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kags
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Apr 17, 2020
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since its a drop keyboard on principle I know that the hot sockets are just gonna fail after 2-3 different swithces it happened for my alt and for the tokyo v3...
Apr 17, 2020
rowie
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Apr 17, 2020
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I’ve had that happen with higher end boards more expensive than Drop Keyboards. But the sockets can easily be replaced I found just by watching tutorials on YouTube. Now I know with hotswap it’s more of a convenience to not have to solder and to use my favorite switches. If you want a better alternative to hotswap I find soldering holtites on solderable pcb a better option as I’ve changed 15 times and none of the holtite sockets ever came loose because it is soldered better than a hotswap socket and more securely I find.
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Apr 17, 2020
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