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Old 19th March 2006, 06:29 PM   #1
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Default Already have LT1085, should I switch to LM350AT?

I have a bunch of new, unused LT1085 regulators. I'm looking to build a better-than-average low noise, 5V / 3A linear PS. I have some circuit designs for the LT1085, but was wondering if the LM350 is a better regulator - lower noise across the audio band, better linearity, ripple rejection, etc - for use in a high end system. Or are these two outperformed by something better?
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