The TPA5051 accepts two serial audio inputs, buffers the data for a selectable period of time, and outputs the delayed audio data on two serial outputs. One device allows delay of up to 85 ms/ch (fs = 48 kHz) to synchronize the audio stream to the video stream in systems with complex video processing algorithms. If more delay is needed, the devices can be connected in series. Independent clocks can be used for each audio input.
The SRC4382 is a highly-integrated CMOS device designed for use in professional and broadcast digital audio systems. The SRC4382 combines a high-performance, two-channel, asynchronous sample rate converter (SRC) with a digital audio interface receiver (DIR) and transmitter (DIT), two audio serial ports, and flexible distribution logic for interconnection of the function block data and clocks.
The SRC4190 is an asynchronous sample rate converter designed for professional and broadcast audio applications. The SRC4190 combines a wide input-to-output sampling ratio with outstanding dynamic range and low distortion. Input and output serial ports support standard audio formats, as well as a Time Division Multiplexed (TDM) mode. Flexible audio interfaces allow the SRC4190 to connect to a wide range of audio data converters, digital audio receivers and transmitters, and digital signal proces
The PCM9211 is a complete analog and digital front-end for today’s multimedia players and recorders.