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Transient Distortion in Feedback Amplifiers

A common form of audio-frequency amplifier which exhibits one type of transient distortion, first-stage clipping, is modeled. From this model a design criterion is derived by which such distortion is avoided. The effect of low-pass filtering the amplifier input signal is investigated and some important factors in the design of a transient-distortion-free amplifier are discussed.

JAES Volume 26 Issue 5 pp. 314-322; May 1978
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