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WIRELESS HEADPHONE CHIP FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE AUDIO

05-04-2019
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Mouser Electronics stocks the NXH3670 wireless gaming headphone chip from NXP Semiconductors. The ultra-low-power single-chip device is a 2.4GHz wireless transceiver with an embedded microcontroller and a proprietary audio streaming protocol for gaming headsets. The NXH3670 is Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy certified and supports applications that require low-latency audio streaming.

The NXH3670 integrates an Arm Cortex-M0 microcontroller with NXP’s CoolFlux digital signal processor core and hardware accelerators to support audio processing for streaming performance. Ideal for applications requiring reduced battery size and extended performance time, the device boasts industry-low power consumption of just 8.5mW during audio streaming. The NXH3670 runs a proprietary audio streaming protocol optimised for gaming headsets to provide high-quality forward audio streaming at low latency of less than 20ms. It also supports a simultaneous 16kHz microphone backchannel and a bidirectional wireless data channel.

The NXH3670 is available in a compact 34-bump, 7.25 x 7.25mm WLCSP package ideal for space-constrained audio applications including gaming and communication headsets, wireless speakers and wireless microphones.

Mouser Electronics
+852 3756 4700
au.mouser.com

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