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Offline PhantomLeadr

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N00b from Austin Texas
« on: Sun, 17 May 2020, 16:58:57 »
Whats up fellow Nerds! Very new to the hobby and alraedy so in love with it. Just built my first board. The Tokyo Keyboards x Drop Tokyo60. Really looking forward to chatting with you all and id love to make it to one of the next Austin Texas meetups!

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Re: N00b from Austin Texas
« Reply #1 on: Mon, 18 May 2020, 16:41:30 »
Hi PhantomLeadr (Is that Luke Skywalker's X-wing squadron call sign now that he force projected for 5 minutes and keeled over?). Welcome to Geekhack.

That looks like a nice polished yet austere design. What switches did you put in it? Which have you tried? Which do you like?

Offline PhantomLeadr

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Re: N00b from Austin Texas
« Reply #2 on: Mon, 18 May 2020, 19:39:00 »
HAHAH not gonna lie red leader def had an inspiration. Currently i have stock Creams in to break them in. but i also have the Halo Trues and some Holy Pandas coming soon as well. Im still trying out differnt types tho. But so far i love the sound and feel of linears and some tactiles. the Halo Trues dont seem as tactile as id hope so i thinik i may pull the trigger on some Zealios V2s 67g i think still unsure what weight spring tho.

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Re: N00b from Austin Texas
« Reply #3 on: Tue, 19 May 2020, 10:20:24 »
HAHAH not gonna lie red leader def had an inspiration. Currently i have stock Creams in to break them in. but i also have the Halo Trues and some Holy Pandas coming soon as well. Im still trying out differnt types tho. But so far i love the sound and feel of linears and some tactiles. the Halo Trues dont seem as tactile as id hope so i thinik i may pull the trigger on some Zealios V2s 67g i think still unsure what weight spring tho.

I did have a feeling there may be some Star Wars influence there.

Nice. I have read/heard good things about all of those. Clicky guy myself, but I do hope to try all of the fancy linears and tactiles eventually, if ancient switches don't count.