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TI prob still makes it
honestly, if shit fails you just need to make sure it doesnt catch file

Posted by renesis at 08:43 | permalink | 0 comments

jero32: cheap, or integrating feature into the circuit itself
for example, there is a cheap circuit with very high performance that uses a pot somewhere in the long tail pair circuit to adjust bias current and gain
or youre just that fucking good
anyway, modern shit, it almost always for cost as there are app specific IC that will usually outperform
also, most opamps wont go past 18V
so if youre doing a frontend for a power amp, you almost always have to go at least semi-discrete
like, maybe opamp with transistor totem output integrated into the feedback loop
but there are app specific IC that can deal with that to
you can just use a chipamp to drive the power amp section
natsemi made a monolithic opamp specific for driving output sections

Posted by renesis at 08:38 | permalink | 0 comments

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