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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #100 on: Thu, 21 May 2015, 16:52:42 »
I'm surprised nobody's made one of these yet.. There's a post your 1800s thread but nothing more.

Post anything made by Cherry Corp here!

I'll start with some of my favourites.

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whats a cheap cherry board I can buy that has these beautiful cherry doubleshots on especially like the beige and white ones or the ones with different languages.
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« Reply #101 on: Thu, 21 May 2015, 17:04:29 »
I suppose I should stick this in here too, since it's likely to get buried quick in the mail today thread...

Knocked another one off my Cherry 'bucket list', a G80 board with bitshift layout!
Rohde & Schwarz Cherry G80-0774
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Near mint condition, asides from the chip on the upper left corner it's like new. Perfect condition Cherry doubleshots with many interesting keys and legends on plate mounted MX blacks. Lock leds appear to be orange. Top case bezel is metal, with some kind of 'engineered' bottom tray. Sadly, it's another keyboard with a weird connector in my collection making it impossible to use without heavy mods... of which I wouldn't even know where to start with it's 3 wire phono jack connector.

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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #102 on: Thu, 21 May 2015, 21:58:25 »
What is 'cheap'? There are LOTs of different models out there in LOTS of different languages. Some are stupid hard to find, especially outside that language area... and when you do find them be prepared to pay. Though... you can always get lucky and score a really good deal. But you have to be patient and looking frequently. The biggest key I have to finding them cheap is knowing what other companies had Cherry OEM them, and looking for those because everyone else isn't. Also just looking with super generic terms and trawling through 10,000s of listings and being able to spot them in ****ty 300x200 cameraphone potato **** pictures.

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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #103 on: Fri, 22 May 2015, 04:20:35 »
What is 'cheap'? There are LOTs of different models out there in LOTS of different languages. Some are stupid hard to find, especially outside that language area... and when you do find them be prepared to pay. Though... you can always get lucky and score a really good deal. But you have to be patient and looking frequently. The biggest key I have to finding them cheap is knowing what other companies had Cherry OEM them, and looking for those because everyone else isn't. Also just looking with super generic terms and trawling through 10,000s of listings and being able to spot them in ****ty 300x200 cameraphone potato **** pictures.
$75-$100 is what I would consider cheap for a cherry board. (Am I way off In left field on that?) I could swear I have seen people claiming they bought boards for $50 dollars that look like they have a banging ANSI classic beige on it. Some of those olivetti boards Droool or peacock. I guess the main thing is I should stop being lazy and just really start doing my homework on OG cherry ! Pawing through this thread probobaly isn't a bad place to start 8) thanks guys and gals.
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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #104 on: Fri, 22 May 2015, 08:15:33 »
The good thing about vintage boards is that you can find them really cheap on auction sites or classified ads if you're lucky.

If you want to get them from other members for market price.. Things can get quite expensive though. I know one or two particular models of Cherry boards would sell for $1500~ if not more.

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« Reply #105 on: Fri, 22 May 2015, 08:19:15 »
The good thing about vintage boards is that you can find them really cheap on auction sites or classified ads if you're lucky.

If you want to get them from other members for market price.. Things can get quite expensive though. I know one or two particular models of Cherry boards would sell for $1500~ if not more.

I'm going to float this out there. Vintage boards does not mean *ONLY* Cherry boards. There are many many many vintage keyboards of which Cherry boards are a subset.
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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #106 on: Fri, 22 May 2015, 16:36:41 »

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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #107 on: Fri, 22 May 2015, 16:45:32 »
$75-100 is probably a reasonable expectation for one that is in very good to excellent or possibly new condition. It's certainly possible to find them for much less though. Especially if you would like German. Can often find very cheap on ebay.de, but usually you will need someone German to help you get it as many refuse to ship international. But as you say, best to school yourself on what to look for so you can hunt on your own. It's certainly possible to find some real deals if you know what you are looking for and are not in a hurry to get it. I've gotten many Cherry doubleshot boards for as little as $15, even some that are MX for that little. My own average is probably closer to $50... but I am really good at finding the deep listings that are in wrong categories, misspelled and so on that others didn't find.

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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #108 on: Fri, 22 May 2015, 17:23:14 »
Thanks Ivan ....international shipping and or proxying is something I don't necessarily want to deal with right now and by the sounds of it will limit my options ! 8-/ As with everything there's no alternative
For Hard thorough research. I really don't know what to look for when it comes to cherry boards or there sub brandings.
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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #109 on: Fri, 22 May 2015, 18:17:43 »
$75-100 is probably a reasonable expectation for one that is in very good to excellent or possibly new condition. It's certainly possible to find them for much less though. Especially if you would like German. Can often find very cheap on ebay.de, but usually you will need someone German to help you get it as many refuse to ship international. But as you say, best to school yourself on what to look for so you can hunt on your own. It's certainly possible to find some real deals if you know what you are looking for and are not in a hurry to get it. I've gotten many Cherry doubleshot boards for as little as $15, even some that are MX for that little. My own average is probably closer to $50... but I am really good at finding the deep listings that are in wrong categories, misspelled and so on that others didn't find.
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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #110 on: Sat, 23 May 2015, 12:46:22 »
LOL. You're German though... unless you don't want stuff in German layout you should have no problems. It's so easy to find them for real cheap on German ebay. Only need to search Cherry G80, Cherry tastatur and just look through, usually can find a nice one with doubleshot or even dyesub for under 40EUR. Oh, and check on Highscreen too, those are often easy to find cheap.
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« Reply #111 on: Sat, 23 May 2015, 15:23:34 »
LOL. You're German though... unless you don't want stuff in German layout you should have no problems. It's so easy to find them for real cheap on German ebay. Only need to search Cherry G80, Cherry tastatur and just look through, usually can find a nice one with doubleshot or even dyesub for under 40EUR. Oh, and check on Highscreen too, those are often easy to find cheap.
Thanks for the tips! :thumb: I guess you're right that it's easier to find some good Cherries here, though often in QWERTZ and I prefer QWERTY as you've guessed.

I recently picked up a G80-1000 HAD on Ebay classifieds for 30 bucks with near mint condition German doubleshots and a 3000 PCB (ready for a leeku, thanks for the tip recently about the G80-1000 also coming with G80-3000 PCBs in them). The case could use some retr0bright though.

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« Reply #113 on: Sat, 30 May 2015, 01:10:12 »
Dolch :)

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« Reply #114 on: Sat, 30 May 2015, 03:49:19 »
Have to make some more interesting pics of this keyboard than these, there is also a manual, and everything in pretty good shape!



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« Reply #115 on: Sat, 30 May 2015, 04:07:14 »
Have to make some more interesting pics of this keyboard than these, there is also a manual, and everything in pretty good shape!

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« Reply #116 on: Sat, 30 May 2015, 09:19:09 »
Have to make some more interesting pics of this keyboard than these, there is also a manual, and everything in pretty good shape!

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That's one hella nice board :thumb:
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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #117 on: Sat, 30 May 2015, 12:11:38 »
I suppose I should stick this in here too, since it's likely to get buried quick in the mail today thread...

Knocked another one off my Cherry 'bucket list', a G80 board with bitshift layout!
Rohde & Schwarz Cherry G80-0774
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Near mint condition, asides from the chip on the upper left corner it's like new. Perfect condition Cherry doubleshots with many interesting keys and legends on plate mounted MX blacks. Lock leds appear to be orange. Top case bezel is metal, with some kind of 'engineered' bottom tray. Sadly, it's another keyboard with a weird connector in my collection making it impossible to use without heavy mods... of which I wouldn't even know where to start with it's 3 wire phono jack connector.
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« Reply #118 on: Sat, 30 May 2015, 12:46:20 »
2550 HAD?

It is a G80-2550 HPD, the same one as seen here. I thought it is a battleship, but when I lifted it the first time I thought like wow, that one is light! Of course, PCB, case, nothing else, but I was surprised because of its size.

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« Reply #119 on: Sat, 30 May 2015, 12:53:44 »
Great shots madhias.. I need to get one of those.

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« Reply #120 on: Sat, 30 May 2015, 13:29:07 »
Great shots madhias.. I need to get one of those.

Open for trades :) Seriously, I am not that into vintage Cherry keyboards. If I hold this one, I am going to use some caps on my upcoming TX1800 mixed with other matching caps, and that's it! The last nice Cherry board I had, was this Phoneboard, which I sold to tinnie for about $30 if I remember correctly. But I got a nice IBM keyboard later, so it was fair and Karma was right again.

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« Reply #121 on: Sun, 31 May 2015, 01:23:47 »
Wow!  Beautiful !    ;)

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« Reply #122 on: Wed, 03 June 2015, 13:08:22 »
Great shots madhias.. I need to get one of those.

Open for trades :) Seriously, I am not that into vintage Cherry keyboards. If I hold this one, I am going to use some caps on my upcoming TX1800 mixed with other matching caps, and that's it! The last nice Cherry board I had, was this Phoneboard, which I sold to tinnie for about $30 if I remember correctly. But I got a nice IBM keyboard later, so it was fair and Karma was right again.

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It's internal, very rich.





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« Reply #123 on: Wed, 03 June 2015, 14:01:04 »
Great shots madhias.. I need to get one of those.

Open for trades :) Seriously, I am not that into vintage Cherry keyboards. If I hold this one, I am going to use some caps on my upcoming TX1800 mixed with other matching caps, and that's it! The last nice Cherry board I had, was this Phoneboard, which I sold to tinnie for about $30 if I remember correctly. But I got a nice IBM keyboard later, so it was fair and Karma was right again.

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It's internal, very rich.


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Looks nice the PCB with all the resistors and other components neatly arranged.

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« Reply #124 on: Wed, 03 June 2015, 17:55:23 »
Great shots madhias.. I need to get one of those.

Open for trades :) Seriously, I am not that into vintage Cherry keyboards. If I hold this one, I am going to use some caps on my upcoming TX1800 mixed with other matching caps, and that's it! The last nice Cherry board I had, was this Phoneboard, which I sold to tinnie for about $30 if I remember correctly. But I got a nice IBM keyboard later, so it was fair and Karma was right again.

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It's internal, very rich.


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And a Nice Case Bottom too!    :thumb:
I love that style bottom in NCR0528, Amiga 2000, G80-0904, etc 
So sturdy and nice support for the PCB,   pleasant typing for a long time! 

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« Reply #125 on: Wed, 03 June 2015, 22:37:15 »


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« Reply #126 on: Wed, 03 June 2015, 22:43:21 »
Great shots madhias.. I need to get one of those.

Open for trades :) Seriously, I am not that into vintage Cherry keyboards. If I hold this one, I am going to use some caps on my upcoming TX1800 mixed with other matching caps, and that's it! The last nice Cherry board I had, was this Phoneboard, which I sold to tinnie for about $30 if I remember correctly. But I got a nice IBM keyboard later, so it was fair and Karma was right again.

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This is cracking me up. I like that phone more than I like the board haha!
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« Reply #127 on: Wed, 03 June 2015, 22:47:30 »


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can you post your pictures in a more normal angle please?  its pain in the ass to look at your pictures to figure out what the hell is that. 

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« Reply #128 on: Wed, 03 June 2015, 22:53:50 »
it's a normal 3000 board,  I got just this pic saved.

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« Reply #130 on: Thu, 04 June 2015, 08:04:30 »
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« Reply #131 on: Fri, 05 June 2015, 10:58:56 »
I've always hated those that they didn't make both pieces of case body same color. It look cheap and lazy.

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« Reply #132 on: Fri, 05 June 2015, 20:56:26 »
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« Reply #133 on: Sun, 23 August 2015, 11:03:25 »
Thanks wlhlm for pointing out this thread.

Here's my HAV keyset on ESA-3000HASRO, Vintage Cherry MX Blacks.





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« Reply #134 on: Sun, 23 August 2015, 12:22:28 »
Thanks wlhlm for pointing out this thread.

Here's my HAV keyset on ESA-3000HASRO, Vintage Cherry MX Blacks.

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God that board looks great!
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« Reply #135 on: Sun, 23 August 2015, 12:46:14 »
Thanks wlhlm for pointing out this thread.

Here's my HAV keyset on ESA-3000HASRO, Vintage Cherry MX Blacks.

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God that board looks great!

Thank you sir,  much appreciated.

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« Reply #136 on: Wed, 26 August 2015, 23:06:01 »
After about 8 months it's finally here..

Lovely 1.25u bottom row, fully MX compatible and center stemmed! Win/menu keys are pad print, and you can see the clear coat.






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« Reply #137 on: Thu, 27 August 2015, 05:52:27 »
After about 8 months it's finally here..

Lovely 1.25u bottom row, fully MX compatible and center stemmed! Win/menu keys are pad print, and you can see the clear coat.

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« Reply #138 on: Thu, 27 August 2015, 06:01:31 »
After about 8 months it's finally here..

Lovely 1.25u bottom row, fully MX compatible and center stemmed! Win/menu keys are pad print, and you can see the clear coat.

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After all the flash colours I've seen lately it's nice to see a plain BoW.  Don't seem to get many of those these days :))
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« Reply #139 on: Thu, 27 August 2015, 07:43:37 »
All the photos are of vintage cherry boards. Here's my 2015:
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« Reply #140 on: Sun, 04 October 2015, 16:30:34 »


More to come.  ;D
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« Reply #143 on: Tue, 06 October 2015, 22:20:52 »
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« Reply #144 on: Tue, 06 October 2015, 22:23:18 »
All the photos are of vintage cherry boards. Here's my 2015:
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What keys are those? and, it appears that -_ and =+ are inverted, aren't they?

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« Reply #145 on: Fri, 09 October 2015, 00:30:41 »
Unfortunately, it's a G83 at my workplace:



There's supposed to be some G81s in the store room, but none for the G80...

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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #146 on: Mon, 12 October 2015, 10:33:33 »
It appears I haven't posted my newer boards in here, don't know how I missed that lol:

I don't have any PCB pics of the 2100s because I really don't feel like going through the trouble to open them.

G80-2100HDF with red LED swap:
For this keyboard, it is a AZERTY French ISO layout, and I love the US ISO keyboard, I definitely am a fan. All I did on this one was open it up and swap the green LEDs to red. It has a very worn pair of caps, and I honestly like them more than my textured ANSI set. I used this as a daily driver for the past few weeks, and I love using it, especially all the layers of programmable keys.
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G80-2100HDD:
This is stock, and it sadly got a broken corner while shipping, but I have a replacement case coming :). I haven't done anything to this except take the lock keys off to put on my HDU.
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G80-1000HDU with red LED swap / mod and German lock keys:
This originally came with an all ANSI cap layout, including the grey pipeline, which is a bit rare. It didn't have any in-switch lock lights, so I added them so I could use windowed keys. I need to put some black ink around the other lock LEDs though, as the cover they have bleeds the LED and I don't like the way it looks. This will be my daily driver until the Koala is finished.

I would like to say the PCB on this is beautiful, on both sides.

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Offline dan002

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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #147 on: Wed, 14 October 2015, 13:07:32 »
g80-3700hqaus-0

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awesome. So where did you get those bro caps from? My keyboard would look complete with some caps above the numpad... I have some portal key caps that I bought I want to trade because they're the wrong profile.
Peace, love and keyboards.

Offline dan002

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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #148 on: Wed, 14 October 2015, 13:21:43 »
All the photos are of vintage cherry boards. Here's my 2015:
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What keys are those? and, it appears that -_ and =+ are inverted, aren't they?

Hey, those are DSA Sublimated:
1x standard base (white)
1x standard modifyer (gray)
1x numpad (white)

Thanks for the feedback, time to get out the key puller!
Peace, love and keyboards.

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Re: Post your Cherry Corp keyboards
« Reply #149 on: Wed, 14 October 2015, 18:57:15 »
removed.
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