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Which operational amplifier is good for output of sound card ?

I want use operational amplifier or audio operational amplifier in output of PC sound card,like amplifier of sound card.

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I use an 80 watt yamaha with sub woofer but there is several good ones out there.There is Logitech, Philips, Bose and J.B.L. that's just a few but these are about the best ones.

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