Distortion in rc coupled amplifier

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hi,
when i was making a rc coupled amplifier but as soon as i connect the input signal the signal gets distorted.can any one tell me the reason for that and how to avoid the distortion?

thanks,
 

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vk6kro
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Yes, you might be driving the amplifier with too much signal, or you might have the bias wrong.

Post a diagram of your circuit and it may be possible to see what is wrong.

How do you know it was distorted? Were you trying to drive a speaker with the output?
 
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How do you know it was distorted? Were you trying to drive a speaker with the output?
no. actually i was making a small signal amplifier to understand the working of it.i fed a sine wave of 50mv and connected the output and input to CRO.it shows that input signal is not at all sinusoidal sine.

thanks for paying attention.
 
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berkeman
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no. actually i was making a small signal amplifier to understand the working of it.i fed a sine wave of 50mv and connected the output and input to CRO.it shows that input signal is not at all sinusoidal sine.

thanks for paying attention.
Can you post a schematic of your circuit?
 

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