Alright, so I have read so much about op-amps in the last week and got all confused, mostly because it seemed that everyone had their opinion of what is "best". All of the articles are years old though and some op-amps were upgraded and called something different.
I wish that I could find a decent source for someone to explain in fairly plain english, what op-amp is great and why. I stared at spec sheets filled with numbers like voltage, amps, resistance, output, and a dozen other random numbers. I know what all of these labels mean but I don't know what is better or worse.
Basically, is there a consensus on what op-amp is really good and what makes it better than others? With this card, I can only replace the buffer and I/V op-amps and I am going to have to replace all 3 since I do actually use RCA output. Basically, what combination do people like? I just purchased LME49860NA/NOPB. They are so cheap I don't mind experimenting a bit.
Also, what does a buffer op-amp do vs. an I/V?
Thanks! I hope I didn't just open a giant can of worms.