As with other ICs, it's standard practice to place bypass capacitors near the supply voltage pins of op amps. But I've seen conflicting opinions on how to properly bypass an op amp (here, for example). Some people suggest putting a single capacitor between the V+ and V- pins. Others suggest using two capacitors, one from V+ to ground and one from V- to ground. Which of these methods gives the best result? I'm using OPA827s as unity-gain voltage followers for audio signals, but I'd like to know whether the answer's the same for other situations as well.
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