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EECS 215 Lab Supplementary Materials // Audio Lab Streamlined In-Lab Procedure All parts are required. In-Lab pages Learning in the Lab – Part 1 1-5 Lab experiments – Part 1 6 Learning in the Lab – Part 2 7-9 Lab experiments – Part 2 10-15 See supplementary materials if you need help connecting the pre-built LM 386 power amplifier
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Unformatted text preview: circuit to your audio system. Printouts ± #1 – Tone control amplifier’s transfer function at maximal boost ± #2 – Input and output waveforms at maximal boost Data to Save & Upload ± (none) Extra Credit There is no extra credit for this lab. © 2008 Paul J. Chowdhry August 14, 2008...
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