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Old 3rd August 2005, 12:20 AM   #11
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Mark,
does the 2465B also fall in that category ?
For my taste, that's the absolute drooler machine, lowest i have seen till now is $1600.

(i just snatched a 100 MHz DSO from the web for $60 yesterday, and downloaded the 192 page service manual pdf for free last night, feeling pretty happy again)

I'm not Mark but on my opinion I would stay away from the 2465 in any incarnation. I have heard that they have a tendency to need technical service quite often, they are extreemly complex with hundreds of opamps, pics and the like Specwise it seems that they could use it on the space suttle.

After selling my 2215, which I had it since new, I bought a Tek 7704 but is too heavy and bulky and 200mhz is too much for audio work.

I would be very happy to trade my 7704 for the 2235 in the rugerized version, Which I think is more than enough for the work I once in a while do, mostly audio.

I would also like a 465 or even the 475 with the 200 mhz but find it a little bit oldish.
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Old 3rd August 2005, 12:24 AM   #12
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Sorry, this is the pic I wanted to show...
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Old 3rd August 2005, 12:49 AM   #13
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Old 3rd August 2005, 12:58 AM   #14
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For that price I'll take 2, and if they dont work I can use the boxes for something else
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Old 3rd August 2005, 02:03 AM   #15
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Mark,
does the 2465B also fall in that category ?
The 2465B is the Mercedes 600 of analogue scopes and is still serviceable. If you purchase one though, make sure that the seller has a bullet-proof rating on EBay and that he will take it back -- these things don't like being dropped on their head.

The scope which I would avoid in the 2XXX series is the 2215 which has a flimsy screen ahead of the CRT phosphor -- these are known to deform and there is no rescue.

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What about the 2336 or 2336YA?
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jackinnj,

What about the 2336 or 2336YA?
2236 is identical to the 2235 but has a DMM, as far as I know it does not offer opt. 01 which is the rugerized version and only available on the 2235.

Never heard of a 2336 though

Oooops, 2336
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Tek 2336 should be similar to this 2337. I like very much that hard cover for protection plus it has a DMM. Nice

Only 5mV/div though
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Only 5mV/div though
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What sensitivity do you look for? 2mv/div?
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