Re: What does this mean on an oscilloscope?
What you're looking at might not be "real". It could be noise being picked up by your connections. The fuzzy sides and non symmetrical look kinda indicate that. Also, your waveform is off the screen. The bottom half of the signal can't be seen. You could be driving the scope input into a nonlinear region.
Originally Posted by TDot
You need to get the scope trace centered with no offset so you can see the entire waveform. I assume you're looking across amp output terminals and there should be no DC offset there, but doublecheck that with a DMM.
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