True, and I didnt say otherwise, but what I was stating is IMO the fidelity is standard by which an amp should be chosen. (when practical of course). You don't see anything other than class A for those who have to transmit frequencies (radio, etc.) And they choose the class A because of the fidelity. Well - they choose an amp with the best fidelity, and right now class A "operation" provides the best fidelity.Originally Posted by geolemon
What do you mean by "mode"?Originally Posted by geolemon
You'll have to explain this statement to me, because what we call Amplifier Classes are - Amplifier Classes of "Operation"... Depending on how the output transistors are "operating" depends on how it is classified.
I didnt say the've never been manufactured - I said he would never get one in his car. But nevertheless, I don't see the reason for putting class A in an auto, for many reasons you and I probably agree on.Originally Posted by geolemon
Sounds interesting, but the last statement I still believe is flat - false. Like I said, Amplifier Classes are the Classes of Operation . But, I still need clarification on what you mean by mode; if you mean, how the transistors are working, then - you're wrong; their "operation" is how the Amplifier Class of Operation is deemed. But, let me know what you mean by "mode."Originally Posted by geolemon