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Old 16th May 2011, 04:00 AM   #151
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This thread has been cold way too long. as far as high frequency goes you may know it's there but it's only because it affects the real audible frequencies as overtones and harmonics just as subsonics affect the tones you can hear...

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Yes I agree. This is why I use time domain filters to force every signal passed through the amp to fall in the linear region save for self noise. The result is insured linear operation. As a note, this can mean bandpass for RF applications.
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