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An Ultra-Low Distortion Direct-Current Amplifier

A high-power complementary symmetry emitter-follower output amplifier is described which can drive loads in the impedance range of 4 to 16 ohm, providing distortion of less than 0.2% in the range from 20 to 20,000 Hz. Performance measurements on the amplifier are presented and discussed.

JAES Volume 15 Issue 3 pp. 290-294; July 1967
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