TE stick to work for all Systems


#1

I have 4 TE Sticks and I want to mod my one of my Xbox 360 TE Sticks (or have someone do it for me) to work for the following Systems: DC,PS-1,2&3,Original Xbox,Wii & Game Cube.

My Question is what kind of Board will I need to order and if anybody on SRK can make it happen all in less than a week which includes shipping?

(P.S. NO jacked up A** Price’s for Labor)

(P.S.S- Already used the search nothing came up. Also READ my SIG before you try and jump down my throat about being an 09ner.) Ben on SRK a long time:coffee:


#2

The Multi Console Cthulhu board. Unfortunately there is no DC support though and the only Wii support is through the GC port’s on the console

http://www.lizardlick.com/pages/boards.shtml.

It is recommended for PS1/PS2/GC/Xbox 1 support that you solder an ethernet jack to the board and then splice the wires from each respective console to an ethernet cord so it’s removable and you don’t have 5 or 6 wires coming out of the arcade stick


#3

I think I hear the call of the Cthulu


#4

Get a Cthulu and a PS2 to Dreamcast adapter. I know an adapter probably isn’t your ideal situation, but there’s no multiconsole boards that have DC support.

Or you could be like me and get 360+PS2 sticks and carry 10 different PS2 adapters with you. Hardcore baby. You can get PS2 to Xbox adapters on eBay for less than 5 dollars, PS2 > Gamecube for 10 off Playasia, PS2 to Dreamcast is a bit pricier maybe 20 on Playasia, and I got a decent PS2 to PS3 adapter for 5 dollars on eBay.

Are you going to be putting the board in yourself or are you trying to get someone to do it for you?


#5

Two mods you could do.
You need a db-25 port and a project box for all of those sytems. One being a RJ-45 modded MC cthulhu, a 360 and DC pcb. See the "Show us your project boxes thread "

You might be able to get most of those working with a UPCB, but will need to triple mod the xbox 360 and DC. A UPCB is also rare, expensive and hard to find.

Either route is tedious mod. maybe like 10-30 hours of labor. I doubt anybody can do it in less than a week. Well you shouldn’t ask to rush it if you want it done right.

If your budget is less than $200-300 for parts and labor that the price for labor is jacked up for the anyone who doesn’t value their time. I hope you don’t want to pay somebody less than minimum wage for all that trouble.