier controller IC. By combining a general purpose PowerMOSFET (hereafter called PowerMOSFET) which is connected with YDA136 and BTL, it is able to compose a high efficient audio power amplifier such as 60Wx2ch (Supplied voltage=32V, RL=6Ω) and 100Wx2ch (Supplied voltage=40V, RL=6Ω). YDA136 has 24bit 192kHz (max) DAC and 6 to -73dB(1dB Step) of electron volumes in addition to a digital amplifier controller, and supports a digital audio signal input. Furthermore, it also supports an analog audio signal input with DAC bypasses. YDA136 realizes a high-standing audio characteristic that is lower noise and distortion rate by performing an analog feedback from PowerMOSFET output, and by using Yamaha’s unique modulation method.
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