Audio SoC integrates multiple media decoders

Audio SoC integrates multiple media decoders

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The device integrates a processor chip with SDRAM featuring an optimized architecture that leverages software and circuit elements such as ASIC (Application Specific IC), MCU, and various media decoders (developed by the ROHM Group) on a single chip.

The media decoder supports a wide range of audio sources and can ensure stable playback of damaged CDs and even non-standard USB. Rohm’s audio SoC integrates both a CD DSP (CD media decoder) and 16Mb SDRAM (Lapis Semiconductor product), which were previously implemented separately, in a single package. This not only reduces mounting area, but also eliminates the need to consider radiation noise between components.

With the new Audio SoC, Rohm has built what it claims to be the industry’s first high-resolution reference audio design, maximizing the performance of audio devices and peripheral applications by configuring Rohm’s amp, CD driver, and other elements around the audio SoC. The company also provides dedicated software to enable the rapid development of audio devices capable of stable playback of a wide range of audio sources, shortening development time considerably.

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