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Got some SP eSport Caps samples in the mail, I'm at work so I haven't tested them yet.



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man what is RAZER rma? i am having difficulty there are not responding to my emails

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Thanks biggrin.gif

After time I have now gotten used to the sound and I quite like it now, it sounds like how a keyboard should sound
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Well ever since I've built this PC I never had any issues using my old keyboard. I've never experienced a mech keyboard tho. So after using my old Dell OEM keyboard after 4ish years I finally thought it was time to change, lol.

Going from

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To a Rosewill RK-9100 with blue switches. I was going to get a quickfire rapid with blues, but the RK was on sale and it's backlit. Got it for 79.99 with FS thumb.gif
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Thanks biggrin.gif

After time I have now gotten used to the sound and I quite like it now, it sounds like how a keyboard should sound

well obviously you'll still have the click, but those grommets will reduce the noise significantly when you bottom out (and maybe a little bit when you don't).

they also supposedly make the keyboard feel better, i think i'm gonna try them on my black switch board since i bottom out pretty often especially while gaming.
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anyway to fix my Razer or RMA is the best option

the mechanical inside is broken on the "end" key is broken
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So I'm thinking about picking up some sound dampeners for my DAS Silent (mx browns) and was wondering which sound dampeners may be more appropriate for brown switches.

I'd be ordering from WASD Keyboards specifically.

Blue: Softer landing for better shock absorption.

Red: Sound reduction with minimal change in feel.

Black: Firmer landing for more defined feedback when bottoming out

Anyone with an opinion on the matter? I understand that it may be just a matter of perspective but I wanted to know if one dampener type was more appropriate for browns.

Thanks~
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So I'm thinking about picking up some sound dampeners for my DAS Silent (mx browns) and was wondering which sound dampeners may be more appropriate for brown switches.

I'd be ordering from WASD Keyboards specifically.

Blue: Softer landing for better shock absorption.

Red: Sound reduction with minimal change in feel.

Black: Firmer landing for more defined feedback when bottoming out

Anyone with an opinion on the matter? I understand that it may be just a matter of perspective but I wanted to know if one dampener type was more appropriate for browns.

Thanks~

I have a Filco with browns and have had WASD black orings installed on it for the last several months. I just purchased a Rosewill with reds and got some Red orings in to try. I think for reds I like the red orings. For browns the difference is more subtle, but my initial impression is the reds are slightly better. I"m going to play around for a couple days and probably order some more reds and maybe some blues.
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Razer RMA EU is rubbish havent received a response
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So I'm thinking about picking up some sound dampeners for my DAS Silent (mx browns) and was wondering which sound dampeners may be more appropriate for brown switches.

I'd be ordering from WASD Keyboards specifically.

Blue: Softer landing for better shock absorption.

Red: Sound reduction with minimal change in feel.

Black: Firmer landing for more defined feedback when bottoming out

Anyone with an opinion on the matter? I understand that it may be just a matter of perspective but I wanted to know if one dampener type was more appropriate for browns.

Thanks~

wasd has a sampler you can order for $8, comes with all the switches and o-ring types.

might as well just try them yourself and decide, that's what i'm going to do.

http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/products/sampler-kit-1.html
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