TUTORIAL 4723

Eliminating Audible Transients in Audio Systems

By:  Adrian Rolufs
© Aug 09, 2010, Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.

Abstract: A major performance requirement in all audio systems is click-and-pop suppression. It doesn't matter how good the audio performance of a device is―if it makes a noisy click every time it turns on or off, it will not appear to be a quality product. This presentation discusses click-and-pop events and how to eliminate these audible transients to improve audio design, thus enhancing the user experience.



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MAX9725 1V, Low-Power, DirectDrive, Stereo Headphone Amplifier with Shutdown Free Samples  
MAX9890 Audio Click-Pop Suppressor Free Samples  


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APP 4723: Aug 09, 2010
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