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Old 16th May 2008, 06:51 AM   #1
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I am looking at swapping out some 5532's with either OPA627BP's on BrownDog pcb or LM4562 and swapping out a TL074 with either OPA4134 or LME49740 ....my question .... although the LM series seem to have a better spec do they actually sound better than the OPA's .... has anyone here had any direct experience comparing the 2 brands of opamp and could coment on their experience .... many thanks.
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I'll vote for LMe497xx as excellent choices although you have many more to choose from.
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