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Five Parts Audio Amplifier cannot be any simpler[Project]
posted September 23 2014 17:08.57 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Actually, you can make an amplifier with three parts, (no voltage divider bias and no darlington pair connection). But this one gives a better output in terms of clipping and higher output power than a 3-parts amplifier. Enjoy making!



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