Vectorscope Troubling a Noob

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DrenselQuad
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Vectorscope Troubling a Noob

Post by DrenselQuad » Thu Oct 15, 2020 7:06 pm

Hello,

Before I begin any help and or advice is greatly appreciated.

I recently found a vectorscope at an old electronic market and decided to take advantage. My goal was to create and experiment with signals from my eurorack.

I found a Leader LVS-58508 NTSC vectorscope. I ordered BNC to 1/8" cords and connected them to my rack. Unfortunately nothing.
My diagnosis(knowing about nothing) was that...
- the input signal to the X and Y inputs was too weak
- I did not do enough research on what I bought.
- the vectorscope is may just have a issue

Has anybody found success with this configuration? Any tips generally speaking

Ill post the routing if that helps.

Thanks, again
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Re: Vectorscope Troubling a Noob

Post by bitSmasher » Fri Oct 16, 2020 7:54 am

Unfortunately despite the name a vectorscope is not an X/Y display, so not suitable for your intended purpose
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Re: Vectorscope Troubling a Noob

Post by DrenselQuad » Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:08 am

Thank you, thats what i feared. Anything fun you can do with it regardless?

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