PS1/PS2 MAS joystick with DC support/compatibility or use a PS1/PS2-TO-DC converter?


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PS1/ps2 MAS joystick with DC support/compatibility or use a PS-TO-DC converter?

I’m thinking about ordering a PS1/PS2 MAS joystick from MASSYSTEMS but i’m not sure if i should pay 35$ more to get DC support or just use a PS-TO-DC converter.
Which works best? I’m trying to avoid lag and mapping problems
I’ve heard rumors about multi-system support causing the start button to go off on its own
has this problem been corrected?

Any help will be much appreciated


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I’ve heard that having this for PS only makes it compatible with almost all converters. But, that’s only true when U buy one without p360 stick. If you buy one with it, they put inside the same PCB that they use with mutlisystem stick and I know that none of ps-xbox converters works with it then (only the one they are selling, but it’s crappy as hell) :confused: But still, dc-ps are more compatible with 3rd party pcb’s so I can’t tell if it will work or not. I have my p360 mas and I will check it with some converters soon, so I’ll give I nfo about it as soon as I can.