dual-channel amplifier

dual-channel amplifier

[¦dü·əl ¦chan·əl ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
An audio-frequency amplifier having two separate amplifiers for the two channels of a stereophonic sound system, usually operating from a common power supply mounted on the same chassis.
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The dual-channel amplifier design of the PB63 provides added value for high density board designs, such as pattern generators in flat panel display inspection systems, deflection circuitry in semiconductor inspection systems, scientific scanning electron microscopes, piezoelectric drivers in printer heads for industrial ink jet printers, and programmable power supplies in semiconductor automated test equipment.