& Jarline, Athens, TX
I really believe that were not compatible, from a standpoint of
having common interests. But in electronic terms, theres
a circuit in an amplifier called "push-pull." The final stage is called "push-pull." Theyre not the same, but
one of em pushes, and the
other one pulls. You know, so this is the way that
the amplifier operates at the output stage. And I always view a couple, a marriage
couple, in this kind of a sense, because I know this amplifier works,
I know how it works, and I can describe exactly some of the things that
each portion of thisit doesnt call it a male and female, but
it has opposite characteristics.
Theyre just complementary and
Yes, and thats exactly what its called. A complementary pair.
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