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Current-Drive Audio Amplifiers for Hearing Loop System

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[Feature] The differences between conventional voltage-drive amplifiers and current- drive amplifiers are explained using ideal amplifiers. Examples are then given of the use of freely-available integrated audio-amplifier part, used with induction-type hearing loops in current-drive configurations.

JAES Volume 62 Issue 11 pp. 803-807; November 2014
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