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Audio chip supports 4mA operation from 1.8V source

05 May 2015

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ON Semiconductor has teamed up with AfterMaster HD Audio Labs Inc., a subsidiary of Studio One Media Inc., to develop the BelaSigna 300 AM digital signal processing (DSP) chip embedded with AfterMaster technology. The companies said the device is a revolutionary audio solution that intends to significantly improve the listening experience on any consumer device.

The BelaSigna 300 AM can be easily installed by manufacturers to offer incredible sound in any device with audio capabilities. With its miniature size, WLCSP packaging and low power usage, even small electronics such as headphones and smartphones can leverage the AfterMaster HD processing technology, eliminating the need for large or expensive hardware redesigns.

BelaSigna 300 AM

The chip will operate at 4mA from a 1.8V source while running AfterMaster HD's algorithms to provide high-fidelity, studio-quality sound to audio-enabled devices and services including TVs, headphones, speakers, mobile devices, streaming services and more. Using real-time mastering and re-mastering processing technology as well as proprietary Adaptive Intuitive Response mechanisms, AfterMaster HD preserves original sound quality while introducing greater depth, clarity and richness to any listening experience, the companies stated.

Product distribution of BelaSigna 300 AM with AfterMaster HD will be available through ON Semiconductor's global channel and distribution network.




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