Some op amps I'd like to try

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Has anyone played with Linear Technology's LT1351 through LT1365 series op amps? The specs are intriguing, and the circuit topology more so.

All share a couple of common features: good gain-bandwidth product, amazingly high maximum slew rates, stability with large capacitive loads, and good current drive capability. They are claimed to be tolerant of less-than-ideal circuit layout too, always a good feature for hobby use.

On the down side, noise performance could be better. And DC open-loop gain and power supply rejection are modest, but who cares about DC on this board?

The circuit topology is fully complementary and fully symmetrical (with the exception of the compensation capacitor). The design owes a lot to current-feedback op amps, but this one is voltage-feedback. See Linear's spec sheets and app notes, at:

http://www.linear.com/

Anyway, I'd like to hear about anyone's results with these devices in line-level signal processing stages. I have a couple of musical-instrument applications in mind for these babies.
 
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