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Title: finally : the better lorlins
Post by: ioaudio on April 04, 2008, 03:24:29 PM
i just bought one, and yes -feels better, looks better but is identical to lorlins.

http://www.banzaieffects.com/Rotary-Switch-1x12-Gold-pr-25743.html

 :thumb:
Title: finally : the better lorlins
Post by: [silent:arts] on April 04, 2008, 03:36:29 PM
end-stop programable ?
shorting or non-shorting ?
I'm interested in the better feeling - is it harder, softer ?
should order some and try it out.
Title: finally : the better lorlins
Post by: ioaudio on April 04, 2008, 04:23:16 PM
Quote from: "[silent:arts
"]end-stop programable ?


yes. similar to lorlins, but the ring fit´s a bit tighter so it doesnt fall out while handling without the nut tightened.
Quote from: "[silent:arts
"]shorting or non-shorting ?


i had to try out, because they didnt specify - but they appear non-shorting, break-before-make.

Quote from: "[silent:arts
"]I'm interested in the better feeling - is it harder, softer ?


more precise. did i mention these are gold plated?
not bad for a nylon switch.
Title: finally : the better lorlins
Post by: inputoutput on April 04, 2008, 04:58:24 PM
The 2x6 Lorlins are pyton.  If you 'accidentally' use too much force on them, they easily turn into 1x12
Title: finally : the better lorlins
Post by: flintan on April 04, 2008, 06:10:32 PM
Quote from: "ioaudio"

yes. similar to lorlins, but the ring fit´s a bit tighter so it doesnt fall out while handling without the nut tightened.


Thats also a good thing! Can sometimes be a real ***** to fit them in tight spots without nuts..

Sorry for a bit OT but, have you ever had the switch got stuck after tightening the inner nut maybe a little too hard? And still being after loosening it..