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'Rail to rail Op Amps?'
1998\10\07@190012 by blacet

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Anybody used any extended ouput swing op amps they would care to
recommend? I'm looking for at least +/-14V with a +/-15V supply.

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John Blacet
Blacet Research Music Electronics
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1998\10\07@192110 by Bob Blick

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Have you looked at Analog Devices? They are the only ones I can recall
having RTR amps that run with that supply voltage. The AD823 is a
partially decompensated dual, the AD824 is a fully compensated quad, and
the SSM2475(they took over SSM a few years ago) is a very pricey but low
distortion quad that will drive 600 ohm loads within a gnat's ass of the
rails.

-Bob

On Wed, 7 Oct 1998, John Blacet wrote:

> Anybody used any extended ouput swing op amps they would care to
> recommend? I'm looking for at least +/-14V with a +/-15V supply.

1998\10\08@064620 by Michael Hagberg

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also check out http://www.maxim-ic.com/ i recall some new rail to rail op
amps, but i think they only went to 5 volts. check for older parts, it seems
like all the new development is for 3 volt circuits.

michael

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