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An Approach to Audio Frequency Amplifier Design
The General Electric Co. Ltd. of England
by Audio Amateur Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
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This reprint of the classic book by GEC of England presents 17 high quality amplifier designs covering applications from a simple amplifier for home use to very large PA units. It provides firm guidance for the tube enthusiast and full explanations of all the important considerations in designing quality amplification.
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The suppression of all frequencies above Hz reduces the quality of sound but does not affect the intelligibility.For example, an amplifier designed for audio frequency amplification will amplify signals with a frequency of less than about 20kHz but will not amplify signals having higher frequencies.
An amplifier designed for radio frequencies will amplify a band of frequencies above about kHz but will not amplify the lower frequency audio signals.An Approach to Audio Frequency Amplifier Design First published in by the Valves and Electronics Department General Electric Company of England, this book covers the essential details and circuit diagrams of a wide range of audio frequency amplifiers from a 5 watt ultra-linear to an watt Class AB2 amplifier.