Linear - Amplifiers - Audio

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  • Ask: What does a linear amplifier do?

    Answer: A linear amplifier is an electronic circuit whose output is proportional to its input, but capable of delivering more power into a load. The term usually refers to a type of radio-frequency (RF) power amplifier, some of which have output power measured in kilowatts, and are used in amateur radio.


  • Ask: What does an amplifier do in an audio system?

    Answer: An amplifier is the device that turns the low voltage signals from your source equipment into a signal with enough gain to be used to power a pair of speakers. The functions of an amp can be split into two main sections.


  • Ask: Do Class A amplifiers sound better?

    Answer: In my experience good class AB push-pull transistor amps usually sound better than SE units. The same is true with tube amplifiers: Class A is not necessarily better than class AB. ... As a conclusion: usually class A amps sound good, but not necessarily _very_ good.

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  • Ask: How does an amplifier amplify sound?

    Answer: The Small Signal Amplifier is generally referred to as a \u201cVoltage\u201d amplifier because they usually convert a small input voltage into a much larger output voltage. ... The power amplifier works on the basic principle of converting the DC power drawn from the power supply into an AC voltage signal delivered to the load.

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