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Answered 2013-12-28 04:43:13

A transistor is an electronic component. By itself it has little use. An amplifier is a complete, functional circuit, generally made up of several components. A transistor can be a component part of an amplifier, however an amplifier may be constructed without any transistors (using vacuum tubes instead, for instance).

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