No. I'm characterizing your argument. If I wanted to call you childish I would do so. I'm quite willing to listen to reason, you simply haven't given me reason to change my mind. As I've pointed out, repeatedly, an amplifier doesn't give a squarewave output from a sine wave input, when it behaves in that manner it's acting as an analog to digital converter - IE a switching circuit, not an amplifier. An amplifier preseves the original wave form without distortion. I've tried explaining this to you several times, but you keep confusing the issue by talking about how amplifiers "give square waves loving to" but that's got nothing to do with what I actually said. This coming from the person that thinks that the orientation of the transistors is somehow important when drawn on a circuit diagram. Best report me if you think I'm trolling you.