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  • Power electronic devices may be used as switches, or as amplifiers.
  • It is possible to construct non-Foster networks using active components such as amplifiers.
  • :You will need to design a Class A amplifier with resistors to define gain.
  • Electronic feedback loops are used to control the output of electronic devices, such as amplifiers.
  • Class-A amplifiers set their output transistors to be operated in their most accurate, and most inefficient, range.
  • Another application is in DC class-A amplifiers.
  • A class-A amplifier, by contrast, must use a device capable of dissipating several times the output power.
  • This is especially needed with non-class-A amplifiers.
  • Class-A amplifiers measure best at low power.
  • A " class-A amplifier " is distinguished by the output stage devices being biased for class A operation.
  • SOA specifications are useful to the design engineer working on power circuits such as amplifiers and foldback circuits.
  • Gryphon 100-watt-per-channel class-A amplifiers dissipate over 400 watts per channel even with no signal applied to their inputs.
  • The LM358 is designed for general use as amplifiers, high-pass filters and low, band pass filters and analog adders.
  • A push pull amplifier draws little power with zero signal, compared to a class-A amplifier that draws constant power.
  • Some audiophile equipment, such as amplifiers, continues to be point-to-point wired using terminal pins, often in very small quantities.
  • Class-A amplifiers can be designed to have good linearity in both " single ended " and " push-pull " topologies.
  • FETs can also be used as amplifiers for large amounts of current using a small voltage as a control signal.
  • As amplifiers of the time did not produce much power, the speakers had to be extremely efficient to produce adequate loudness.
  • This is because a push pull amplifier has a symmetric ( class A amplifiers, which are otherwise required for single-ended linear amplification.
  • Loudness compensation is difficult to implement, since the audio level at a listener's ears depends on speaker sensitivity as well as amplifier gain.
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