Do Cherry MX Blues sound good?

Conclusion. Cherry MX Blues are absolutely fine for typing. While they lack the precise click of Kailh Box switches and are quite loud, all put together, I really enjoy them. If you’re looking for a no-thrills mechanical keyboard switch for typing, this is it.

Is Cherry MX Blue noisy?

Red switches are super smooth and are relatively quiet, while Blue switches have a bump and are very loud.

Are Cherry MX Blue switches good?

Despite their popularity, blue switches are not ideal for gaming. The strong tactile bump on each keystroke can prevent you from pressing keys in rapid succession and results in less control in-game. The loud clicky noises can also be distracting when chatting with your teammates.

Why Cherry MX Blue is the best?

CHERRY MX Blue and CHERRY MX Blue RGB switches are click-style switches that provide much more substantial audible and tactile feedback with each keypress. Click-style keyswitches tend to have higher reset positions and require greater actuation force, so they may perform a bit slower in rapid-tap situations.

Which Cherry switch is the quietest?

Cherry MX Brown switches are tactile and quiet. Excellent for office use. These are a preferred choice for developers, writers, and anyone who works long hours in front of the computer.

Why Blue switches are the best?

Blue switches are so-called clicky switches. With blue switches, you’ll hear a click when a keystroke is registered. This comes in handy for typing, programming, and playing strategy games. Since you feel exactly when you register a key, you don’t have to press the key all the way.

Which switch is the quietest?

Our first pick is the Healios, a silent linear switch made by ZealPC. his is the quietest linear switch available on the market, and an excellent option for those who want to keep their typing sounds low.

Are Blue switches too loud?

Blues will be loud, and it is quite possible that they will hear you type, especially if you press keys hard like I do. If you get blues and an aluminum keyboard, it will be quite, QUITE loud. If you need the tactile feel, but don’t want the noise, try to go for a keyboard with Cherry MX Browns.

How can I make my blue switch sound better?

Let’s jump into our list.

  1. Use a Desk Mat. Using a desk mat underneath your keyboard is one of the easiest ways to reduce the sound of your keyboard.
  2. Add Foam Inside Keyboard.
  3. Install Rubber O-Rings.
  4. Mod Your Stabilizers (Band-Aid, Clip, and Lube)
  5. Lube Your Switches.
  6. Replace Your Switches.

Which Cherry keys are quietest?

Cherry MX Reds are relatively quiet, more-so than the tactile and clickys such as the Brown or Blue.

Which Cherry MX is silent?

Cherry MX Reds
Cherry MX Reds are relatively quiet, more-so than the tactile and clickys such as the Brown or Blue.