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Offline Soraie

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1250 on: Thu, 17 May 2018, 09:48:34 »
Just getting into building keyboards, are there any TX75 for sale? Looking to hopefully just do endgame before I dive too far!

Endgame is always the next board you are getting.

The TX75 can be found on reddit.com/r/mechmarket every now and then for ~3-400 USD.

No. I would like this one to be endgame. Or at least I'm hoping so... I said my first build was my last and here I am looking for a new one. And maybe spending over $500 will push me to not replace this one. I'll look out on mechmarket but looking for an unbuilt one.

Offline pr0ximity

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1251 on: Thu, 17 May 2018, 20:52:43 »
Just getting into building keyboards, are there any TX75 for sale? Looking to hopefully just do endgame before I dive too far!

Endgame is always the next board you are getting.

The TX75 can be found on reddit.com/r/mechmarket every now and then for ~3-400 USD.

No. I would like this one to be endgame. Or at least I'm hoping so... I said my first build was my last and here I am looking for a new one. And maybe spending over $500 will push me to not replace this one. I'll look out on mechmarket but looking for an unbuilt one.

I said the same thing when I bought one for about double that, fwiw. That was like 5 boards ago... there's always something you haven't tried.
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Offline kin25

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1252 on: Thu, 19 July 2018, 08:23:06 »

Offline eyedrop

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1253 on: Thu, 19 July 2018, 08:33:15 »
Thanks, kin.  It is finally happening!   :thumb:

Offline Yatin

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1254 on: Sun, 22 July 2018, 23:46:07 »

Offline idlemao

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1255 on: Tue, 24 July 2018, 14:34:45 »
Any word on when the form for the antique will come out? Or if they'll be the standard colors?

Offline Soraie

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1256 on: Tue, 24 July 2018, 14:38:40 »
Tx white keyboards

https://goo.gl/forms/2hkRnjUw7ztLuHbn1
Any chance for white TX75?

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Offline Oblotzky

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1257 on: Tue, 24 July 2018, 16:13:02 »
Any word on when the form for the antique will come out? Or if they'll be the standard colors?

Antique has been postponed and is currently TBD, reason is that failure rate with the manufacturer was too high.

Offline Chimera

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1258 on: Tue, 24 July 2018, 16:40:47 »
Is there any pics of the white boards?

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Offline Oblotzky

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Offline kuhruby

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1260 on: Tue, 28 August 2018, 21:58:43 »
I recently bought a KBD19X from KBDfans that I'm going to build for my SO's birthday, that I think will go nicely with Hana DSA keycaps.  I really, REALLY like that Champagne Gold color that a lot of TX boards have.  I hope it's ok to ask, but I would like to know the specific color and I guess brand of the paint used?  I'm not sure how it works, really.  I play on having the board anodized locally.  If it's possible to disclose that kind of information, I'd be really grateful. Thanks.

Offline onmybikedrunk

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1261 on: Sun, 17 November 2019, 15:13:46 »
Man it's been a while... I'm having an issue with a Leeku CPSQ where the Caps Lock LED is permantly stuck "on" even though the CAPS LOCK deactivates and actuates on screen.  I have tried everything from different firmware versions, remapping, other OS's (Mac and PC) and nothing changes.  I have used this KB for many months without issue.  Both the LED under CAPS LOCK and the status LED are stuck on, so it's not just a single LED that's gone bad or something.  Any help/ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Offline lanyusea

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Re: TX-series keyboards
« Reply #1262 on: Sat, 18 January 2020, 00:32:59 »
any news about the TX60/65 v2?
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