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Re: Finding The Keyboard With Least Mechanical Noise...
MacMacMac #2841691 04/23/19 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by MacMacMac
Try this. It's noise-cancelling.
It's a SCIF.
It's ideal !
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LOL.

By the way, during the few times I have been in a courtroom and have heard the judge use the cone of silence, I wanted to run for the door.

Re: Finding The Keyboard With Least Mechanical Noise...
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Originally Posted by nicknameTaken
The CP88 feels way heavier in touch than the P-515

Really? I thought the touch on the P515 is quite heavy already.

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iPractiseEveryday #2842099 04/24/19 10:25 PM
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Someone was asking about the black key *thunk* on the MP11SE so I posted a video here

Re: Finding The Keyboard With Least Mechanical Noise...
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Originally Posted by nicknameTaken
The CP88 feels way heavier in touch than the P-515

Really? I thought the touch on the P515 is quite heavy already.


No, it's definitely on the lighter end of the scale when it comes to DPs with "realistic" keyboard actions. It's much lighter than the CLP-675 or 685, for example.


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Cheshire Chris #2842241 04/25/19 08:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Cheshire Chris

No, it's definitely on the lighter end of the scale when it comes to DPs with "realistic" keyboard actions. It's much lighter than the CLP-675 or 685, for example.

Well, TBF the GrandTouch action is generally regarded to be *unnaturally* heavy. So nearly everything is on the lighter end in comparison!


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