I'm designing a full-wave precision rectifier using OP07 in LTSpice. The first stage of the circuit (shown below) buffers the AC input using an OP07.
Both these non-inverting terminal voltages are below ±VDD. I observed a similar behavior on replacing the OP07 with the MAX4352.
Of course, the circuit with the OP07 replaced by a universal opamp - a single-pole opamp with no limits on output voltage swing - exactly buffers the input as expected, without any offset or clipping for both 10 V and 2 V inputs.
Why are MAX4352 and OP07 buffer outputs clipped and offset even though the non-inverting terminal voltage does not exceed ±VDD?