International Rectifier Demonstrates Latest Class D Audio Power Management Solutions at 2014 International CES

Dec 18, 2013 | Technology Media

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — International Rectifier, IR® (NYSE: IRF), a world leader in power management technology, today announced the company will showcase its latest Class D Audio power management solutions at 2014 International CES which takes place January 7-10, 2014, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Live demonstrations of IR's latest dedicated solutions for home theater applications, musical instruments and car entertainment will be held at CES' High Performance Audio and Home Theater exhibit suites at The Venetian Tower, Suite 29-229.

The demonstrations will include IR's PowIRaudio™ family of integrated power modules and digital power MOSFETs that offer a highly efficient, compact solution to reduce component count, shrink PCB size and simplify Class D amplifier design.

"IR is pleased to have the opportunity to demonstrate our advanced MOSFETs and gate driver ICs for Class D Audio applications at International CES, the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow," said Adam White, IR's Senior Vice President, Global Sales.

With more than four decades of success, the International CES reaches across global markets, connects the industry and enables CE innovations to grow and thrive. The International CES is produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the consumer technology industry.

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About International Rectifier

International Rectifier (NYSE:IRF) is a world leader in power management technology. IR's analog and mixed signal ICs, advanced circuit devices, integrated power systems and components enable high performance computing and reduce energy waste from motors, the world's single largest consumer of electricity. Leading manufacturers of computers, energy efficient appliances, lighting, automobiles, satellites, aircraft and defense systems rely on IR's power management benchmarks to power their next generation products.