Two PS3 Wireless fightpads going crazy

Tried searching for it, but not sure what words people are using to describe it. Using 1 fight pad, stuff works fine. Using two, and the signals get screwy, and things start jumping randomly, or d-pad gets held down or something.

Read the instructions and it doesn’t mention a proper method for getting two to work simultaneously. Any clue, or is this just a huge fail on MadCatz’s part?

Are there different channel switchs on the wireless transponders?

Negative. I know that Nintendo was able to do this with the wavebird for the GC. No idea why it wasn’t included for the fightpads.

sorry i don’t have a solution but i think this thread title is hilarious