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CM Quickfire Rapid is the best bet if you want to spend under $80. It's very similar to the Filco Majestouch 2, as both are made by Costar in Taiwan. And, of course, both use genuine Cherry switches.CM:Filco:See here for a comparison of the 2. Keep in mind the Filco costs almost twice as much and is very, very similar to the Quckfire Rapid.
Cherry Clones, you mean like Kalih?If so I'd definitely say they are inferior, and I am susprised that Das is doing this considering that they are more of a premium keyboard brand. Why pay more for a Das with an unknown OEM and Greetech switches when you could have a Quickfire Rapid which is made by Costar with real Cherry switches?
European MPG is not the same as US MPG!The EPA test cycle is more strict than the European test cycle, and also 1 US Gallon = 0.83 Imp. Gallon. So 70 MPG in Europe is only like 40-50 MPG by US standards.
Last I heard, Elio Motors was trying to get this vehicle categorized as a motorcycle and not as a car so that they could avoid the safety regulations normally applied to cars with 4 wheels.Sounds like a fishy company to me...
Not sure if you can check as I don't own a Das keyboard myself, but GeekHack (a mech keyboard enthusiast site) has more info about OEMs.
I doubt this thing will actually come to market, and if it does, it most likely will cost more than $6800.The company has already pushed back the release date several times, and people are pretty pissed about the latest delay.
Sold to Shadow_Foxx
Who is the OEM for this keyboard? I know the older Das keyboards used to be made by Costar in Taiwan (similar to Filco keyboards and the CM Quickfire Rapid), but I've heard that Das has changed OEMs to cut costs.
FS: Fiio E10K Olympus 2 USB DAC/Headphone Amplifier In like-new condition. Only used a few times since it was purchased from HeadRoom (a Fiio authorized reseller). Includes everything that it came with new, including original box, paperwork, and USB cable. SOLD
You could just hook up your amp to the line-out on your motherboard According to Tom's, the ALC889 in your motherboard and mine is apparently pretty good and better than most of their newer implementations. Their conclusion only holds true with high0impedance headphones like the HD800, but it's still pretty surprising that their experienced listeners could not tell the difference between onboard and a $2000 DAC in blinded tests.
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