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Audio amplifier power supply design - Part 3: Power-supply rail rejection

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9/21/2010 01:42 PM EDT
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re: Audio amplifier power supply design - Part 3: Power-supply rail rejection
davi_viotto   9/24/2010 2:59:46 AM
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There's literature such as RCA Designer's Handbook printed in 1971 which explains the operation of audio amplifiers with bipolar transistors. This shows that the future needs of the best books for better projects, but no shows for free when it's worth money, would rather sell. Before, we had scientific information on new things, not today, tell things 30 years ago.

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