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Plug and Play vs. DIY electronics. 2 weeks 2 days ago #84083

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I cant seem to decide on saber electronics. Im quite proficient with a soldering iron as I work on electric guitars quite frequently, so DIY wouldn't be too much of a hassle, however, Ive been eying the Plug and Play electronics quite a bit for the ease of use and easy replacements and don't know which to choose. Any pros and cons of one or both? Also, Im going for a saber with sound. Preferably the Veteran USA
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Plug and Play vs. DIY electronics. 2 weeks 2 days ago #84085

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I love plug n play since I’m not good at the soldering
You could always do your own but use the quick connects.
SaberForge uses Micro Dean connectors for the LED
and Micro JST for the switch and the charge port
The old Champion 2.0 came with the charge port as part of the kit...so I’m pretty sure the 2.5 will also have it as part of the kit.
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