Can anyone duel mod a standard ps3 controller for 360?


#1

Can anyone duel mod a standard ps3 controller for 360?


#2

Are you in Japan?


#3

So cal - near LACC


#4

Thinking about ways that mod could work, it is somewhere between difficult and impossible. If anybody could do it try looking for Gummowned in the trading outlet.


#5

That is hard to do man.
I don’t think anyone has done yet.

Go check out Gummowned.


#6

I’ll check with Gummowned - thanks for the helps.


#7

whats the purpose of dual modding a ps3 controller when they have cheap lag free ps2 converters? Not trying to shit on your topic, but maybe i’m missing something.


#8

I’m just really close to this particular controller


#9

figured.


#10

If gummowned say he can’t do it, then you may try to commision ben heckendorn, but I don’t see this happening unless you are willing to pay him more than $200.


#11

Thanks, as long as it works…


#12

Ben Heck is so crazy with modifications.

Wow, you would spend more than $200 to have a working?


#13

Hmm, perhaps a project I may try in the future. For now, yeah ben heck is probably your best bet but he’s hella expensive.


#14

I’ve bought sticks for the same price before. MAS sticks were 200+, I wouldn’t mind paying… as long as it works, wireless.


#15

Yes, I buy expensive things too.
I just bought one Ball Top for $100.
I just bought Buttons at $12 for each.

I want to see your Controller if Ben Heck does it for you.


#16

Coolio - I’ll post it.


#17

I think you’re overly optimisitic. :slight_smile: Just fitting one inside a DS3 case would be maddening, much less the additional work getting it wired up. I can’t even imagine the work involved. Replacing the innards with a 360 board? Sure, been done. But dual modding a SIXAXIS/DS3 with a wireless 360 pad? Months of work IMHO.

OP:
buy a Xconverter Pro and deal with the lack of wireless on 360: $30
Forget dualmodding and hack RDC do an innard swap so you have a DS3 controller with 360 innards: $400 IIRC, easily could be more
Dual modding a single double wireless pad? Nuh-uh. It’d have to be in the thousands.


#18

I was thinking along the lines of using 30 gauge wire on the output pins and a db-25 to a project box, containing leoboard and 360 pcb as opposed to fitting it all in a Dualshock 3.


#19

Yeah, seems like a lot of work and the small space can be the biggest issue. Well if anyone figures it out, I’m in the market.


#20

The only things I can think of is 1) what rtdzign just said. 2) Gut the sixaxis pcb out and fit a 360 TE pcb inside.