Using the GD/GN507 as an example, the “mechanical” or “GN” version of the paddle has two pairs of metal contacts which are “closed” by moving the levers. They’re like the contacts on a straight key or most any other paddle or bug. The closing of the contacts also stops the motion of the lever, providing a crisp tactile feedback to the operator. (more…)
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I get asked that question surprisingly often in relation to the “high end” paddles, and while it is ultimately a question that you have to answer for yourself, I’ve come up with some ideas that might help you make up your mind. (more…)
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