The Sanwa OBSCS-30-C SILENT arcade button is a similar button to the Sanwa OBSC-30-C but has a special rubber disc insert inside the body of the button, which significantly reduces the “clicking” sound when pressed.
The name of this product is SILENT but for those customers expecting them to be silent with no noise at all, this is not true. Compared to the standard OBSC-30-C Sanwa buttons, these are quieter when pressed, as the foam insert helps to reduce some of the clicking noise when pressed, but they are not totally silent. Sanwa call this product silent but this is not strictly true as you will always hear some slight noise when pressed, which is to be expected.
The Sanwa OBSCS-30-C SILENT BUTTON is a 30mm snap-in style translucent arcade button that has a built-in SW-68 microswitch with 2.8mm terminals. This button is usually used as an action button on fight sticks.
The lens cap on this button can be removed, which is handy if you want to place artwork underneath - Ideal for fight stick modding. The OBSCS-30-C is available in a choice of cool looking translucent colours.
These high quality arcade buttons are imported direct from Sanwa Denshi Co in Japan and are a perfect choice for fight stick modding. This button is ideally suited for mounting in metal control panels, with a thickness of up to 3.7mm maximum and mount in a 30mm mounting hole. Each button has a plastic clipper on either side that locks into place when mounted on a metal control panel or fight stick.
Sanwa buttons are without doubt one of the best arcade buttons on the market and with the addition of the rubber disc insert inside the body of the button, they just got a whole lot better. The rubber disc insert cushions the impact of the plunger on the base of the button greatly, reducing the clicking sound significantly.
If you like to play your games late into the night but always get complaints from your family about your button mashing, install the OBSCS-30-C buttons and make fighting a touch quieter.
* Cool translucent finish
* Rubber disc insert to significantly reduce clicking sound
* Choice of vibrant colours
* Lens cap can be removed for adding artwork
* High quality
* Sanwa branded
Mounting hole diameter: 30mm ± 0.1
Mounting plate thickness: 2-4mm MAX
Microswitch built in: SW-68
This button requires 2.8mm crimped wires for connection.
1 wire for ground connection (CO) and 1 wire for signal connection (NO)
Pre-crimped 2.8mm wires and 2.8mm daisy chain ground harnesses can be ordered here:
10 x 1 Metre Long Insulated 2.8mm Crimped Wires
Insulated Daisy Chain Harness With 32 Crimp Connections
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Thr buttons are indeed silent on clicking, but still made of plastic as well as the ring that surrounds it, so even if the bottom os silent the "sides/surrounding" makes the same noise, which is plastic against plastic... A bit useless
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I bought these to replace Hori RAP4's Hayabusa buttons. These differentce is like night and day. the Hori hayabusa buttons feel cheap and not nearly as responsive.Sanwa buttons are much more responsive and feel alot softer and more accurate.definitely more premium. I recommend these to everyone who still uses the terrible and cheap Hori Hayabusa buttons. super easy replacement and clear colours look awesome.
I bought these to replace the hayabusa's on a Hori RAP as I'm a noisy player and the racket was annoying. These did the trick and feel alot better too.
Bought these because the legend Daigo himself said he needed quiter buttons for tournaments. To be honest... I expected dead silence..but still very happy that my twitch stream can't hear them now! 5stars!!!
great buttons very quiet would purchase again
These were a replacement for hori buttons on my rap4, im new to fightsticks but felt the hori buttons were too loud and squishy so got these and they look cool are alot quieter and feel more solid imo
Brought these recently to start the modding process on my PS3 TE2, Was actually surprised how quiet these were compared to the regular Sanwa buttons, I know they're advertised as "silent" but I thought that realistically they'd just be a tad quieter, but these are MUCH quieter. Excellent quality as you expect from Sanwa. Now just to see if I can make the JLF Silent...