How about the output voltage, when output current is almost same as "Short-Circuit Current"? Is output voltage affected by "Short-Circuit Current"?
The answer is Yes. The output current affects the maximum output voltage that you could achieve due to the voltage drop across the VCE or VDS of the output transistor. The more current you pull on the amplifier, the higher the voltage drop on its output transistor and therefore it gives you higher output headroom. We usually have graph on the datasheet showing the relationship between the ILoad vs output voltage swing.
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