Phreakazoid, post: 7225832, member: 7461 wrote:
Yep, had to pick one and run with it this time. Again, not opposed to swapping (would actually prefer that) if you can find a modder to do the soldering for you. I'd like to see you on the latest hardware for sure. The board doesn't have to be cut down for that either, it's just one option.
zeththedarkmage, post: 7236926, member: 7881 wrote:
What exactly needs to be soldered on the board? I know someone who could do the soldering for me. Or if it isn't too difficult I could pick up an iron and do it myself.
Grr, post: 7256663, member: 68161 wrote:
Since this isn't compatible with the original SF4 round 1 TE and the TEasy is no longer in production would I be correct in assuming the go-to solderless mod would be the Kitty? Just looking for the simplest possible dual-mod for my stick (only really need 360/PS3/PC compatibility) :)
kevaughan, post: 7261598, member: 24750 wrote:
This would work fine with the SE sticks right? They have such similarities to the TE sticks.
Phreakazoid, post: 7261677, member: 7461 wrote:
Sadly no, not without soldering. The PCB is differently measured than the new ones.
I may come up with a way to interface to the older PCBs with an adapter or something, just can't do it right now.
ninja v, post: 7266621, member: 16874 wrote:
looks good - and simple (^_^) just how i like it. i didn't see a price...?
mr.mortified, post: 7266772, member: 18457 wrote:
is it up on the store yet or can i email you for a few?
Private Eyeball, post: 7264908, member: 21139 wrote:
I definitely see myself using this when I ever around to dual-modding my stick. Too bad I'm scared to death over the thought of cutting the cord. >_>
Phreakazoid, post: 7271615, member: 7461 wrote:
Yeah that's the scariest part for some, but the good news is it's really hard to screw up the cutting because I'm telling the user to leave about 6" attached to the 360 PCB. Tons of room for error.
Phreakazoid, post: 7271615, member: 7461 wrote:
Not yet, I don't want to do any pre-orders since it really wouldn't do anything except add pressure. They're supposed to be in my hands early next week, once I've tested a couple to my liking I'll put the ability to order up on the store. After that I'll work to get the rest finished/tested and start shipping end of the week
Phreakazoid, post: 7287187, member: 7461 wrote:
Also, the purple came out more as a maroon'ish. Not terribly psyched about it.
Jelloman581, post: 7233125, member: 24777 wrote:
Too bad it covers that pretty white PCB from the EVO stick, but I'll be watching out for this one. 3 sticks waiting to be modded and no time to do it!
hadoken_, post: 7292983, member: 52259 wrote:
I'm interested in purchasing the cerberus for my fight stick pro.
When will the cerberus be available for purchase?
What is the eta and cost for shipping to Canada?
Phreakazoid, post: 7293110, member: 7461 wrote:
It's available now on my website, just put it up last night.
For Canada, shipping is $13, it usually takes 2 weeks to get there since Canada Mail takes forever. I'll likely start shipping any new orders on Friday.
mr.mortified, post: 7294262, member: 18457 wrote:
Can you ship it faster than flat rate to canada? I kinda want a few fast. I have to email for the no solder units right?
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twotone8, post: 7295655, member: 67217 wrote:
so. I have a MC Soul Calibur V edition TE-S, and have been wondering which would be my better option for dual modding, the TEKitty, or this one. Let me see if I have my facts straight.
TE-Kitty: Compatible with retro consoles, slightly more difficult to install.
Cerberus: Only works with PS3/PC/360, and the installation involves less messing with the usb wire. $10 cheaper.
Am I mistaken in anything?
edit: I have no soldering experience whatsoever, and am terrified of breaking this thing.
PaperTigre, post: 7295730, member: 14013 wrote:
Looking at grabbing one of these soon... I do have a Teasy strike that kept losing its firmware, and I kept having to reflash (I recall sending it back to you at one point). I got bored of having the pcb sitting around here after one of the signals stopped working on it and dug around the pcb some, I take it this opts me out of any replacement/discount :p
I recall you mentioning switching from the Dualstrike firmware to your own, correct? This should iron out all of the unfortunate issues that we had with the Teasystrike, right?
Also, do you have any plans to make the usb device name user editable, ala the Kitty?
Phreakazoid, post: 7296254, member: 7461 wrote:
As I said before, I have no problems sending you a Cerberus to replace the TEasy you originally had, but remember that this won't fit older sticks and if it does fit your stick you'd need to re-attach the USB cable to the 360 PCB.
Barring that, no I have no issues replacing it with the new board since I really hated seeing those old problems.
As for the USB device name editing? No immediate plans but if there's serious interest I could look into it.
Gummo, post: 7305807, member: 11752 wrote:
lots and lots of dremeling to come...
RosserRooster, post: 7306498, member: 11104 wrote:
You know you could use some snips instead of using a dremel all the damn time...just messin but you could you know!
RosserRooster, post: 7306552, member: 11104 wrote:
shear's/snips some hardcore scissors basically much less fiberglass dust
mr.mortified, post: 7308930, member: 18457 wrote:
wait phreak, I just realized, if people are going to use this on their evo sticks, won't the layout be changed because its the MS layout instead of the SF layout?
RosserRooster, post: 7309203, member: 11104 wrote:
The SC and Blaz stick have MS as well so it should be a non issue. Another thing also most may want to cut the pcb down to mini size in the first place to install in the evo stick, so you don't have to modify the case. It may look weird/bad since the Evo stick is translucent.I have some ideas that may work without cutting but I can't say for sure without seeing the Cerberus in person.
twotone8, post: 7309357, member: 67217 wrote:
I don't think the MC soul calibur sticks use the exact Microsoft layout, but I could be mistaken.
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mr.mortified, post: 7309372, member: 18457 wrote:
of course i'm going to be cutting the board into tiny little pieces but for those who are installing that aren't so modding inept
RosserRooster, post: 7309465, member: 11104 wrote:
Yeah You're right the layout is different but it really does not mater since all the pcb connections are the same
Sam Handwich, post: 7310513, member: 71111 wrote:
For install in a PRO stick, what exactly do you mean by adhesive anchors?