TPA2039D1 is a low-power, Class-D, 12-dB fixed-gain audio power amplifier evaluation module (EVM). The EVM features a mono audio power amplifier capable of delivering 1.47 W into 8 Ω and 2.57 W into 4 Ω at 1% THD+N (YFF package). The TPA2039D1 EVM consists of a TPA2039D1 device and all necessary components to evaluate it.
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