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Crossover distortion
also called Crossover and has one more synonym

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  1. a type of distortion which is caused by switching between devices driving a load

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  2. a type of distortion

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  3. most commonly seen in complementary, or "push-pull", Class-B amplifier stages, although it is occasionally seen in other types of circuits as well

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  4. A better push-pull amplifier
    A better push-pull amplifier

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  5. Crossover distortion
    Crossover distortion

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