Mayflash Wii Classic Controller to PC USB Adapter


#1

http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-6m-49-en-70-3nu3.html


Problem with TvC Fight Stick + Wii Classic Controller to USB on PS3
Will this combination work: Mayflash wii to usb + TvC stick + ps3 = winrar?
#2

better question will this work on PS3?


#3

has anyone heard anything about this yet?

is it worth the $$???


#4

Yeah, I’m curious about it too. Would be perfect if it works well.


#5

I also would like to know if it’ll work with PS3.

My Wii sticks are much more preferable to my non-modded Mayflash stick, so if this converter does work on PS3, I see a dream product on our hands here.


#6

I have this adapter. Works great on PC. I had problems with it until I installed the drivers on the included disc though. I have no idea if it works on PS3.


#7

Is there any delay on PC?


#8

Did anybody ever find out if this allows the TvC stick to be used on the PS3 for SF4?


#9

IT WORKS!

Here’s the thing - L & R are ANALOG switches, the system won’t recognize 'em. So you have to switch the leads from zL & zR with L & R.

Original:

D D A D
D D A D

After lead swap:

D D D A
D D D A


#10

What about the Hori Wii Stick? It should be fine, right?


#11

This is slightly confusing, does it mean that L & R on the Classic Controller don’t work on the PS3? Or does it mean that L & R, which should be analog, on any Wii stick (TVC, FS Wii) won’t work as well?


#12

From what I’m getting, either the L and R triggers don’t work or lag. I’m just wondering how the Hori one works. MY KINGDOM FOR AN ANSWER!


#13

Should work the same as the CC and TvC stick.


#14

But… I can’t switch the buttons around on that… ;_; They’re soldered to the PBC…


#15

So, I’m assuming this will allow me to use any of my Wii sticks on my PS3. I just bought one of these adapters, so I hope it works as described!


#16

You know what they say, when the going get’s tough, the tough get modding! (this, coming from someone who buys sticks with modding them in mind).


#17

I’m 99% sure that L & R on ANY Wii controller (stick or otherwise) hooked up to a PS3 via Mayflash adapter will not work. That’s why I swapped the leads from zL & zR with L & R to make it look like this: **

D D D A
D D D A**

Hopefully that’s not confusing and actually helps!


#18

Oh man this is just great. Im personally a wii classic controller fan and i think its up to par with sony PS2 DS or with the new Wii classic pro on the way.

http://kenop.com/commerce/images/classic_pro_photo.jpg

http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3175389

Damn the wii may become competent for some fighter after all. ( Like their d-pad more than sony’s)


#19

On the PC it turns out that if you press home+L or home+R button you can change the “mode” of the directions, L, and R.

For instance, while by default, the Mayflash is set to “Mode 1”:
L and R is set to “s0 positive” and “s1 positive” (I assume these are analog) and the d-pad is set to “POV hat <direction>” (or something like that).

If you press home+R, then it changes to “Mode 2”:
L is set to “Button 4” and R is “Button 5”, just like all the other buttons (ABXY). The d-pad is set to buttons as well, i.e. “Button 10” for up, “Button 11” for down, etc.

If you press it again, it goes to “Mode 3”:
L and R are the same as in Mode 2, but the d-pad… is kind of weird. It only registers Up and Right for me, and I think it’s done via analog signals.

Press it again, and it cycles back to Mode 1. Long story short, if you press home+R or home+L (which just cycles in the other direction of home+R), you can set it so that every input is digital (by getting it to Mode 2).

Of course, I say all this having done it only with a Hori stick, and only on the PC. Throw a TvC stick or PS3 into the equation, and I can’t say for sure how things would change.

Edit: This post is in response to TwoThirtyEight’s comment that L and R wouldn’t work because they’re analog.


#20

this certainly is good news, as i had just placed an order for it. can’t wait to use my hori stick on my PC!!