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Old 27th August 2002, 05:37 AM   #1
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Default 2-4 Watt Amp for Function Generator

To all members,

Can any one of you suggest me a 2-4 Watt amp which I plan to use with my function generator (built around XR2006)? The amp must be able to operate flat down to 20Hz. I am not specifically interested in upper frequencies beyond, perhaps, 20-40KHz. Single rail supply, say 12V, would be ideal.

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