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Project diva homemade controllers

Discussion in 'Tutorial Area - By users for users!' started by nofutur, Jul 20, 2016.

  1. Speaking of springs, does anyone know where to get softer springs for the 100mm and 60mm dome buttons? I purchased my buttons from Adafruit. The sanwa ones were waaaaay too much so I got these instead but they seem hard to press (not sure what weight they are as well)

    https://www.adafruit.com/product/1187
     
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  2. Trust me, the sanwa dome are expensive (not that much if you care how long it lasts) but really the best. Sega used those buttom in their cab.
     
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  3. Oh I know how much better they are. I just dont have $300 to spend on 8 buttons. It wouldn't be so bad if there was a store that sold them in the states. The shipping from japan is redicilous, also I think the store selling them jacks up the price knowing they are the only sellers of these buttons.
     
  4. ...or just go completly insane....
    as for buttons i went noname plus cherry switches...feels great, if you like click like i do. ;)
    might get the original ones some day and upgrade...

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  5. Damn, is that just the generation 1 cab or did you make it?
     

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