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Subject: Re: replacing 5534 with ad797 or opa627 ?

Date: 07/28/01 at 10:08 PM
Posted by: Michel
E-mail: thisisit@sympatico.ca
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In Reply to: Re: replacing 5534 with ad797 or opa627 ? posted by Al on 07/27/01 at 1:36 PM:

Thanks for your thoughts I think the OP275 will definately be my choice for the upgrade for the 5532, I'm going to try the Ad797 and see how it works. The OP627 is just too expensive to consider I have about 300 5534's to replace in this mixing console and I'm looking at about $15 CDN each for the 627 ---so I'll try the 797 and hopefully this chip will be everything they say it is. Comparing SR the 797 is 18V/us while the 627 SR is 55V/us --quite a bit higher but you really can compare them because they differ in so many areas ultimately the final test is how they sound. SR is very important but what I've heard that anything above 13V/us is fine for audio and you really don't gain much beyond that and of course En is the next biggie. The funny thing is apart from Jenson I don't know anyone who has actually used the chip.

Wish me luck


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