Will there be a dual version ADA4627-1.

If so, that will be ADA4627-2.

I have been waiting (4 weeks) to have this question answered, please!

I need it for my headphone amplifier product, understand?

BTW, I am most willing to do free field testing if you will provide the ADA4627-2s

Thank you. See my web site at: www.goldpt.com

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  • Harry,

    Thank you so much for your attention on this issue.

    I would really like an ADA4627-2. Limiting to 0-70C is completely OK.

    Why? My application would use such a chip as a two channel input buffer

    to a high-speed power opamp - so the ADA4627-2's power requirement would be minuscule.

    I've tried every chip I can get my hands on and the ADA4627-1 beats them

    (clearly best sound quality) in my hi-fi headphone amp.

    So now, perhaps a little bit out of your required duties,

    I would like to ask: If the project went forward,

    how long would it take to implement - and could I be considered for field testing?

    I would prefer an SOIC package at this time.

    Thank you again.

    Oh yes, where do I go (who to contact) regarding submitting a new power handling chip idea/design?

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  • Harry,

    Thank you so much for your attention on this issue.

    I would really like an ADA4627-2. Limiting to 0-70C is completely OK.

    Why? My application would use such a chip as a two channel input buffer

    to a high-speed power opamp - so the ADA4627-2's power requirement would be minuscule.

    I've tried every chip I can get my hands on and the ADA4627-1 beats them

    (clearly best sound quality) in my hi-fi headphone amp.

    So now, perhaps a little bit out of your required duties,

    I would like to ask: If the project went forward,

    how long would it take to implement - and could I be considered for field testing?

    I would prefer an SOIC package at this time.

    Thank you again.

    Oh yes, where do I go (who to contact) regarding submitting a new power handling chip idea/design?

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