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1. (WO2017168250) BOOSTER CIRCUIT INCLUDING DYNAMICALLY SLIDING POWER SUPPLY UNIT
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CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

1. A dynamic boost audio system, comprising:

a booster circuit including a dynamically sliding power supply unit (PSU) capable of outputting power among a plurality of different power levels, the booster circuit configured to identify a real-time audio level of an audio signal, and automatically adjust the power to the power level such that the audio signal is output in response to the real-time audio level.

2. The dynamic boost audio system of claim 1, further comprising an amplifier circuit that drives at least one audio output device

3. The dynamic boost audio system of claim 2, further comprising a power supply connected to the booster circuit, wherein the booster circuit outputs the power level according to a first power level output by the power supply when the real-audio level is at a first audio level, and increases the first power level to generate a second power level when the real-audio level exceeds a first audio level threshold.

4. The dynamic boost audio system of claim 3, wherein the dynamic boost audio system further comprises:

a short-range wireless audio module that outputs an audio output signal; and a rectifier circuit in signal communication with the short-range wireless audio module to rectify the audio output signal to generate a DC signal.

5. The dynamic boost audio system of claim 4, wherein the booster circuit outputs the first power level directly to the amplifier circuit in response to the audio level being less than or equal to the audio level threshold.

6. The dynamic boost audio system of claim 5, wherein, in response to the audio level exceeding the audio level threshold, the booster circuit generates the second power level based on the DC signal output by the rectifier circuit.

7. The dynamic boost audio system of claim 6, wherein the plurality of different power levels includes the first power level output by the power supply when the audio level is equal to or less than the first audio level threshold, the second increased power level generated by the booster circuit when the audio level exceeds the first audio level threshold, and a third increased power level generated by the booster circuit when the audio level exceeds a second audio level that is greater than the first audio level, wherein the third increased power is greater than the first power level and the second power level.

8. A method of dynamically adjusting power consumption of a boost audio system, the method comprising:

identifying a real-time audio level of an audio signal, the audio signal having a plurality of different audio levels during a given time period; and

automatically adjusting the power to a power level generated by the boost audio system such that the audio signal is output in response to the real-time audio level at a given time during the time period.

9. The method of claim 8, further comprising driving at least one audio output device using an amplifier circuit.

10. The method of claim 9, further comprising outputting the power level according to a first power level output by the power supply when the real-audio level is at a first audio level; and

increasing the first power level to generate a second power level when the real-audio level exceeds a first audio level threshold.

11. The method of claim 10, further comprising:

outputting an audio output signal via a short-range wireless audio module; and rectifying the audio output signal, via a rectifier circuit, to generate a DC signal.

12. The method of claim 11, further comprising outputting the first power level directly to the amplifier circuit in response to the audio level being less than or equal to the audio level threshold.

13. The method of claim 12, further comprising generating the second power level based on the DC signal output by the rectifier circuit, , in response to the audio level exceeding the audio level threshold, the booster circuit.

14. The method of claim 13, further comprising outputting the first power level output by the power supply when the audio level is less than or equal to the first audio level threshold, outputting the second increased power level generated by the booster circuit in response to the audio level exceeding the first audio level threshold, and outputting a third increased power level generated by the booster circuit in response to the audio level exceeding a second audio level that is greater than the first audio level, wherein the third increased power is greater than the first power level and the second power level.