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Amplification

From Wikipedia, Chace Audio

Amplification is the act or result of independently increasing voltage, power, or current with the intention of making a stronger signal. In the world of audio, amplification is ubiquitous – every form of recorded audio requires amplification to be appropriately heard through a speaker. Amplification is one of many crucial components that affect the overall fidelity and quality of audio playback.

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