Boom Box / Mini Stereo System

A Boom Box/Mini Stereo system is a consumer electronics device that receives AM/FM and other audio signals coming from auxiliary inputs and reproduces the audio signal in two channel stereo sound. Silicon Labs' solutions can help you design a differentiated, high-performance product in a small footprint. Below is an example using the EZRadio Si4010 RF transmitter and MCU or the EZRadio Si4012 RF transmitter as the remote control for a mini-stereo system or boom box.

Silicon Labs' Solutions for Audio/Mini Component System Receivers

Silicon Labs Solutions Customer Benefits
Multi-band radio receiver family: Pin compatible silicon DSP radio receiver family supporting FM, AM, SW, LW, WB-SAME, and RDS reception Flexible radio design for multitude of bands and features based on common hardware platform
Fully integrated, self aligned radio: Robust silicon radio requiring minimal external passive components and no external tuned components Low power, small footprint, and low manufacturing cost (requires no manual tuning
Single chip remote control IC: EZRadio RF transmitter remote control IC, embedded MCU, crystal-less design Simpler design, shorter design cycles than traditional solutions
Reliable capacitive sensing support: Innovative MCU functionality with capacitive sensing, wake-on-touch, and LED lighting control Enables stylish and differentiated user interfaces
Human interface capabilities: Industry's most sensitive active infrared proximity sensor IC Implement extended range infrared motion sensing with unusually low power levels
Low power operation: Low power LCD controller, easily interfaced with SPI or I2C Works efficiently with the MCU to reduce system size and power consumption
Mixed-signal 8051 MCU: Industry's smallest footprint without compromising on performance or integration Optimized for space-constrained, low-power, low-cost applications; cost sensitive, pin-compatible OTP options available