Keyboard Bubble Contact Strip

unknown, compatible

12-note bubble contact strip for keyboards. Note that KBM originally had the ability to differentiate between soft and hard note presses. These new contact strips will always register as a hard press regardless of pressure. If you are looking to salvage bubble strips, many of the keyboards which contain the correct keys (K59U) also contain the correct contact strips which preserve the hard press/soft press feature.

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It is possible that these also will work in a KBM cabinet, but this is unconfirmed at this point.

The red strips may lack a channel for air to pass into the bubble, forming a partial vacuum and leading to slow key rebound. This may be fixed by using a small piece of paper to allow air to flow, but it may be best to stick with the blue bubble strips instead, if available.