Class-D amplifiers (CDAs) are widely used in audio applications where a high power efficiency is required. As most audio sources are digital nowadays, implementing digital-input CDAs results in higher levels of integration and lower cost. However, prior open-loop digital-input CDAs suffer from high jitter sensitivity and output-stage distortion. In , jitter sensitivity at small signal levels is mitigated using a buck-boost converter that adaptively lowers the supply at the expense of extra external components and reduced power efficiency. Prior closed-loop digital-input CDAs employing multi-bit current-steering  or resistive  DACs are less sensitive to jitter, but their DR is limited to about 115dB. DAC non-idealities and intermodulation distortion are also challenges, and prior works only achieved a peak textTHD+N of about -98textdB , . This paper presents a digital-input CDA that achieves high DR by combining a low-noise capacitive DAC (CDAC) with dedicated techniques to mitigate DAC mismatch, lSI, and intermodulation distortion. A prototype implemented in a 0.18mum BCD process achieves 120.9dB DR and -111.2textdB peak textTHD+N. Furthermore, it can deliver 13W/23W at 10% THD into an 8Omega/4Omega load with a 90%/86% efficiency.