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Music lovers have interesting news as NXP Semiconductors is coming up with a brand new audio system called NXP TFA9887 IC which has the capability in delivering 5 times the usual output. It is made possible with an embedded algorithm which not only aids in boosting output power but also deeper bass, louder sound, and overall higher quality.
This new NXP sound system is designed to work specifically with smartphone and tablets improvising the music experience. No detailed information of this NXP sound system is known at the instance. With the known details, let us take a look on the music enhancements put forward by NXP in its new sound system.
As with the earlier cases, audio systems could deliver an output of 0.5 watts when working with smartphone and tablets. NXP TFA9887 IC can boost up the audio efficiency to about 5 times the usual output. This is made real with the inclusion of NXP TFA9887 chip bringing in 2.6-watt RMS. Along with the improved output efficiency; this music system includes safety measures also like real-time temperature protection and adaptive excursion control. NXP new sound system has the capability to boost up the listening experience providing louder and richer sound quality from any mobile device virtually.
Normally the bass sounds seem indistinguishable with tablets and smartphones probably due to the small audio system. The output power and also the sound quality had certain limitations with the small speakers. There were also short coming to use the extra power as they were no guarantee on a safe use.
All these limitations are covered up with the TFA9887 chip inclusion in the new system which outputs more power and at the same time assure that there is risk free. This is made effective by a current-sensing amplifier which monitors the speaker whenever it works near peak output. It has the ability to optimize the audio signal with respect to speaker movement which is not seen with any other models.
The new models seems interesting with its superior sound features and security aspects.