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Old 2nd January 2009, 09:28 PM   #1
rtate is offline rtate  Canada
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Default op/amp orientation question

I am replacing the stock op/amps in my Denon dvd2900 with
op627au's mounted on brown dogs.
the brown dogs have one op/amp on top and one on the bottom.
(I had thought that they would both be on top like the pictures I have seen but oh-well )

So how do I mount thes new op/amps in the sockets?

I see one square pad on the module, would that be the same end as the notch on the originals?

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Old 2nd January 2009, 09:57 PM   #2
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The square pad is pin 1, which on most opamps will correspond with a indentation or a notch on that end, yes. Always check the datasheet. Oh, and check the orientation of your SMD's, twice, I killed an 827 the other day when I assumed I had it round the right way and didn't.
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