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best book for learning electronics

Hello
Which book is the best book for learning these subjects in electronics:
- Differential Pair
- Output stages
- Current sources
- Op-amp
- Feedback
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Depends on how much details do you need?

Personally I like:
-Linear Electronics (Bogart)
-Operational Amplifiers, applications, troubleshooting and design(David A. Bell)

But probably there are some newer "nicer" books.
 

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You need to learn theory or practical stuff (to be able to design circuits)?
 

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pakitos:

You need to learn theory or practical stuff (to be able to design circuits)?

I want to zoom on theory first and then practice.

Also egomez wrote:

Depends on how much details do you need?

Personally I like:
-Linear Electronics (Bogart)
-Operational Amplifiers, applications, troubleshooting and design(David A. Bell)

But probably there are some newer "nicer" books.

Please write more about "Linear Electronics" book. I didn't find it in amazon.com.
 

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elec350 said:
Also egomez wrote:

Depends on how much details do you need?

Personally I like:
-Linear Electronics (Bogart)
-Operational Amplifiers, applications, troubleshooting and design(David A. Bell)

But probably there are some newer "nicer" books.

Please write more about "Linear Electronics" book. I didn't find it in amazon.com.

It seems that it is not published any more:
https://search.barnesandnoble.com/Linear-Electronics/Theodore-F-Jr-F-Bogart/e/9780023116018
https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-lis...?ie=UTF8&qid=1251326104&sr=8-1&condition=used
It is from 1994...but anyway I like pictures and the way it explains circuits.
Maybe you can check in a library.
 

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