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Successful debugging of complex audio systems involves the integration of proper tests and measurement techniques and a sound analytical approach to the problems discovered. Correct modeling is essential, and the results can be predicted using standard circuit analysis techniques. The use of a Tektronix AM503 and P6302 current probe in conjunction with an Audio Precision System 1 is investigated.
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