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Mionix Avior 7000
Sargas S
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Mionix Avior 7000
Sargas S

nice but artisan is better..
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My mouse doesn't work now so it is sad, i am trying to fix it.
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The build quality is one of the best, still 6 months later mine broke.
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I also have a failed middle click (mouse wheel click). My mouse is over 3 years old and only just now failed but still disappointing. It was slowly going where I needed to click it at an odd angle or really hard for the past 6 months or so but no doesn't work at all. I am in communication with Mionix support and they've suggested taking it apart and giving it a good cleaning which I will do tonight since I am comfortable doing so (being a cellphone technician). The support person has been a pleasure to deal with so far and will update how the situation ends up. From the sounds of these other reports though it doesn't seem like a cleaning is going to fix it.
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I also have a failed middle click (mouse wheel click). My mouse is over 3 years old and only just now failed but still disappointing. It was slowly going where I needed to click it at an odd angle or really hard for the past 6 months or so but no doesn't work at all. I am in communication with Mionix support and they've suggested taking it apart and giving it a good cleaning which I will do tonight since I am comfortable doing so (being a cellphone technician). The support person has been a pleasure to deal with so far and will update how the situation ends up. From the sounds of these other reports though it doesn't seem like a cleaning is going to fix it.

Very common among Mionix mice. They use an awful 2 pin switch for MMB. It can be easily replaced with another one if you're not afraid of a soldering iron (or an idiot with an iron, in my case). I got myself some of these. They fitted perfectly in the Xornet II, not sure about Mionix mice.

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/10pcs-lot-100-original-TTC-square-mouse-micro-switch-middle-button-of-deathadder-life-8-000/32607791399.html?spm=2114.01010208.3.2.3IJE01&ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_8,searchweb201602_4_10057_10056_10055_10049_10017_405_404_10059_407_10058_10040_10060,searchweb201603_2&btsid=9bbc4d0a-13c9-4d6c-aab3-b6d182df6157
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I disassembled the mouse and during the process was able to see how the wheel click function works. After reassembling the mouse I have middle click working again but still have to press the wheel at a slight left angle towards where the switch is. At least it's working again. Will likely get a replacement 8200 in the coming months, just sucks that they're going for ~ $100 CAD.
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post #1378 of 1429
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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?

Kind of a late reply, but I think everyone affected by the problem can learn from this info. The default middle click switch inside the Mionix Naos 7000 [and probably other Mionix models] is this model:
TTC 1580730741100

The "07" represents the actuation force, in this case 0.7N.

Doing a full disassembly and reassembly of the switch can net positive results but the symptoms will come back for sure. The parts inside the switch end up shifting a bit so that even if you hear the click sound it doesn't register the command. Why exactly does that happen? I have no idea smile.gif But do consider this as an option before searching for spare parts.

I was able to find these 2 alternative models for my Naos 7000:
Omron B3M-6009 [0.69N actuation force. 2,000,000 click lifespan]
Panasonic EVQ-P0E07K [0.74N actuation force. 5,000,000 click lifespan. Don't panic because of the 30V rating. According to the datasheet, this switch is able to operate between 2V and 30V. Hence, it will work at the requiered 12V just fine thumb.gif]

L.E. Initially messed up the link and model number on the TTC Switch. Should be fine now.
Edited by Rocozaur - 10/3/16 at 2:03pm
post #1379 of 1429
I never knew how bad my middle click had gotten on my naos 7000 until I went on vacation for 3 weeks. When I came back to the states I couldn't get it to click. I've gotten used to it again now, but I know it's a matter of time before it goes out completely. It's over two years old though so it's seen a lot of use.

Rep for the links for those switches!
Edited by RX7-2nr - 10/3/16 at 6:01pm
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Anyone has the Mionix NASH 20 headset? I am looking to buy it, it looks nice and i found some nice reviews. But i dont know if they are better in sound quality than a sennheiser cheap model or kingston hyperx cloud. If anyone has and know that headset, i would aprecciate some opinions.

I may grab it for 60€ now. I think it is a nice price since they generally are being sold for 100€.
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