Mad Catz TE/SE to wireless?


#1

I apologize in advance if this has been asked (I’m sure it has) but I couldn’t find it here.

Did someone mod the Mad Catz TE/SE to be wireless with all turbo and guide buttons working? Is there a guide that explain this?


#2

I have asked asked around and it sounds like you will lose all the functions
of the madcatz pcb if you go with another pcb. I am currently modding my
TE to be wireless using the sixaxisadapter board. I really don’t use turbos
anyway. To me the trade off is worth it. Plus now I can play BC games on
my PS3. And turn my system on/off wirelessly. You can’t even turn on
your PS3 with the TE wired to it. You can also keep your charging cable in
the cord compartment. :lovin:


#3

That would be sweet :smiley:

But why cant you have the Turbo function as well?


#4

But why would you want the turbo function? :wink:


#5

I’d like all features to be intact, especially the Xbox 360 guide button lights.


#6

this sounds interesting, no wire for family members to trip over. post a tutorial when you finish.

edit: nvm i foundeded it a duh


#7

Because the turbo function is on the PCBoard that you would be replacing, and is not on the wireless PCB

key word is “Replacing”

Imagine if you ripped out the 4 cyl Engine in your economy car,and replaced it with a v8 monster engine to increase the speed/horsepower of your car.

would you ask “Why Can’t i have 35MPG anymore?” in that scenario?

:chat:


#8

I get your point, but I think the turbo has a separate board:wink:


#9

That sounds like an awesome Idea Jayducky but I think I’m gonna hold out for another BC firmware so I can keep the Dpad or Analog Stick switch working.


#10

And that connects to the main PCB, which will be replaced.


#11

If it’s wireless wouldn’t you have to add batteries?


#12

Thats correct.

On another note, I just thought of an idea that might work (need confimration from the tech savi)

What if I added another wireless PCB and connect it to the Mad Catz PCB? will this work?


#13

No…