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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-29-2019, 11:34 AM - Thread Starter
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POLL: ALPS EC10E vs TTC White Core

Scroll encoders, curious which other people tend to like more.

For people that don't know, ALPS is in something like the Ventus R while TTC White is in GPW
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ALPS any day for me, at least vs the GPW one
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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-29-2019, 01:47 PM
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For me, the alps encoder feels better. But it depends on the quality of the mouse. Sometimes the wheel is really lose und you have to heat the support points of the wheel axle and press them tighter to eliminate the rattle.
I soldered in the alps encoder in nearly every mouse I own, plus applying a little bit silicone grase with a needle for smoother and less noisy operation.


What about the f-switch encoder? It s great too, but I dont know where to purchase.
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Alps considering I could buy it if I wanted to. Can't find the other good ones for sale.
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I wish I had set the site into my favourites ... had a good EU Shop with good prices for EU , they sold ALPS, F-Switch and also the A4Tech optical ( bloody ) MWheelEncoders ...
but b2t ALPS ftw , 2nd F-Switch ... maybe the A4Tech optical can beat them or go on par , I dunno , didnt tried it yet
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what kind of MWheelEncoder Logitech uses for their Free Spinning Wheel ? I think thats a good option and I miss it in many Mice ...
I dont need it, but sometimes it would be great to have it ... ( BF + free spinning AN94 2er Burst mode shooting on Mwheel )

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I wish I had set the site into my favourites ... had a good EU Shop with good prices for EU , they sold ALPS, F-Switch and also the A4Tech optical ( bloody ) MWheelEncoders ...
but b2t ALPS ftw , 2nd F-Switch ... maybe the A4Tech optical can beat them or go on par , I dunno , didnt tried it yet
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what kind of MWheelEncoder Logitech uses for their Free Spinning Wheel ? I think thats a good option and I miss it in many Mice ...
I dont need it, but sometimes it would be great to have it ... ( BF + free spinning AN94 2er Burst mode shooting on Mwheel )
optical encoder of some sort, and custom wheel assembly with a metal bar for the steps (which is moved out of the way through a button, to make it free-spin).
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Will always be ALPs - Forever More.

Just need to push the Alps Wheel - here on this forum.

Best 'Scroller' by far, just very few implementations of this super-fine encoder.
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