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Matching your socks. . . and your inputs

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gautham
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gautham   11/20/2009 10:38:01 AM
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I liked this dialogue form- quite informal and informative too! easy to get the concept and intuition often missing in text books!

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bcarso   11/4/2009 4:53:08 PM
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This effect, and various means of alleviating it, have been noted in amplifiers used for audio for many years now. Walt Jung, in particular, has written about it.

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