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Replaceing a THAT Voltage Controlled Amplifier

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iceblu3710

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I have some audio equipment that's uses a THAT2181 voltage controlled amplifier to do noise canceling.

Problem is I order from digikey and they do not carry this part. I need help finding an as close as can be replacement for this VCA but I have no idea where to start...

Anybody know of a more common part?
 

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