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post #2511 of 14567
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Originally Posted by sotorious View Post
Yea do you have vlc player? almost like the plastic is buckling
How loud is this sound in comparison to the click of a single switch? And when I mean the click, I mean press a single key very gently just so that it clicks and then describe the difference in the loudness.
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post #2512 of 14567
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
How loud is this sound in comparison to the click of a single switch? And when I mean the click, I mean press a single key very gently just so that it clicks and then describe the difference in the loudness.
a lot louder. If you get vlc player you should be able to hear the sound, do you see video?
 
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post #2513 of 14567
The video has sound. My guess is they top and bottom half aren't fully together, so theres a little gap between them that opens and closes when you squeeze, making that noise.
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post #2514 of 14567
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a lot louder. If you get vlc player you should be able to hear the sound, do you see video?
Now that I know that it's "a lot louder", I'm no longer concerned about the video. When I do this with my keyboard, it just makes a subtle creaking noise that is probably half the loudness of the click of a single key as I described before. I cannot make it create any noises that are louder than the click of a single switch.
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The video has sound. My guess is they top and bottom half aren't fully together, so theres a little gap between them that opens and closes when you squeeze, making that noise.
Ok, so the video has sound, but not in Windows Media Player. I haven't tried playing it in any other media player yet so I haven't heard the audio yet.
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post #2515 of 14567
Yea i was just checking i happen to hear it when i was moving it but its not biggie i guess, ill be squeezing it for the next few days cause i know its there but until i forget about it.
 
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post #2516 of 14567
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Yea i was just checking i happen to hear it when i was moving it but its not biggie i guess, ill be squeezing it for the next few days cause i know its there but until i forget about it.
Hmm. I think that I would take it apart and then put it back together just to see if anything changes.
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post #2517 of 14567
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
Technically it would be one size larger, since the inside diameter would shrink.
I jumped in the shower after posting that, and it was like "I'm siiiigin in the rain, just siingin in th- OH CRAP IT WOULD BE LARGER"
    
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post #2518 of 14567
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Hmm. I think that I would take it apart and then put it back together just to see if anything changes.
Thats a bit to extreme for me. as long as they keyboard still types and doesnt make that sound while im typing.
 
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post #2519 of 14567
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Thats a bit to extreme for me. as long as they keyboard still types and doesnt make that sound while im typing.
Oh, alright then.
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post #2520 of 14567

for people that are skeptical about soldering and desoldering I used to volt mod video cards and it's not difficult at all.

in the video below a guy shows you how to transplant a Alps switch from one keyboard to another which is probably the most difficult circumstances you could face and it's easy.


if you have a old video card that is collecting dust you can practice on it and if your hands shake, clap them. that is the learning curve.

Christine
Edited by lmnop - 3/21/10 at 7:55pm
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