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I would recommend you take a look at the TI.com selection tools for op-amps. It is difficult to know what to recommend without more information on your application.
There are also TI designs such as this one which might help guide you as well.
Hope that helps,
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In reply to Vader chen:
In reply to kai klaas69:
Hi Vader, Your topic was starting to separate from the original post so I split your question into its own thread. It would be helpful if you could provide a clear post detailing your questions. What are your design goals and specifications? Thank you, Paul
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