For those who are here to find what's involved in purchasing and downloading the tutorial, continue below.
This tutorial is for those who are serious about learning to repair car audio amplifiers of all types (class B, class AB, class D). Many of the circuits being used today have been in use for 20+ years. Some of the common class D circuits in use today (and covered in the tutorial) date back to about 2003. The material covers overall design and the components/circuits commonly used in many of those amplifiers.
While this is centered on car audio amplifiers, much of the information applies to electronics in general. If you're interested in getting into the hobby of electronics, this will help ease the learning curve.
One more quick note... If you're going into a field that involves electronic design, especially if audio is of interest to you, this tutorial is an excellent way to connect the dots between the theory taught in schools and the real world. I thought that after getting an education that I would be able to look into a piece of electronic equipment and immediately fully understand what I was looking at. It's not that straightforward. Sure, the knowledge gained in school taught me a lot but certainly left a lot to be learned as it related to pieces of electronic equipment.
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