Im quite sure that I'm not using 10x but I don't really know, I only borrowed the oscilloscope from a friend.
I've never used a digital scope, so I don't know what those settings should be. Are you confident that all settings are correct? Should we suspect scope settings or rule that out?I dont have that slider but I got this menu and I think that it is the same
I connected it to the battery and I was 12 volts as it should. But I had it set for DC to check the battery and AC to check the rca cableI've never used a digital scope, so I don't know what those settings should be. Are you confident that all settings are correct? Should we suspect scope settings or rule that out?
Edit: i have never used a power analyzer, but I suspect it gives different info than an oscilloscope, and that's why your reading is off. Connect it to a known voltage such as your battery or 120 outlet if it can read that high.
The rca is suppose to have ~2 vac before clipping but my HU is only producing 0.2 vac clean before clipping.Are you having some sort of issue with the signal - ie amp isn't getting as loud as expected? Sometimes things just don't read properly. I just spend the afternoon troubleshooting my sprinkler system. 24vdc AC/DC converter read 1.3vdc. The trigger lines to the sprinkler valves should have read 24vdc too, but came in at 800mvdc. Same DMM read 120vac out of the outlet, read 24vdc off another ac/dc converter, read 3vdc on a remote control. The sprinkler system is still working even though it allegedly only has ~1vdc.