5+ on mas PCB ??


#1

where is the 5+ for mas PCBs ?? we got the big mas pcb that mas stick used(not the new smaller chip they use now). Can someone please let me know asap thanks.

I am at remix1213’s house trying fix his mas stick !!


#2

Im not sure myself tho I remember reading somewhere that its the spot labeled on the board"VCC". I assume you have a ps2 version in wich you would just use the 3.3 power wire from the cord.


#3

Hey guys i just finished fixing my stick wit the help of Demise. He sent me a bunch of pics and it helped out alot just incase anyone else needs help wit this the button layout is B = short/a , C = Forward/b , R = right trigger/Roundhouse , Y = jab/x , Z = medium/y and L = left trigger/Fierce. the +5v was the part labeled VCC like Metrock1 mentioned before. The directions for left/down/right/up should be obvious so i dont think i need to explain that. But thats it guys hope my experience helped anyone. Thx again to demise for the pics. If anyone needs them hit me up on AIM…


#4

As per the other thread, invest in a multimeter. Anyone who owns a soldering iron and not a multimeter is playing dangerous games with their equipment.


#5

I live on the edge =p , nah but i appreciate the advice. I’ll get one asap, i didnt think its was needed since i knew wat i was looking for. But if u say to get one anyway i’ll do that.


#6

You can pick one up for less than $20 these days. It’s not like the 80’s where you had to buy some giant Russian-made nuclear Geiger-counter type device that weighed 10KG, was built like a brick shithouse, and cost you a week’s salary.

Multimeters are cheap and damned useful. And with the cost of the cheaper models are an essential purchase for modders and padhackers. I honestly can’t recommend these things any more strongly.


#7

While Multimeters are indeed important, I simply hate them. My hands shake a lot and I have no aptitude for them. Yet I can solder fine.

Still, ya have to have one, so get it already. :slight_smile: