Texas Instruments has come out with a new low power video amplifier, aimed at helping people get lower energy consumption and better image viewing systems like HD set top boxes and Blu-Ray DVD players. With a device that boasts of 21% lower power consumption and 50% lower energy consumption, the THS7365 is the lowest power six-channel , fixed filter video amplifier supporting HDTV and SDTV to date.
On the other hand, the THS7319 is the lowest profile, three-channel video amplifier supporting EDTV. It delivers 25 percent lower quiescent current than alternative devices to prolong battery life in portable media devices.
For pricing, the THS7365 is available today in a TSSOP-20 package that is lead-free and green (RoHS-compliant) and priced at $0.70 in 1,000-unit quantities. The THS7319 is available today in a tiny MicrostarCSP package for $0.85 in 1,000-unit quantities.