Because im unsure of the purchase site to find them, since i get varying models.
where can i get OPA627
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As long as "OPA627" is in the part number and they are the package size you need, the rest of the gobbledygook on the end of the part number is useless.
For instance, in this search on Mouser:
there are DIP-8 (opamp socket-able), SMD, and transistor can packages available. If you're rolling opamps from a DIP-8 socket, then be sure to only use the numbers listed where the picture looks like this:
The rest of the numbers after the "OPA627" are more or less meaningless for audio.