Amplifier has only one simple job to do—making the input signal bigger while distorting it as little as possible. Here’s a quick round-up of what you need to check before buying one.
It’s all in the tone: The characteristic sound of an amplifier. If this is not fine,
Flat Response: Or also called linear response. This keeps the gain constant
across a range of frequencies.
Gain: The amplifier should be able to increase the power of input signal
Clipping: Occurs when the channel output level can no longer follow the level
increase at the input. Prolonged clipping can damage the speakers.
Needless to say, testing an amplifier is a learning experience in itself. Don’t
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