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TaliG:
Hi  everyone!

I am a happy owner of an sds5054x with all options and 1ghz bandwidth unlocked thanks to you, great community members.

I am also a siglent fun.

Please give me a reason to upgrade to this baby. I can't sleep at night thinking about it  :-\

tautech:

--- Quote from: TaliG on June 11, 2022, 03:02:50 pm ---Hi  everyone!

I am a happy owner of an sds5054x with all options and 1ghz bandwidth unlocked thanks to you, great community members.

I am also a siglent fun.

Please give me a reason to upgrade to this baby. I can't sleep at night thinking about it  :-\

--- End quote ---
Welcome to the forum.

SDS5104X is a quite capable DSO and now with the latest FW that imports the memory management menu SDS6000A has the gap has narrowed and while the larger 12" display is nice the individual vertical controls on SDS5000X are nice too for those stuck in their ways.
I have both and only if I wanted the larger display, more BW, 4 Math traces, 8Mpts FFT or HDMI support would I get a SDS6000A.
AFAIK SDS6kA BW and options have yet to be unlocked.

Remember, Dave did a 1 GHz DSO shootout a while back and SDS5104X was judged best bang for buck ....that was before the memory management improvements....so maybe it's time he looked at this picture again now the SDS6kA is here.  :popcorn:

blurpy:

--- Quote from: tautech on June 11, 2022, 11:51:50 pm ---SDS5104X is a quite capable DSO and now with the latest FW that imports the memory management menu SDS6000A has the gap has narrowed

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Do you think SDS2000X+ might get that improvement as well?

tautech:

--- Quote from: blurpy on June 12, 2022, 10:34:29 am ---
--- Quote from: tautech on June 11, 2022, 11:51:50 pm ---SDS5104X is a quite capable DSO and now with the latest FW that imports the memory management menu SDS6000A has the gap has narrowed

--- End quote ---
Do you think SDS2000X+ might get that improvement as well?

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I don’t but I also don’t really know however like you I have wondered about this too.
The new 2000HD has it and fair enough as it is double the price of the X Plus and IMO this differentiation in the feature set will remain to justify the HD price.
So for now X Plus owners need work with the dual timebase LeCroy zoom method.

oewean:
new firmware for SDS6000A
V1.4.3.3 (Release Date 06.28.22 )
https://www.siglenteu.com/download/13076/

Edit: Wrong URL

Note: This release cannot be downgraded to former releases.

1. Math: added filter operator
2. Supported to save waveform as Memory traces, which store the raw
data instead of the screen data (as Ref does), and can be source of
Measure/Math etc.
3. Measure: improved the AIM limit from 1,000 to up to 65,000 (AIM limit:
the upper limit of horizontal parameters measure statistics in one frame )
4. Optimized intensity display of math traces.
5. Added support for mouse wheel when using a mouse
6. Supported CP030 current probe (with LPA10 adapter)
7. Eye Diagram: 100Base-TX signal supported
8. Trigger: Pattern trigger strategy changed
9. Power Analysis:
a) Supported MOSFET SOA (Safe Operating Area)
b) Bigger table size

10. Fixed several bugs
a) Moving the traces by gestures may cause the scope to freeze
b) [Bode Plot]Vertical Ref.level manual setting is partially bad
c) [Measure]Track plot - not working well in general
d) [Power Analysis]Current harmonics forgets table/bar view
e) Waveform Capture Rate breakdown at 20 ns/div
f) Measurements skip buffers in history mode

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