These amplifiers are use to amplify video signals. These amplifiers have varying bandwidths based on the type of filter used at each point. Typically a low-pass amplifier will be having a bandwidth in the range from 2 to 10 MHz. Some of the applications are in television receivers, cathode-ray-tube computer terminals, and pulse amplifiers. The phase distortion is of prime concern in video amplifiers; hence extra elements are added to nullify distortion.