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Old 1st May 2007, 09:03 PM   #1
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Default Great deal on Digital scope. Is this enough scope?

I just saw this very interesting digital scope for sale. I have a great older 60Mhz Hitachi 2 channel at the moment, but it is quite large.

This scope is very small, 2 channel, 25Mhz bandwidth with 100MS/s sample rate. Cost is $408.00 delivered.

http://www.tequipment.net/OWONEDU5022.html

Question: is this enough scope for Audio work or is a higher sampling rate or bandwidth recommended?


Thank you,

-David
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I would say so, but it does depend. We use the small
Tektronix scopes routinely, but we keep a 475 and other
CRT models for looking at oscillation.

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