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Hello guys,I want to buy K70,so before buying I played a little on my friend's k70 mx red switch keyboard and I found out that the spacebar had something like loose and loud sound which kinda wasn't nice for ear's ))) Do you guys experience the same with your keyboards or it's just my friend's keyboard's spacebar is faulty ? Maybe o-rings will change something or not ?
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would have to be the stabilizer bar making the noise, not the switch itself, it could be popped loose on one end, but on mine, and in general for cherry stabilizers, I find them to be pretty quiet, especially when lubed with something like Mechlube


With the K70, the cherry stabilizer bar is underneath the plate and not possible to get to. I guess you could lube the stabilizers them selves, IDK. My K70's spacebar is not noisy. I have o-rings on mine too.
 
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