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A new audio amplifier topology - Part 4: Noise in folded cascode stages

11/28/2012 03:25 AM EST
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re: A new audio amplifier topology - Part 4: Noise in folded cascode stages
Fabio007   11/30/2012 7:26:43 AM
My web-browser invited me to add a comment, and I would love to do just that, but I asked a question back on the 05th Nov that has not yet been answered.... Please refer to Part 3 of this series, thanks:

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