Since the advent of the FET, which made it possible to transistorize the classic audio circuitry for microphones, designers have continually sought to achieve better specifications regarding dynamic range, noise, and distortion. Recently developed semiconductors and circuitry have been an increasingly appropriate means to this end.
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