Transistor Audio Power Amplifiers MCQ Test

  1. What is called the output stage of a multistage amplifier?
  2. Which of the following coupling is generally employed in power amplifiers?
  3. A class a power amplifier uses
  4. The maximum efficiency of resistance loaded class a power amplifier is
  5. Which of the following class power amplifier has the highest collector efficiency?
  6. Power amplifiers handle …………. signals compare to voltage amplifiers.
  7. Which kind of coupling is the most costly coupling?
  8. What is the maximum collector efficiency of class B operation?
  9. When no signal is applied, the approximate collector efficiency of class a power amplifier is
  10. Power amplifiers generally use transformer coupling because transformer permits……..
  11. The disadvantage of impedance matching is that it
  12. low efficiency of a power amplifier results in ..........
  13. The output transformer used in a power amplifier is a ............... transformer
  14. A 2-transistor class B power amplifier is commonly called the
Transistor Audio Power Amplifiers MCQ

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  • F stage
  • Power stage
  • Mixer stage
  • Detector stage
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  • One transistor
  • Two transistors
  • Three transistors
  • None of the above
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  • Distortionless output
  • Cooling of the circuit
  • Impedance matching
  • None of the above
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  • Gives distorted output
  • Requires a transformer
  • Gives low power output
  • None of the above
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  • Low forward bias
  • Less battery consumption
  • More battery consumption
  • None of the above
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  • Dual Amplifier
  • Push-pull Amplifier
  • Differential Amplifier
  • Symmetrical Amplifier
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  • Dissipate heat
  • Provide easy handling
  • Facilitate connections
  • None of the above
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  • Collector efficiency
  • Biasing the circuit
  • To keep the transformer cool
  • All of the Above
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  • Voltage of signal
  • Power of the signal
  • Current of the signal
  • All of the above
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