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Old 07-19-2015, 07:37 AM
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Or could it even be a translation error from Japanese to English?

Did the guys at Sanwa originally mean

a) Increase response time = making response time higher = slower ?

or

b) Increased = improved ?

The way I read the manual in the past, it always suggested S being the faster option (so a) it would be the correct interpretation) - but on the other hand I agree: what do "S" and "F" stand for then? There's always that lingering doubt I could never quite shake off. And still can't...

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EDIT: Although I cannot read Japanese, there was something on the Japanese Sanwa site that might still help:


So I guess "S" is the fastest (unless the MX-3X is faster than the M11X or MT-4 ).

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Old 07-19-2015, 07:43 AM
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My point, exactly.


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Old 07-19-2015, 07:51 AM
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Found something on Sanwa's Japanese site though... edited my first post.
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Old 07-19-2015, 08:45 AM
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Interesting !

Now S has to mean "Speed" and "F" probably means ... ahem... What on earth could it stand for ?

Anyway, Vielen Dank Dirk.
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Originally Posted by heretic View Post
Interesting !

Now S has to mean "Speed" and "F" probably means ... ahem... What on earth could it stand for ?

Anyway, Vielen Dank Dirk.
I believe S is for Short and F for Far (which is supposed to be Long). I think the Japs are talking about pulse width here, short means faster and far (intended to be LONG) means slower. Or, Futaba.
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