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Load Circuit Stabilizing Networks for Audio Amplifiers (Reprint)

The constant-resistance filter, often used to cross over between loudspeakers in a two-way or multiway system, also forms a sound basis for designing a network to inhibit high-frequency instability in an amplifier when the load impedance varies. It further confers immunity against interference fed into an amplifier via the output lead.

JAES Volume 24 Issue 1 pp. 20-23; February 1976
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