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Durock Tactile Switches - Burgundy


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$5.50 / 10 switches
€4.76 / 10 switches
£4.12 / 10 switches

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<p>Can't forget about the tactile gang! Don't have much options, but the burgundy and Smokey T1s have different levels of tactility, which means different feeling and sound profile. </p> <p>"If I had to describe the burgundy switches, then tactility wise, they would be between the browns and dragonfruits. Sound-wise, it's closer to the dragonfruits, but feel wise, it's closer to the browns. I do recommend lubing the switches, as the stock doesn't do the switch justice."</p> <p>"As for the T1s... there are many T1 recolors out there. But of course, you cannot compare the POM T1s with the regular T1s, because different material used, which means the sound profile changes entirely. Deeper sound profile than the POM cousins."</p> <p><strong>In terms of higher tactility: Burgundy &lt; T1</strong></p> <p>- Konata</p> <p>Featuring Durock's famous material lineup: Top Housing as PC, Bottom Housing as Nylon, Stem as POM, Gold-plated spring, pre-lubing</p> <h4>Durock Burgundy</h4> <ul> <li>4mm Distance Travel</li> <li>5-pins</li> <li>67g Bottom-out</li> </ul> <h4>Durock Smokey T1</h4> <ul> <li>4mm Distance Travel</li> <li>5-pins</li> <li>67g Bottom-out</li> </ul> <h3><span style="color: #ff2a00;"> Sound Test by Zanekeyworks (Burgundy) </span></h3> <p><iframe width="1280" height="720" src="" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen=""></iframe></p> <h3><span style="color: #ff2a00;">Sound Test by JaeyouPark (T1)</span></h3> <p> <iframe title="YouTube video player" src="" height="720" width="1280" allowfullscreen="" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" frameborder="0"></iframe></p> <p data-mce-fragment="1"> </p> <p data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">Here is a guide on how many switches you'll need for different keyboard sizes (The guide is a reference, but some keyboards market a certain layout even though they require a few more or fewer switches. Always order a few more if you're unsure):</strong></span></p> <ul data-mce-fragment="1"> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">120 - full size</strong></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">92 - TKL</strong></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><b data-mce-fragment="1">80 - 75%</b></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">70 - 65%</strong></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">65 - 60%</strong></span></li> <li data-mce-fragment="1"><span style="color: #2b00ff;"><strong data-mce-fragment="1">45 - 40%</strong></span></li> </ul> <p> </p> <p><span style="color: #ff8000;"><strong>Selling in quantities of 1</strong></span></p>