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A new discrete op amp product to compete with Burson, Deax?
sparko311
post Apr 18 2014, 22:26
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There is a new discrete op amp on the market.

For use in Compressors, DACs, Preamps, Mixers, EQ's, Mic Amps, Power amps, etc
Completely specified device with full datasheet
Smallest DIP 8 compatible package - .33" square
Available as single or dual op amp
Ultra transparent sound
140 dB open loop gain
2.8nV / Root Hz noise in 20KHz bandwidth
300uV typical offset
Class A output current of +/- 15mA
+/- 18 Vcc Max split supply 36 Vcc max single supply
Two Pole Compensation

For more, sparkoslabs.com/discrete-op-amps/

This post has been edited by CiTay: Apr 19 2014, 13:33
Reason for edit: Direct link + image removed, TOS #14
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db1989
post Apr 18 2014, 22:38
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Does anyone want to take a punt at this before I bin it for violating TOS #14?

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sparko311
post Apr 18 2014, 22:45
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QUOTE (db1989 @ Apr 18 2014, 15:38) *
Does anyone want to take a punt at this before I bin it for violating TOS #10?


Violating TOS ?
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post Apr 18 2014, 22:58
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Well, I put #10 when I meant #14, so score 1 for me, but yes:
14. All members must refrain from using the forum solely for advertising purposes.
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It is acceptable to announce new audio related software on the forum, but registering solely to promote software or services, without the intent of participating in the discussion on the forums, is not allowed.
Do you intend to offer anything other than advertising?
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sparko311
post Apr 18 2014, 23:06
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QUOTE (db1989 @ Apr 18 2014, 15:58) *
Well, I put #10 when I meant #14, so score 1 for me, but yes:
QUOTE ( [url="http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=3974#entry292534")
http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....974#entry292534[/url] ]14. All members must refrain from using the forum solely for advertising purposes.
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It is acceptable to announce new audio related software on the forum, but registering solely to promote software or services, without the intent of participating in the discussion on the forums, is not allowed.
Do you intend to offer anything other than advertising?


Yes. I have every intention of participating in discussions in the forum, my site has lots of technical info, white papers, etc. Its not purely an advertisement. As an electronic design engineer, I am willing to offer my brain. I want to comply with the rules of the forum, what would you suggest? Can I post technical articles and whitepapers ?
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post Apr 19 2014, 13:36
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Since you have every intention to participate, as you say, i won't give you a warning, but i agree with db1989 in that this was not quite the first post we like to see from a new member. You may of course post technical articles and whitepapers, so long as the marketing of your product is not your main concern.

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