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IoT Audio

IoT Audio


This IoT audio application receives video and hi-res audio signals from WIFI or Bluetooth processes and send them to displays, speakers or any other audio and video output. It also can include an external Audio Codec that can support different audio formats.

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i.MX 8M Applications Processor | Arm® Cortex®-A53, Cortex-M4 | 4K display resolution | NXP 

Product Description 1

The i.MX 8M provides industry-leading audio, voice processing for applications that scale from consumer home audio to industrial building automation and mobile computers. The i.MX 8M features the highest levels of pro audio fidelity with more than 20 audio channels each @384KHz.


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14-channel power management IC optimized for i.MX 8M | NXP 

Product Description 1

The PF4210 is a high-performance PMIC that is optimized to power low-cost consumer applications with the i.MX 8M family of applications processors. It can provide power for a complete system, including applications processors, memory and system peripherals.


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Audio Amplifier

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TFA9888|Stereo Smart Audio Amplifier | NXP 

Product Description 1

The TFA9888UK brings a 9.5V boost and stereo output for great sound in mobile devices. It has high efficient stereo 2x3.2W Class-D audio amplifiers with 9.5V boost voltage into small form factor devices while enabling optimized handset performance.

Related Documentation

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i.MX 8M Quad Power Consumption Measurement

Implement Low-Power Audio on i.MX8M

Software Solutions for Migration Guide from Aarch32 to Aarch64



Training URL

i.MX 8M Evaluation Kit | NXP   


Training URL

Advanced Analog Solutions 

Attach PMIC Offerings for NXP's Next-Generation Multi-Media Processors 

Related Demos from Communities

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