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Old 18th February 2008, 02:12 PM   #1
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Default TRIO 15Hz Oscilloscope CS-1560A

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I wanted to buy (used) TRIO CS-1560A Oscilloscope becuase it's small and cheap. Is it still useable for tube audio? It looks a bit too junky so I wanted to hear if there are any pros and cons.
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Should be just fine for tube audio, 15MHz bandwidth is more than enough for very low speed digital as well, although in this instance one channel is a handicap, but you can build a simple multiplexer if you need more channels.. (for PIC micro-controllers, etc.)
Just buy a decent probe for it on eBay and you'll be all set.

More advanced scopes offer multiple channels, more bandwidth and delayed sweep - none of which you probably need. I have a very good Tektronix analog scope at home with a microprocessor controlled interface with lots of bandwidth, delayed sweep and 4 channels. I hardly ever use more than one channel, and I can't even remember the last time I used delayed sweep.
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