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THAT Corp. Debuts New Offerings

THAT Corporation introduced two new products—the THAT 1583 Differential Audio Preamplifier IC and the THAT 4316 low-voltage, low-power Analog Engine—at AES in San Francisco this past weekend.

New York, NY (November 6, 2012)—THAT Corporation introduced two new products—the THAT 1583 Differential Audio Preamplifier IC and the THAT 4316 low-voltage, low-power Analog Engine—at AES in San Francisco this past weekend.

The THAT 1583 is a current-feedback amplifier suitable for differential microphone preamplifier and bus summing applications. It improves on THAT’s 1510 and 1512 by reportedly offering a more versatile configuration that can yield lower noise at low gains, lower distortion overall, and higher slew rate.

In addition to analog-controlled applications, the 1583 is designed to mate with THAT’s series of Digital Preamplifier Controller ICs.

The THAT4316 is a single-chip Analog Engine that incorporates a class-AB voltage-controlled amplifier (VCA) and true-RMS-responding level detector. The 16-pin QSOP part is aimed at battery-operated audio applications including companding systems for wireless microphones, wireless instruments, and in-ear monitors, as well as dynamics processors of all types. The 4316 operates from a single supply voltage down to 2.7V, drawing only 1.2mA at 3.3V.

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