|Originally posted by sushi|
Huh? ALL amps, regardless of class, show higher THD at very low signal levels, and that is solely due to thermal and other noise (hence THD+N), not what you tried to explain (which does not make sense to me at all - sorry). Incidentally, virtually all modern solidstate power stage has one or another mechanism for auto-regulating the bias current/voltage, and so your "concern" is not warranted.
|Originally posted by billfold|
I heard the Outlaw M200's were Class A up to 80 Watts and Class G above that...what does that mean?? Is that even right?