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Old 14th November 2003, 01:30 AM   #41
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Lovan, the book you mention is the thin commercial cookbook. The AD book is something else. You have to get in contact with the swedish distributor which is Arrow. If you are lucky you will get it for free.

Yes but I thought I read that someone said that the old book was out of production.
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Old 14th November 2003, 02:08 PM   #42
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Yes but I thought I read that someone said that the old book was out of production.
Not at all. As one example, see http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...079163-1978366
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It's my understanding that the audio op-amp cookbook is out of production.


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Old 15th November 2003, 06:19 AM   #44
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Check at swedish Bokus, they have it.
http://www.bokus.com/cgi-bin/book_se...9&S%9Ak%21.y=7
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Lots of confusion here it seems. I posted a question on the "IC Op Amp Cookbook", which is *not* out of print. It is currently in its third edition, and is still available at many internet book sites. There are links both here and on my website as where to buy it (either in brand new or in used form).

Confusion sets in when folks start talking about the "Audio* cookbook. There isn't one! There is "Audio IC Op Amp Applications", which also made it to the 3d Ed., but is now out of print. I am currently working on a scan of this book, which is hoped to be made available as a PDF, via my web site.

Even further confusion might arise about the ADI book I edited, "Op Amp Applications" (see www.analog.com/seminars). This one is available, right now. It also includes a rather substantial chapter on audio, a lot of which was based originally on sections of "Audio IC Op Amp Applications". In effect, this material *is* an update of portions of that book, using more modern (albeit ADI only) devices. Many very interesting audio applications are included, some of which never were part of the original "Audio IC Op Amp Applications".

Hope this helps to clarify things on book availability.

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The book can be downloaded now.
http://www.analog.com/library/analog..._handbook.html
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