Analog Devices' Audio Codecs Offer the Industry's Best Audio Experience, Lowest Power Dissipation : – ADI's ADAU1361 low-power stereo audio codec leads the industry in audio performance at lowest dissipated power, while the ADAU1761 adds support for ADI's audio algorithm suite or licensed third party algorithms.

SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) October 2, 2008

The ADAU1361 and ADAU1761 audio codecs include stereo audio ADCs (analog-to-digital converters) and DACs (digital-to-analog converters) that support sample rates from 8 kHz to 96 kHz, and a digital volume control. The analog input stage supports a stereo line input, a stereo analog microphone interface and a circuit to supply the microphone bias voltage. It also supports the new standard in high-performance low-noise, digital microphones.

The analog output stage includes two differential and three single-ended outputs, allowing for the direct connection of stereo headphones, an earpiece and other output transducers. AC-coupled or “capless” configurations are supported for the headphone interface. The differential line outputs can interface to a broad portfolio of ADI’s Class-D power amplifiers.

The serial control bus supports the I

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