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Amplifier circuit

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #4918400.

An amplifier circuit comprising an input amplifier stage, a push-pull output stage, a bias stage having the same construction as the input amplifier stage, a first resistor to be given a current flowing through the bias stage, second and third resistors connected along with the first resistor between a power supply and the ground in series therewith, and fourth and fifth resistors connected between the output point of the push-pull output stage and the ground in series therewith. The point of connection between the fourth resistor and the fifth resistor is connected to the input amplifier stage to provide a negative feedback loop having no capacitor.

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