Will production stop on the current board? I do like the current form factor of the current board for more discrete installs in fightpads and such
Hey everyone just got word that Brook is aiming for a tentative March 2017 release date they’ve already made some tweaks based on our feedback.
keep in mind that the price point will be different too based on console compatibility.
I am ok paying whatever like $199CAD, but I would really like to see all console coverage.
The first post clearly states that your wish will not be granted with this board. If you want all bases covered, you’re going to need to put a combo of a Brook UFB and something like an MC Cthulhu in your stick.
Hey everyone. New revision of the Fightboard with Sound based off the feedback from the prototype shown above.
@jonyfraze - Do you know when will this be available?
I need some of them for a couple of projects I’m working on.
Has there been any demand for doing the same thing for an X360/Xbone only PCB? I know a couple of people that would be interested in those as well.
Shit and I just had a case made for me. I’m gonna wish I had another Neutrik.
That Neutrik breakout looks sick! Would love it if they could do a USB B output instead of a micro USB B though since using the same cable for USB neutrik would seem easier than using an extra long micro USB or having an adapter.
It’s time they announced pricing on this thing. Would be nice if they had an sku without the breakout to cut cost.
@PinoyPryde I agree - im worried about the durability of the micro USB connector as well. Keep in mind that you can still patch in a standard neutrik pass through as well as the breakout - it would require 2 holes though.
Still no screw terminals for USB d+ & d- ???
I like the idea of the Neutrik style breakout, but the micro USB connector on it is something I think they’re going to regret.
Mmm. I’m gonna use the JST for the USB, and re-use the jack from my madcatz TE.
XBox 360 sticks have another reason for new life again with this pcb since you can connect the audio from the pcb to the existing female 3.5mm audio jacks.
I had too many bad experiences with micro usb … those suckers are like B-Boys … popping off