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  1. Anthony Guy

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    For years I worked as a mobile electronics installer. In those days all you really needed was a 12 volt test light. More and more I find myself dealing with circuitry and basics I never studied. I'm looking for a decent quality multimeter that won't set me back an arm and a leg. I have some with continuity testers that are barely audible, or give changing readings when I'm trying to find the impedance of a speaker. Any recommendations?
     
  2. kellys_eye

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  3. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    to find the impedance of a speaker, you need an impedance meter ( this ISNT a multimeter in Ohms range) :)
     
  4. Anthony Guy

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    Okay, thanks. I do have meters with impedance measures on them, but they don't work well. Those are dinky toys that were made in China and cost less then twenty dollars. I spent a bit more on a Tenma, but that broke rather quickly.
     
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