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In the resistor divider to bias the opamps input, use two r's shunted both with caps, this way you are creating a compensated voltage divider as used in oscilloscope proves. I used that configuration several times, and the secondary advantage is that the input is bypassed to both rails. Also, you can use one more OP to decouple voltage divider from ICs's input, but not too necessary in this case.
In the schema you posted, the cap is charging to reach exponentially the value of VCC/2, on time the minimum voltage to the opamps can work in class A, in this moment the audio is getting from the output. And, also, when shut down the circuit, this cap continues charged although the opapms are not, and this is very dangerous to the input stage of the opamps.
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Last edited by Osvaldo de Banfield; 23rd January 2013 at 06:54 PM.