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  1. tj107us

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    The hantek one has a higher sampling rate. That will allow you to get a better picture of the shape fast waveforms.

    Both are way better than my 60MHz analogue scope which cost me under $100. I've had a look at some 20 to 50MHz digital scopes and I was not overly impressed. These may well be a lot better.

    Will you be doing a lot of RF work? Or will it be audio frequencies? Or logic?
     
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    thanks for you help. Right now im just getting into the basics but i want one that i can grow into, if that makes any sence, i want to buy the best that i can afford. 500 - 600 is my max (might be able to squeeze a little more). Right now i just want one to hook up to my 555 timer and get an idea of how it works and what happens when i change capacitor/resistors etc... while its in an astable mode. So the Hantek would be my best bet between those two? If you can suggest any other one, im open for suggestion!!!
     
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