Brook Converters Thread

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  • mdd45mdd45 Joined: Posts: 4
    ykd wrote: »
    Does anyone know if the PS2 to PS3/4/PC Adapter will support a PS1 Namco Arcade stick? Recently got one to restore, just need to know if there is any issues with having it work with the adapter, or if I should just throw in an actual Brook PS3/4 PCB.
    Thanks guys!

    My stock ps1 namco arcade stick works great with ps2 to ps3/ps4 adapter.
  • AquasharkAquashark Mekong Delta AirRaid Joined: Posts: 1,546
    edited November 9
    Aquashark wrote: »
    @Brook_Engineer

    here's how it looks on PC:
    - if I connect a wired PS3 gamepad, the lights will turn red on pressing buttons/moving directions: https://i.imgur.com/zuH4bnG.png

    - with the PS360+ stick connected: https://i.imgur.com/d35bMSS.png - if i press buttons/direction, nothing turns red

    one more thing I noticed, the Brook device is recognized as PS4 Wired Gamepad V2.1 in Device Manager, but the controllers attached are listed as PS3 Wired Gamepad V1.9
    could this difference version be an issue?

    that should not be an issue.
    so it can't work with the PS360+ after its update? so it used to work before the update?
    didn't have the chance to use it with other firmware, i bought the Brook converter and updated to latest firmware (v2.2) straight away.

    there was some user earlier in the thread that had a similar problem because support PS360+ was missing by accident from latest firmware version.. can you please check if PS360+ is support in current firmware (v2.2)?
    hello friends, my name is Drago Umeharevich from CrossCounter Balkans
  • Brook_EngineerBrook_Engineer Brook on fire Joined: Posts: 367
    Aquashark wrote: »
    Aquashark wrote: »
    @Brook_Engineer

    here's how it looks on PC:
    - if I connect a wired PS3 gamepad, the lights will turn red on pressing buttons/moving directions: https://i.imgur.com/zuH4bnG.png

    - with the PS360+ stick connected: https://i.imgur.com/d35bMSS.png - if i press buttons/direction, nothing turns red

    one more thing I noticed, the Brook device is recognized as PS4 Wired Gamepad V2.1 in Device Manager, but the controllers attached are listed as PS3 Wired Gamepad V1.9
    could this difference version be an issue?

    that should not be an issue.
    so it can't work with the PS360+ after its update? so it used to work before the update?
    didn't have the chance to use it with other firmware, i bought the Brook converter and updated to latest firmware (v2.2) straight away.

    there was some user earlier in the thread that had a similar problem because support PS360+ was missing by accident from latest firmware version.. can you please check if PS360+ is support in current firmware (v2.2)?
    i will check it
  • ZullizZulliz Joined: Posts: 2
    I know the sf4 se stick isnt on the supported list for the ps3-ps4 convertet, has anyone gotten it to work anyway? Cause i at least simply cannot get it working on ps4, unfortunately
  • GOGO.ZippyGOGO.Zippy Joined: Posts: 1,091
    Zulliz wrote: »
    I know the sf4 se stick isnt on the supported list for the ps3-ps4 convertet, has anyone gotten it to work anyway? Cause i at least simply cannot get it working on ps4, unfortunately

    @Zulliz
    Do you try to click controller compatible updated on App or change a usb cable ?
  • ZullizZulliz Joined: Posts: 2
    GOGO.Zippy wrote: »
    Zulliz wrote: »
    I know the sf4 se stick isnt on the supported list for the ps3-ps4 convertet, has anyone gotten it to work anyway? Cause i at least simply cannot get it working on ps4, unfortunately

    @Zulliz
    Do you try to click controller compatible updated on App or change a usb cable ?

    I have checked controller compatibility in the update app when updating. Ive also tried the controller with converter out in my pc, which registers it as a ps4 wired controller and all inputs are working.
  • ShinMagusShinMagus Joined: Posts: 428 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    edited November 17
    So, the package that was pending for the experiment arrived today. :)

    ToToTEK PS2 to SNES Adapter
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    I took out my old SNES from the box where it had been for probably at least 20 years.
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    Experiment successful. The Brook PS3/PS4 to PS2 Super Converter (latest official firmware) even worked in PS2 mode. I could notice a little bit of lag compared to the original SNES controller, but I'm not sure that could be helped. I can guess it's like 2 frames, but I haven't made an actual measurement.
    Magus
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  • HeihachiHeihachi Joined: Posts: 273
    which one has lower lag or which one is better?

    PS3 to PS4(white) or PS3/PS4 to PS4 to PS3(yellow)
  • AquasharkAquashark Mekong Delta AirRaid Joined: Posts: 1,546
    edited November 21
    Aquashark wrote: »
    Aquashark wrote: »
    @Brook_Engineer

    here's how it looks on PC:
    - if I connect a wired PS3 gamepad, the lights will turn red on pressing buttons/moving directions: https://i.imgur.com/zuH4bnG.png

    - with the PS360+ stick connected: https://i.imgur.com/d35bMSS.png - if i press buttons/direction, nothing turns red

    one more thing I noticed, the Brook device is recognized as PS4 Wired Gamepad V2.1 in Device Manager, but the controllers attached are listed as PS3 Wired Gamepad V1.9
    could this difference version be an issue?

    that should not be an issue.
    so it can't work with the PS360+ after its update? so it used to work before the update?
    didn't have the chance to use it with other firmware, i bought the Brook converter and updated to latest firmware (v2.2) straight away.

    there was some user earlier in the thread that had a similar problem because support PS360+ was missing by accident from latest firmware version.. can you please check if PS360+ is support in current firmware (v2.2)?
    i will check it
    any results you could share?
    hello friends, my name is Drago Umeharevich from CrossCounter Balkans
  • GOGO.ZippyGOGO.Zippy Joined: Posts: 1,091
    Aquashark wrote: »
    Aquashark wrote: »
    Aquashark wrote: »
    @Brook_Engineer

    here's how it looks on PC:
    - if I connect a wired PS3 gamepad, the lights will turn red on pressing buttons/moving directions: https://i.imgur.com/zuH4bnG.png

    - with the PS360+ stick connected: https://i.imgur.com/d35bMSS.png - if i press buttons/direction, nothing turns red

    one more thing I noticed, the Brook device is recognized as PS4 Wired Gamepad V2.1 in Device Manager, but the controllers attached are listed as PS3 Wired Gamepad V1.9
    could this difference version be an issue?

    that should not be an issue.
    so it can't work with the PS360+ after its update? so it used to work before the update?
    didn't have the chance to use it with other firmware, i bought the Brook converter and updated to latest firmware (v2.2) straight away.

    there was some user earlier in the thread that had a similar problem because support PS360+ was missing by accident from latest firmware version.. can you please check if PS360+ is support in current firmware (v2.2)?
    i will check it
    any results you could share?

    @Aquashark
    I updated latest version into white converter (PS3 to PS4) from Brook website and tested with PS360+ on PC. They are working well in game control panel.
    Please click controller updated icon on app to try again
  • GOGO.ZippyGOGO.Zippy Joined: Posts: 1,091
    GOGO.Zippy wrote: »
    @SephirothRK
    It's easy to do on PS4/PS3 to PS2 converter.
    So I wait for update? Do you need any information?
    Release new version to support PS4 Taiko drum on PS2

    http://www.brookaccessory.com/download/PS2/
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