Oscilloscope GOS-625G x 4

Discussion in 'Buy, Sell, Exchange' started by tpudds, Mar 15, 2019.

  1. We have four working oscilloscopes, collection from East Devon.
    GOS-625G, looking for £100 each. GOS-625G.jpg
     
  2. Are pasties and cream teas included?
     
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  3. Not allowed in the prep room I'm afraid.
     
  4. Craig Astle

    Craig Astle Superhero in training

    Pasties are cornish and cream tea is a sore subject between devon and cornwall lol
     
  5. No, it's fine as long as you just remember to put the cream on first.
     
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  6. I am sure we can find space somewhere in the school :D


    Ah you're one of them types! But the question is, does your clotted cream have a skin/crust on top or not?
     
  7. paul r

    paul r COMMITTEE

    Do they work with a Microphone and if so what type of Microphone is best to use with this model?
     
  8. Paul, this should work OK as long as you have the correct attachment.
     
  9. If your microphone has an XLR (male) connection, which is usually the standard for microphones, then you'll need something like this lead and an adapter to plug it into your oscilloscope.

    Lead:
    XLR 3 Pin Socket to Single RCA Phono Plug OFC Audio Cable 3m
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Socket-Sin...TF8&qid=1389880379&sr=1-6&keywords=xlr+to+rca

    Adaptor:
    4 x Phono F to BNC M RCA socket to BNC Plug adaptor converters.
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/adaptor-co.../B001URE2LU/ref=pd_cp_ce_2#productDescription


    Finally, if you're looking for good quality microphones at a decent price, I'd recommend the Shure SV100, it's robust, not like these plastic karaoke mics a lot of us end up with.

    https://www.studiospares.com/search.aspx?eaSearch=Shure sv100

    I bought all of this stuff 5 years ago and it's all still going strong.