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  • Han Solo

    Dave, did you order the -S model with the built in signal generator? It would be interesting to do a comparison of the two models innards.

    • Unfortunately no, as I don’t think it’s good value for money. But yeah, would have been handy to find out what the module is like. Someone will tear down theirs I’m sure.

  • jveitchmichaelis

    Given that the DS1052 is going for around £150 on eBay (used) and you could probably get £200 for a used DS1102 this is looking very attractive. Especially given some of the unofficial “upgrades” that are available… you’re looking at a 4 channel upgrade (plus the bigger screen and so on) for under 100 quid which is insane.

    • Yeah, no contest. With the extra memory and intensity graded and bigger display it’s a no-brainer.

    • mjk

      I guess the market will drop out for second hand DS1052, meaning they’ll get even cheaper. That sucks if you’ve just bought one, but if you’re a hobbyist teetering on the brink of buying a scope on a tight budget, then maybe a chance find on ebay could be the thing. The DS1052 hasn’t gotten any worse in terms of functionality. Look forward to the review of the 1054.

  • http://dangerousprototypes.com/2011/08/13/replacing-rigol-ds1052e-dso-rotary-encoders/ I think the rotary encoders are the same as in the DS1052E.

  • Kris

    So now that you’ve taken it apart can you turn it on and do a review?

    • Joe Ferner

      I second that. I would love a review. My DS1052 is getting a little old and this might be the perfect upgrade.

      BTW Rigol should really give you a percentage of every sale, I know that’s why I bought one.

  • MikeBalmory

    Excessive unnecessary fan noise continues to be an issue (in
    my opinion) with Rigol equipment (not just oscilloscopes).

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