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Old 08-07-2014, 07:42 AM   #16
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A little off topic but in the 1980s I realized that there were no good options to make the brake trigger sensitive to pressure, so the braking force was tied in with distance travel of the trigger forward. Now, many years later, does anyone know if a radio out there ties in brake force to the force (not distance) applied to the trigger at the end of the travel? I know it can be done now because my MIDI keyboard has pressure sensitive keys.
I used to put a piece of foam rubber in front of the trigger loop, works pretty good.
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