What console version of the pro do you have? If you plan on playing on only PS3 and 360 then if you have the 360 version just use a cerberus by phreakmods. It’s a solderless solution and is pretty much noob proof as it is when doing the basic install.
PS360+ Dual mods are quite simple yet so many people manage to get it wrong on the first try. Will this be your first mod you attempt? I really don’t want to type out a basic install post only to have to consistently follow up what everything is, where everything should go, etc.
I am interested in a soldering setup. After some major issues with Foehammer quality control I’ve decided to go back to my original plan and build my own stick. Especially now that FA has that Crossbone kit which makes adding in XB1 support a lot easier. I’d also like to have a setup that allows me to tinker with a lot more things as well. What I’d like to know is recommendations on specific things I’d need for the crossbone/ps360+ build and then any extra general items that would be useful for future projects.
Recommendations for soldering iron brand, tips needed for it, specific brand/types solder, multimeter model, any clamps/station/other items. Basically, anything you can think of for a fairly comprehensive setup. I’ve Googled some setups and from that I can make some good guesses but I’d like an opinion from the guys who work on this stuff all the time.
Also, any items that could help me practice would also be helpful as well. I’ve soldered before in the past but nothing too terribly hard and I’d rather get pretty good on something that doesn’t matter before I start messing with some small/delicate components. I don’t have much in the way of broken electronics in the house to mess with since I recently moved and got rid of all of it or I’d just use that.
i remember the pdp ps3 pad only having about 2 or 3 signal points different from the xbox 360 pdp pad, i think they were the last two face buttons but i don’t have it now to refer to. connect a wire to one of the ground contacts and test the signal points while its plugged into a computer. the pdp pads ARE common ground but use higher voltages for the signals, you won’t be able to piggyback it onto another pcb for a dual-mod
Most of that is right except “use higher voltages for the signals”.
It is not that the board uses higher voltages, it is the board uses LOGIC High. Both PDP and other boards use the exact same voltages.
Traditionally most Common ground PCBs uses Logic Low, when you press a button, you connect the line to ground and the voltage drops.
its that voltage drop the encoder chip is looking for. Voltage goes from 4 volts to near zero on the signal line.
Think of it as the voltage levels works in backwards for the PDP controller.
On the PDP fight pad, you press a button and voltage goes up on the line.
Logic High and Logic low is how the “analog” buttons on the PS2, PS3 and PS4 controllers work.
After completing building my fighting stick, it isn’t working for some reason. The instant the ps360+ is plugged into a computer/console, the D1 and D4 LEDs flash together once and it fails to be recognized. Based on this info, does anyone know what’s wrong? (If more info is needed, just ask)