Valaris, post: 2813965 wrote:
By the way, the HAIS is compatible with non-dualshock ps1 controllers.
Kyle, post: 2813938 wrote:
If I can save someone $90 from buying that godawful thing then I've done well.
DoughBoy, post: 2813968 wrote:
Anyone tried this out yet? I can't tell who makes it, but someone on slickdeals posted the link. S/he also claimed that it worked fine on his PS3, in addition to PC. For $5.90 + free shipping, I almost wanted to pick 5 up and ask questions later. Almost. Thought I'd ask for an opinion here first.
Gunstar Hero, post: 2813961 wrote:
Sony Dual Shock - No issues
maduhbee, post: 2813971 wrote:
Are there any other pretty decent converters that can do PSX digital? I'm keeping a TAC and returning the other, just because One PCB was constructed with a Dual Shock, the other was a PSX Digital (Rev. A I think...)
VPT, post: 2813967 wrote:
I'd be interested to know your updated findings on the PS2->360 converters whenever you end up doing your tests.
A single Pot buster does 45% damage on Chipp with full life.
Darth Chang, post: 2813975 wrote:
Sorry to bother you guys, got a lag question, kinda new to adapters. I'm still testing my logic3 adapter with a bunch of friends. Can't say I notice any lag offline, with a ps1 Hori or Namco stick, (most fadc combo's work nicely in training) the problem is when I take it online. For some reason, I whiffed a lot of moves (backthrow-ultra whiffed 5 times) when the connection seemed fine. Is it possible to notice stick lag during online only? I'd imagine I'd notice it during offline, too.
Gunstar Hero, post: 2813976 wrote:
I don't THINK there would be an issue, but timing is so much more critical in a player match than a cpu match maybe you were feeling some lag?
Kyle, post: 2813909 wrote:
I've seen three or four posts saying that it did not work. It's possible they all had the green pcb. Hopefully someone can confirm this.
maduhbee, post: 2813981 wrote:
does a PS3 > Xbox 360 converter exist yet?
Truckasaurus, post: 2813978 wrote:
I got 2 yellow PCB SFAC sticks that I used the inpin converter on and it worked fine for me. Maybe we can get another confirmation from some more yellow PCB SFAC stick users with the inpin.
JeremyXGaming, post: 2813986 wrote:
Has anyone tested this model of HAIS adapter?
Kyle, post: 2813996 wrote:
Thanks for the update. The TAC converter doesn't need any more strikes against it. Is there anything labeled on it so that you could provide the working configuration?
Lonestar, post: 2814002 wrote:
So are those PSX to PS3 converters lagless? I have a Super Dual Box (one of the triangle shaped 2 port converters) and also some generic translucent green Chinese converter and both are slightly laggy with the PS3. Neither of these converters lag with my PC though. I would say both converters lag about 3-4 frames.
What is the best non-laggy PSX converter for PS3 that any of you guys recommend?
FunkyF, post: 2814007 wrote:
Since the original xbox controllers were usb spec with a funny end, anyone try using a female usb to xbox converter? I was considering getting one of these, but wanted to know if someone tested this with one of their controllers.
Twinniss, post: 2814009 wrote:
you just need to grab XBCD drivers, people found out long ago that xbox used usb connectors so some people just spliced their port and added in a real usb thing. From there people made drivers
here ya go
XBCD 0.2.6 http://redcl0ud.1.forumer.com/index....opic=1816&st=0
Kyle, post: 2814008 wrote:
You will need to run Xbox Linux or a homebrew application for that to work. It won't natively take USB input like that as best I'm aware.
vicious22, post: 2814010 wrote:
hey doublefanboy, who got that adapter to work with SFAC green pcb 8V??
This thread needs a renewed bump given the popularity of this stick for US players. (Sticky perhaps?)
My Anniversary stick is the older version with the green PCB and a "haired" Zangief on the artwork. I am looking forward to mod it to the same spec that ArcadeStickMonk had -- many thanks to you for the easy-to-follow guide.
Regarding a converter for this stick to make it operable for the PS3, I found one that worked for me off ebay. **Note that it works for my stick, which has the 'older' green PCB. If you have the "newer" revision of the stick with the yellow PCB and the no hair Zangief, YMMV**
Here is a link to the ebayer for reference in case you are looking for one:
Confirmed games with this adapter: SF II HD and SF4
(oh yea..my first post :P )
Adroc, post: 2814013 wrote:
As doublefanboy stated, the converter that I got is a generic one with no brand name -- I do not know whether it is the model 538, but this converter has 2 PS2 connectors to 1 USB interface, as shown in the picture if you click on the ebay link.