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merlin2069er 13th April 2012 05:47 PM

mini scope
 
I'm looking to get a scope for audio. I sold my old 20mhz scope a while ago, that I hardly used.

I found this on ebay...

Mini SD USB Chargeable Digital ARM Oscilloscope DS0201 V1.5 to Test Circuit | eBay

It looks more than capable...

firechief 13th April 2012 06:07 PM

Well it's intresting that they actually post the schematic on their e-bay page. I tried to post it here but the resolution is not usefull. Also the probe looks like the type used for higher end insturments. Ah - Well the price is low, so all in all I'm skeptical. Let's say that you just want to be able to look at waveforms for troubleshooting. It should be good enough for that.,, but you get what you pay for. There have been many discussions on the forum about scope alternatives. Have you dug around? Good Luck, and if you do buy it, let us know what you find.

merlin2069er 13th April 2012 06:20 PM

It has only one channel (although there is a more expensive $180 version which two probes)...

It does store waveforms to sd memory.

oiphy 13th April 2012 06:22 PM

I have this scope and it's to me at least very good.
easy use and accurate enough for me :)

aptquark 13th April 2012 06:23 PM

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Originally Posted by oiphy (Post 2984095)
I have this scope and it's to me at least very good.
easy use and accurate enough for me :)

what have you used it for?

tomchr 13th April 2012 06:25 PM

Looks like a rebuilt/repurposed music player. That's a pretty neat idea.

oiphy 13th April 2012 06:33 PM

aptquark: I'm in the prosess of finishing my BA3B mono blocks, and r still in the learning prosess..... so used it to trouble shoot a little earlier in build. and troubleshoting my Cayin 270p, where it was low noise (pink noise) turned out to be 63V caps in PSU, when it needed to be min75V... turned in to peas in a can... also caps over 15years old so in the prosess of recap. :)

sorry my poor english.

aptquark 13th April 2012 07:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oiphy (Post 2984106)
aptquark: I'm in the prosess of finishing my BA3B mono blocks, and r still in the learning prosess..... so used it to trouble shoot a little earlier in build. and troubleshoting my Cayin 270p, where it was low noise (pink noise) turned out to be 63V caps in PSU, when it needed to be min75V... turned in to peas in a can... also caps over 15years old so in the prosess of recap. :)

sorry my poor english.

Not poor at all...very well spoken. WOW...I think I might actually look into getting this. Do you think that it could handle most of what we here at DIY audio build? For testing?

oiphy 13th April 2012 07:43 PM

in my humble opinon yes... of course there r better options out there but then again....do you really need this options?? I dont.
btw build quality is exelent and software is easy to uppgrade as a bonus.

merlin2069er 13th April 2012 07:44 PM

The DSO Nano is a creative commons project...


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