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post #21 of 96 (permalink) Old 10-30-2018, 02:36 AM
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3. people said truemove1 has too high LOD??
My main reason for buying this mouse.

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Oh, I wasn't aware. Did you review it?
Nope but I had one for about 5 minutes. It had some hella stiff main buttons and was pretty much unusable for me.

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They're TTC.
any proofs?
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any proofs?
Read it here on OCN multiple times, also they use a lot of other TTC switches and encoders in their mice.

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Ok, I make picture.
Looks close to d2f-01
Here is 1 ttc switch - dpi button. Side buttons - kailh, wheel - ttc
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SS and Omrons feel completely different. Omrons have a high activation point, SS Orange a low. That's why people call them mushy.
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Ok, I make picture.
Looks close to d2f-01
Here is 1 ttc switch - dpi button. Side buttons - kailh, wheel - ttc
Most of these switches have a quite similar internal design so...

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Nope but I had one for about 5 minutes. It had some hella stiff main buttons and was pretty much unusable for me.
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Most of these switches have a quite similar internal design so...
can't find any ttc switches with that design.
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SS and Omrons feel completely different. Omrons have a high activation point, SS Orange a low. That's why people call them mushy.
what? High actuation point with huge post travel.
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