NJR has introduced the NJW1110 and NJW1111 nine-input/three-output stereo audio selectors. Each contains three independent nine-input/single-output stereo audio selectors and adjustable gain buffers and features distortion, output noise and crosstalk of 0.001%, -116 dB, and -100 dB, respectively.
All of the internal status and variables of the NJW1110 are controlled via an I2 C interface, and the slave address selector is available for using two chips on same serial bus line. According to the company, the NJW1110 is suited for the latest TV systems and other applications.
The internal status and variables of the NJW1111 are controlled via a three-wire serial bus, and a selectable two-chip address is available for using two chips on the same serial bus line. It is suited for A/V amplifier and receiver systems as well as other applications.
Channel separation for both devices is 100 dB. The NJW1110 and NJW1111 are available in SSOP32 packages.
NJR Corporation , 408-995-6200, www.njr.com