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post #1361 of 1420
That sucks. I'm sick of expensive electronics breaking for no reason : /

I guess I'll try the Logitech 502 or whatever next.
post #1362 of 1420
Does anyone know what switch the Naos 7000 uses for the middle click and what I could replace it with? After about a year, my Naos 7000 middle click stopped working unless I press down on it incredibly hard and even then it can be intermittent (which seems to be a common issue now). I went to swap out the switch, but found that it does not use a more common switch and instead has some funky four legged switch that I'm sure is a SPST switch. Does anyone have specs or recommendations for a switch that I could swap it out for? Mionix support has been slow so far and, if possible, I have no problem swapping a new switch in myself.
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post #1363 of 1420
20% off & free shipping at Mionix' shop - just enter these codes to your cart: "taketenoff", "anotherfive", "takefivemore" wink.gif


Does anyone own the newer Sargas XL or knows how it competes?

EDIT:
found it!
Edited by Dr Strangelove - 6/3/16 at 7:05pm
post #1364 of 1420
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Originally Posted by nubbinator View Post

Does anyone know what switch the Naos 7000 uses for the middle click and what I could replace it with? After about a year, my Naos 7000 middle click stopped working unless I press down on it incredibly hard and even then it can be intermittent (which seems to be a common issue now). I went to swap out the switch, but found that it does not use a more common switch and instead has some funky four legged switch that I'm sure is a SPST switch. Does anyone have specs or recommendations for a switch that I could swap it out for? Mionix support has been slow so far and, if possible, I have no problem swapping a new switch in myself.
You can use Panasonic EVQP0E07K switches. Other companies also make them but Panasonic ones seem to be the more rough bust ones. I'm quite sure Mionix used similar TTC ones in their mice.
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post #1365 of 1420
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You can use Panasonic EVQP0E07K switches. Other companies also make them but Panasonic ones seem to be the more rough bust ones. I'm quite sure Mionix used similar TTC ones in their mice.

Those look like they only have two leads on the switch though. The one in the Naos 7000 appeared to be a SPST switch with four leads.
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post #1366 of 1420
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Those look like they only have two leads on the switch though. The one in the Naos 7000 appeared to be a SPST switch with four leads.
Look again then:

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post #1367 of 1420
Hey guys, I have a mionix Castor, i play cs :Go and after 1 month playing with it, i came to a conclusion, the weight on this mouse is not well distributed. The back of the mouse weights much more than the front so its odd to lift and limits me in gameplay.
Anyone here knows if there's any weight removal inside the mouse and if so any video how to desmantle it?
Also, there is another problem with this mouse. Sometimes it increases automatically the lod, becoming really high like 3 cds. When i try mionix driver settings to low, it fixes temporarily and then the lod goes up again. Also when i try the lowst lod possible on Mionix driver, it causes the sensor to malfunction, stuttering and even fails tracking...


Aprecciate help. Thanks
post #1368 of 1420
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Hey guys, I have a mionix Castor, i play cs :Go and after 1 month playing with it, i came to a conclusion, the weight on this mouse is not well distributed. The back of the mouse weights much more than the front so its odd to lift and limits me in gameplay.
Anyone here knows if there's any weight removal inside the mouse and if so any video how to desmantle it?
Also, there is another problem with this mouse. Sometimes it increases automatically the lod, becoming really high like 3 cds. When i try mionix driver settings to low, it fixes temporarily and then the lod goes up again. Also when i try the lowst lod possible on Mionix driver, it causes the sensor to malfunction, stuttering and even fails tracking...


Aprecciate help. Thanks
Of course it is rear biased. The thumb indent is offset to the front of the mouse. It's balanced if you grip it in the middle of the mouse though.
There is no removable weight inside. The only thing you can try to balance it to your grip is gluing some weights inside of the front. There are two screws under the bottom mouse foot and then the bottom of the mouse takes out. The front is being held with plastic hooks.
For the bug try to flash the latest firmware again.
Also every surface is different in terms of how the sensor sees it and how far the sensor sits above the surface. On some surfaces it tracks perfectly on the lowest lod distance, on others it will stutter, not track, will have lower malfunction speed because the height the sensor tracks (LOD) is set too low and it can't properly make out the details of the surface.
Edited by Soo8 - 6/22/16 at 12:55pm
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post #1369 of 1420
I guess it would work for really small hands, but for normal hands, they weight distribution is really bad. I already tried to erset mouse and flash it but it didnt solve anything.
Its really unstable, sometimes the lod is good, but somehow it increases alone, the mouse definitly does not worth the money they ask. Maybe if material quality side.
post #1370 of 1420
The firmware has been stable on the 2 castors I tried. Try RMAing through Mionix cause this should not be happening. And the balance isn't that bad. It's just probably too small for your hand and you're holding it too forward.
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