Integrated Audio Voltage and Power Amplification-Problems and Solutions
While integrated circuits offer size and, in quantity, economical advantages for audio application, conventional biasing and coupling is often precluded by component constraints. Techniques which not only overcome such limitations, but often result in improved performance are discussed and illustrated.
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