For a low-end “hobbyist” grade handheld portable scope which is better (as of today) the DSO Nano or DSO Quad?
I have a 100 MHz dual channel scope already and have access to a 1GHz scope at work, but I am looking for a portable scope to play with and do some hobby Arduino and audio frequency level analog stuff. I really like the DSO Quads specs and the Dual channel would be nice. The frequency sweeper application written by jpa looks great and would be a neat feature to have with some of my audio filter projects.
My concerns are based on the feedback on this forum not a lot of people are happy with the DSO Quad (as of today) and would I be better off buying the DSO Nano v2 and running the BENF firmware? Any thoughts? Is anyone happy with the DSO Quad?