Electronics Workbench Equipment Survey
This survey seeks to learn about what types of equipment hobbyists and professionals use in audio and electronics repair and experimentation. We'll ask you a few questions about your participation, what types of projects you work on, and what tools and equipment you use on your bench.

You don't need to provide any contact or personal information of any kind, but if you have a blog or web site feel free to share it at the end.

Results will be written up and posted on /r/electronics and at www.retrovoltage.com when a good sample of responses is collected - most likely in mid January!

Which of these best describes your most frequent involvement with electronics? (If more than one applies, please pick the one you're most excited about, or reply twice if they use different types of equipment.) *
What do you work on? *
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What kind of projects or services do you do most often? *
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Do you use a handheld multimeter? If so, which type or model?
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Do you use a benchtop multimeter? If so, which type or model?
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Do you use an oscilloscope? If so, which type or model?
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Do you use a distortion meter/distortion analyzer? If so, which type or model?
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Do you use an FM alignment signal generator? If so, which type or model?
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Do you use an AM alignment signal generator? If so, which type or model?
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Do you use an audio signal generator or function generator? If so, which type or model?
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Do you use a spectrum analyzer? If so, which type or model?
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Do you have an integrated audio analysis system (i.e. Audio Precision, Rhode & Schwartz, etc.)? If so, which type or model?
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Is there any other equipment you use regularly? Please share!
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Do you have anything else to add? Tell us your favorite project story, worst customer experience, biggest "A-Ha!" moment, or anything else that's on your mind about your hobby, the industry, or your experience in it.
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If you have a blog or web site, feel free to share it if you'd like.
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