In addition to supplying the current requirements at the proper voltage, the designer of power supplies for transistorized preamplifiers must consider the acceptable levels of heat dissipation, noise, and voltage drift. A brief survey of the sources of these factors can quickly lead one to their reduction as cost allows.
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