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Moondrop x G-Square Mechanical Switches
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Moondrop x G-Square Mechanical Switches

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ViXoZuDo
125
Sep 4, 2022
No sound test? no actuation graph? How could you name this an enthusiast switch without all the basic info.
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Travel distance?
Fatalruin3.8mm, possibly a hair less. Long-pole but not super-aggressive about it.
frontsidebus
67
Aug 26, 2022
Liking that this is not RGB
RavenFrostt
40
Aug 26, 2022
frontsidebusI know, I hate those pesky RGB switches
noelochoa22
6
Aug 25, 2022
Hi, Sorry but one order ($20) is how many switches? Can't seem to find any info on this. Thanks! Edit: Oh, it's a 35-switch pack. nvm.
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SchmittAB
0
Aug 25, 2022
Oh look another MX clone
SchmittABNot all of us are willing to throw away the keycaps we've collected over the years. Plus I've stopped buying regular cherry switches cuz they feel bad by comparison.
SchmittAB
0
Dec 15, 2022
alingaCross-stem =/= MX. Cherry MX was a cost-saving design. Not an especially good one. Give me something interesting like Clickiez, BOXs, etc. Get someone to look at incorporating a cross-stem on the ALPS/Matias design. Figure out a way to get HE switches more compatible. Innovate the blueprint. The market is already horrendously saturated with clone upon clone of Cherry MX, each trying different spurious techniques (spring material, housing material, lubing, etc) to remedy the problems caused by the cheap design, rather than solving the issue at the core: that MX was designed to cut costs for Cherry first and foremost.
sghound
159
Aug 25, 2022
but does this have a harman curve tho?
These are the same exact molds as the wuque WS Aurora switches. The only difference I'm seeing is (based on the completely lacking) materials list, the top housing is likely nylon instead of polycarbonate. And that stem better not be nylon.
AtticusVulpesSure looks like it - though I'd say that's a good thing. I'm pretty sure the Auroras, Keyfirst Blings, Skyloong, and a bunch of others including these are all actually made by Haimu - the visual giveaways are the stem shape and two holes on the bottom. Again I think this is a good thing; every switch I've tried from them has been pleasantly smooth and stable.
PancakeGoon
238
Aug 28, 2022
AtticusVulpesBased on the housing & stem designs, as well as the lighter-than-usual spring weightings, I'm fairly confident these are manufactured by the lesser-known-to-West but high-quality/low-price (think KTT) Chinese manu Haimu. Although I don't know who produced the Aurora's off the top of my head, so maybe still applicable.
Daeronicus
249
Aug 25, 2022
An "audiophile" switch? Is that a thing? You know I was already interested with the color and tactile tech chart, but the audiophile part gives me instant rejection. A sound test video would be helpful instead of the "audiophile" word as a description.
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ViXoZuDo
125
Sep 4, 2022
DaeronicusMost of the keyboard enthusiast are also audiophile. Having that "nice sound" obsession is something that usually only audiophiles care about.
Daeronicus
249
Sep 5, 2022
ViXoZuDoYou are right, but that´s why many of us mod and lub our switches and keyboards, to get that sweet thoc or clack sound. But I still get triggered by the "audiophile" term there, how do you evaluate sound on a switch? you can't listen to music there, it is obvious. I always though that the choice for a switch start with the type, linear, tactile or clicky, then you choose the pressure force you like or want to try and then you can start modifying the sound working on lubing them, using foam, etc. There is no such thing as audiophile switches, you may say it have a nice and pleasant sound, but at audiophile level... nope. It's like I want to promote a mouse as an audiophile gear because it sound nice, much as the "gamer" tag on thing now... gamer desk, gamer chairs, gamer lights, gamer wrist rest, etc
psiclone
405
Aug 25, 2022
Everyone has that "perfect thock" switch. Back it up with a video and sound. Graphs and pictures don't mean a lot when you buy your 10th new product and 9/10 disappoint in both actual sound and feel.
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Darthbaggins
107
Aug 25, 2022
70 packs of each so I can try either out - digging the specs for them and always want to try new switches. If I don't like them, they'll at least look good in a jar as decorations lol.
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