The combination of low offsets, very low input bias currents, and high speed make these amplifiers useful in a wide variety of applications. Filters, integrators, diode amplifiers, shunt current sensors, and high impedance sensors all benefit from the combination of performance features. Audio and other ac applications benefit from the wide bandwidth and low distortion. For the most cost-sensitive applications, the D grades offer this ac performance with lower dc precision at a lower price point. Applications for these amplifiers include audio amplification for portable devices, portable phone headsets, bar code scanners, portable instruments, cellular PA controls, and multipole filters. The ability to swing rail-to-rail at both the input and output enables designers to buffer CMOS ADCs, DACs, ASICs, and other wide output swing devices in single-supply systems.