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Old 8th May 2003, 03:53 AM   #11
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Default i have the filters on

I mean the filters in the HP339a, the waveform itself looks fine, the supply which I am using is very low ripple (microvolts) and the setup is not conducive to ripple.

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Default ok, stupid me

I forgot to "unclick" the 400Hz filter -- with the filter out the THD is much more like the rest of the spectrum, and this isn't bad at all.
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