So, I’ve got a couple of questions, I hope it’s not poor form to discuss them both in the same post
I recently modded my Madcatz SF4 SE stick with a TE Kitty/RJ45 from Godlike Controls (much thanks!). After installation, the controller works first try with my ps3, but after making a few cables I ran into trouble. The dreamcast cable I made worked, first try. The snes and gamecube cables I made both failed to work, but exhibited similar issues. When testing both non-working cables, I found that there was continuity through each connection, and that the plugs were correctly wired per the instructions in the users guide. Furthermore, when properly connected to a snes, the lights numbered 2 & 3 around the home button light on startup and pressing the buttons lights the leds as normal. None of the inputs work within the game, though. I tried connecting it to my Retron 5, and the exact same issues persisted. When I tried connecting the gamecube cable to my wii, I had the same thing happen. Buttons light on the stick, but the wii didn’t recognize the controller. I’m sure that the TE Kitty is working well, as I’ve been playing ps3 and dreamcast titles without any issue. It seems to me that there might be a simple fix to this. Anybody know the solution?
My second question is regarding the Madcatz TvC fightstick. I’m so happy with the mod on my 360 stick, I’d like to accomplish the same functions (barring the cord issues) on this second stick. Is it possible to mod my TvC with a MC Cthulhu/RJ45 to accomplish this? Does anyone know of any special considerations there are for this specific mod? I did have to remove plastic and create my own mount for the previous mod, so that sort of thing is no issue. I would like to know if this requires any direct soldering or special connections. The SF4 stick was my first mod (fun!), so I’m not extremely well versed on the subject yet. I am fearless, though :), so I’d like to give it a shot.
Thanks again to Godlike Controls for the amazing kit! Any and all help is appreciated from the forum! Thank You