Originally Posted by josef344
I've personally never owned a g/h I think.
But I love a/b.
Are they as good or better than a/b?
Most people haven't owned one, but they have all the good and none of the bad. Class A/B is terribly ineffecient, while putting out much cleaner Power
than D. D is super efficient but put outs much more dirty power due to it's switching design. The first time I scoped the output of a full range D at 1000hz I thought the amp was broken because of how it looks. A class g/h amp is the best of both worlds. Clean output all around and class D levels of efficiency.