Single push-pull amplifier with cross over compensation

This is just going to be a quick one. Double push-pull amplifier with cross over compensation explained a high-power amplifier circuit which creates a balance point and corrects for cross over. A much simpler version of the circuit depends on two equal voltage sources creating that 0V balance point, so it used a single push-pull … Continue reading Single push-pull amplifier with cross over compensation

Double push-pull amplifier with cross over compensation

Push-pull amplifiers [1] are great for driving heavy loads because they divide work among two transistors and produce a centred output signal that can freely move up or down around the centre. Simple push-pull amplifier When powering the amplifier with a single power source (eg. a 12V battery), then the output signal oscillates around half … Continue reading Double push-pull amplifier with cross over compensation