Class T Amplifier

What is a Class T Amplifier?   A Class T amplifier is an audio amplifier IC design. Rather than being a separate “class” of the amplifier, Class T is a registered trademark for Tripath’s amplifier technologies. The control signals in Class T amplifiers may be...

Class G/H Amplifier

What is Class G/H Amplifier?   There are a variety of amplifier designs that enhance class-AB output stages. They have more efficient techniques to achieve greater efficiency with low distortion. These designs are common in large audio amplifiers. The heatsinks...

Class AB Amplifier

What is a Class AB Amplifier?   As its name suggests, the Class AB Amplifier is a combination of the “Class A” and the “Class B” type amplifiers. The AB classification of the amplifier is currently one of the most commonly used types of audio power amplifier...

Class A Amplifier

What is a Class A Amplifier?   The most commonly used type of power amplifier configuration is the Class A Amplifier. The Class A amplifier is the simplest form of a power amplifier. It uses a single switching transistor in the standard common emitter circuit...

Amplifier

What is an Amplifier?   An amplifier, electronic amplifier, or (informally) amp is an electronic device that can increase the power of a signal (a time-varying voltage or current). It is a two-port electronic circuit that uses electric power from a power supply...

Electrodynamic Speakers

  Electromagnetic Speakers History   Back in the early part of the 20th century, people were still exploring the basic knowledge of math and frequencies. While the electromagnet part of the speaker originates from the 1860s, it took 40 more years to develop...