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A Digital Amplification Technology to Optimise Performance with High-Resolution Audio

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A performance orientated closed-loop digital amplifier architecture which solves the traditional problems facing digital-input open-loop amplifiers, and is shown to have performance advantages over equivalent systems implemented using conventional analog amplifier technology. Through the use of a high-resolution data-path and the global feedback structure, significant improvements in retained resolution at the amplifier output are evident.

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