Audio amplifiers based on a Class-D topology have been implemented in various high power systems to take advantage of the topology's increased efficiency. Class-D offers advantages for lower-power computer and consumer audio applications, but the designer must be aware of potential problems with Class-D audio amplifiers that do not exist when designing-in linear audio amplifiers.
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