HowToAV talks to AVIXA audio expert Chuck Espinoza about Class D Amplifiers and how they differ from the more conventional A, B & C class amplifiers.
A Class D Amplifier is also known as a 'switching power amplifier'. Class D amplifiers work off pulse width modulation, it converts the input signal into a stream of pulses.
Class A Amplifiers are the most common used and simplest form of a power amplifier, they have both output stages of the device constantly at full power.
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