Electric Signal Amplifiers, Audio
Definition : Electric signal amplifiers designed for amplification of audio signals, typically in a range from a few hertz to 20 kHz. These amplifiers typically consist of a wide-band, high-fidelity, electronic amplifier with audio signal inputs, electronic circuits to amplify the signal (either for monophonic or stereo signals), controls (e.g., gain, frequency response), appropriate output ports for the amplified signals, and a power supply. Audio amplifiers are used mainly in hospital information and communication systems; dedicated audio amplifiers for specific signals (e.g., stethoscope sounds) and for speech amplification are also available.
Entry Terms : "Audio Amplifiers, Electrical Signal"
UMDC code : 23921
Sonitus Medical Inc
Sonitus Medical is a privately held medical device company committed to providing advanced hearing solutions that hearing professionals such as Otologists, ENTs, and Audiologists can use to help their patients rejoin the conversation of life.
Texas Instruments Inc
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Williams Sound Corp
Williams Sound, LLC, is a privately held, U.S. company located in Eden Prairie, Minn., a suburb of Minneapolis / St. Paul. The company was founded in 1976. We manufacture many of our products in our Eden Prairie plant and supplement our U.S. production with local sub-contractors and overseas partners. We also distribute select products from reputable suppliers that complement our own products, and we import carefully qualified accessory items such as earphones, headphones, and microphones.