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Old 18th August 2005, 01:40 PM   #81
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Old 23rd August 2005, 11:41 AM   #82
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Just curious, which program did you go with, audiotester, spectran, or a russian one

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@ jackinny:

You mean: Adaption can be made to make a 5000 series plug-in work in a TM500/TM5000 case.
The other way round (TM500 plugins in a 5000 scope base), that will be a though rewiring.
The scope plug-ins and various TM plug-ins have slots cut in the circuit board so you can't inadvertently plug a 5A22n scope plugin into a TM500 -- some of the TM500 plug-ins are designed for the right (high power) compartment, etc. etc.

The case, however, is what I was aiming at -- blank PCB's with the correct fingering are available on the web -- I am going to put my "phase-gain" (bode plotter) meter in one of these. (this one uses a high speed comparator and video amplifier chips to acurately measure phase to 10MHz.)

The TM500 are really wonderful boxes in which to house your test equipment projects.
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Old 23rd August 2005, 01:44 PM   #84
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I am waiting on a microphone, but i really liked the looks of spectran. i think that and speaker workshop will do some good work. Also, i guess RTA will be real nice for testing on the bands that it allows for accuracy. like 500hz, 1000hz, 5000hz etc.

Once i get a mike, ill fill you guys in. maybe even some screen shots!
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