stereo amplifier

stereo amplifier

[′ste·rē·ō ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
An audio-frequency amplifier having two or more channels, as required for use in a stereo sound system.
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The Merrill Audio ELEMENT 114 Stereo Amplifier, just like the ELEMENT 116 and ELEMENT 118 utilizes a custom LLC resonant power supply with a custom transformer as an inductor.
Echo Link Amp is essentially the same as the Echo link in terms features and functionality, but it comes with a built-in 60W per channel stereo amplifier with left-right speaker binding posts for wiring directly to non-powered speakers.
I decided to design and build my own stereo amplifier system at age 13.
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Texas Instruments introduced a Class-D stereo amplifier that are said to produce size-defying sound for ultrabooks, Bluetooth speakers, and tablet and ultrabook docking stations.
Sony has introduced the PHA-2 portable amplifier/digital-to-analog converter, priced at $600, and the TA-A1ES integrated stereo amplifier, carrying a $1,999 price tag.
TAG DP 200 is built with True 4 speaker cones, 2 in each unit, and they come with built-in integrated digital stereo amplifier, rich bass, volume control to create dynamic sound.
The BC100 Stereo Amplifier is, in Gilbert's own words, a 50 watt per channel solid-state power amplifier utilizing Blue Circle's new specially designed, high current, high speed power supply capacitors.