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## If output is measured between two collectors of transistors, then the Differential amplifier with two input signal is said to be configured as |

A. | dual input balanced output |

B. | dual input unbalanced output |

C. | single input balanced output |

D. | dual input unbalanced output |

Answer» A. dual input balanced output | |

Explanation: when two input signals are applied to base of transistor, it is said to be dual input. when both collectors are at same dc potential with respect to ground, then it is said to be balance output. |

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