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Old 15th February 2004, 03:31 PM   #1
swift is offline swift  Israel
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Question substitude for opa134


i found a nice amp on the the internet,but it requires opa134,which i just cann't get in my country.

which chip amp could i use to replace him? even in the cost of quality.

this is the circuit :

stupidly i've already soldered the parts togther and the chips are the only ones that missing
well at least i'll remember that, the next time i'll build something
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