A new architecture of class-D amplifier with a multibit delta-sigma modulator control is presented in this paper. In the presented amplifier, the 3-bit 8-level digital outputs of the second-order delta-sigma modulator are utilized to generate switching signals with different pulse widths for the class-D power amplifier. A closed-loop class-D amplifier is adopted by feeding the analog output signal from the power stage to the input to improve the linearity. The presented class-D amplifier is simulated with TSMC 0.18-μm CMOS process. The SNDR of the proposed amplifier is 78 dB within a 25 kHz signal bandwidth under a sample rate of 2.56 MHz. The THD is 0.01% at a power consumption of 140 mW.