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Anyone using this keyboard?

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823334013

 

I am so getting one.

 

Having the mic and speakers cable connected to my soundcard and than connecting the mic and headphone/speaker to the keyboard is a nice feature but would I loose sound quality?

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Originally Posted by Halciet View Post

I'll jump in, I guess. Filco Cherry Brown. I have a few pictures:







And one of the whole desk so you can get an idea of how big the keyboard really is; this is a 5" wide fold-up table.



Dude thats an awesome set up. Can you share some details about the mouse grips and arm rest ?
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Originally Posted by iARDAs View Post

Anyone using this keyboard?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823334013

I am so getting one.

Having the mic and speakers cable connected to my soundcard and than connecting the mic and headphone/speaker to the keyboard is a nice feature but would I loose sound quality?
You will probably only notice a little interference in your MIC quality; doubt it would be anything noticeable though.
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Originally Posted by iARDAs View Post

Anyone using this keyboard?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823334013

I am so getting one.

Having the mic and speakers cable connected to my soundcard and than connecting the mic and headphone/speaker to the keyboard is a nice feature but would I loose sound quality?

Should be similar to using the front panel on your average case.
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Dude thats an awesome set up. Can you share some details about the mouse grips and arm rest ?

That is a MX518 mouse! lol, drunk and can spot that.

@iARDA's get a Max Keyboard Nighthawk X8! It is amazing and offers the 2x USB along with the MIC and headphone out. Typing on the browns and gaming is just sexy! Fall in love the more I game and type on this thing. Thing is amazing even though I plug my headphones into my computer, via Auzentech Bravura 7.1. I use the Audio Technica AD-700's. Drunk while posting lol.

Edit : nvm that is not a mx518 because it has the LCD on it. That is the newer version of it. Awesome mouse!!!!!!!!! MX-518 is the best for anything other than MMO's where you need the side buttons.
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Originally Posted by Davayy View Post


You will probably only notice a little interference in your MIC quality; doubt it would be anything noticeable though.

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post


Should be similar to using the front panel on your average case.

 

Good to know. Thanks guys. +rep thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Magariz View Post


That is a MX518 mouse! lol, drunk and can spot that.
@iARDA's get a Max Keyboard Nighthawk X8! It is amazing and offers the 2x USB along with the MIC and headphone out. Typing on the browns and gaming is just sexy! Fall in love the more I game and type on this thing. Thing is amazing even though I plug my headphones into my computer, via Auzentech Bravura 7.1. I use the Audio Technica AD-700's. Drunk while posting lol.
Edit : nvm that is not a mx518 because it has the LCD on it. That is the newer version of it. Awesome mouse!!!!!!!!! MX-518 is the best for anything other than MMO's where you need the side buttons.

 

That looks like a nice keyboard too but I could really use the USB 3.0 on the Gigabyte one. I have a USB 3.0 compatible HDD that I use frequently and the speed helps to be honest.

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Edit : nvm that is not a mx518 because it has the LCD on it. That is the newer version of it.

 

It's actually a G5.

post #10319 of 36852
Just wanted to share some pictures with you guys!

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I believe you can use autohotkey. If that doesn't help, head over to geekhack.org and they'll most definitely know.

I installed it but it doesn't seem very user friendly tongue.gif. I have no idea what the code for the Japanese keys would be... but if I could remap them that would be awesome.

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