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A 200-Watt Solid State Stereo Amplifier

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A new technique using an inbiased output stage extends the power output limit of a solid state power amplifier. The cross-over distortion inherent in an unbiased Class B output stage is eliminated by means other than biasing. An amplifier using the system described produces 100 watts continuously with extremely low intermodulation distortion.

JAES Volume 13 Issue 3 pp. 222-228; July 1965
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