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RE: Neutralization of Miller capacitance

Yes, most definitely. But this is about driving a triode power stage using a triode driver. The common knowledge is that you need low Rp driver running at high idle current to overcome high frequency roll-off due to Miller capacitance. Neutralization should, at least theoretically, make it possible to use high mu high Rp drivers. Power triodes driven as easily as power pentodes - this should allow a lot of flexibility in circuit design. For example, one could think of a very simple two-stage 2A3 amplifier with overall gain in excess of 100.

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