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RE: Wow. Just wow.

I see.

Don't confuse the situation with facts huh?

I'm sure it does not matter how many awards I've gotten (about 35 or so) or how long I've been in business (over 40 years) or anything like that. You'll go with someone that writes instead of someone in the industry that actually makes amps for a living. Because you have to be right.

It'll be interesting when someone actually makes a digital amp.

From the link below:
Footnote 1: The D in class-D does not stand for digital, as some commentators have suggested. Rather, D was just the next available letter in the alphabet when amplifier circuit topologies were being classified. A class-D amplifier can be either digital or analog in operating principle.

The author, John Aitkinson, happens to be misleading in this comment, as there is no such thing as a digital amplifier. If you change the last sentence above to read " A Class-D amplifier is analog in operating principle" then the entire paragraph would be correct. How about I see if we can get JA to weigh in on this?


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