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Old 2nd February 2003, 04:05 PM   #1
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Question Question on analog output opamp

I'm now thinking about replacing my DAC analog out put NE5532 with an AD8620. Can I just simply replace it righ away, as the AD8620 pin assignments are pretty much the same as the NE5532 ones (although the AD8620 is Surface Mount Device).

By the way, all the NE5532 coupling caps are Wima (not yet backtrack the circuit how they are used).

Is there anything I should be aware of...??
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Old 2nd February 2003, 07:33 PM   #2
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Default Things to be aware of...

Supply voltages.

The AD8620 has a much more limited supply range, so check first. It's a fantastic sounding op-amp though.

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