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    ya, it has a switch button


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    Quote Originally Posted by otomo
    Just a question, does this work with psx and n64 pads connectef at once?
    You can connect both at the same time, but you can't use them at the same time.

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    I have this adapter and the analogue controls on my n64 pad don't respond quite right..., I was wondering how well the ps2 pad's analogue stick worked on this adapter, is there a specific model of the controller i should look for, and also does teh force feedback work?

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    Read my original post ffs...

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    does anyone use this adaptor with a psx 1 regular controller? If so I was curious about how responsive it is, I would like to buy one to play fighting games. The n64 controller seems to be somewhat lacking for doing the constant dragon punch motions, and somewhat uncomfortable too. And Allnatural your faq is good, but I would really like to know that the responsiveness of the psx or ps2 controllers in 2d fighting games is perfect.
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    If you're worried about lag, I haven't noticed any. That being said, I always use the N64 pad for fighting games (neo-geo, cps2, etc.) because of it's superior d-pad. It's matter of preference I suppose.

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    i'dd add (perhaps literally if i'm a moderator on this forum) to Allnatural's post:

    Boom's QA is pretty terrible. From my experience with these and some of their other products i'd estimate 25-35% of the items they send out do not work. so e.g. if you want one, probably best to buy two or three. "not working" typically shows up as not installing properly in the OS.

    Another interesting effect is that some of these adapters, even from batches bought at the same time, work with more pads than others (and i'm not even talking about 3rd party pads yet). Another reason to buy a load, or ask them to improve their QA.

    On the other hand, it is the only cheap widely available n64-usb adapter on the market, so i'm glad they're made
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    Yeah, I'll be the first to admit the build quality is suspect. However, the batch of ten I bought all work fine. Maybe I'm just lucky.

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    right, i have a batch of 10 where 5 work on anything, 4 work on some USB controllers and not others (! even on a machine with 4 identical USB2 controllers) and 1 doesn't work on any controllers... not a great success rate. in a way this makes the adaptoid better value.

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    I love my adaptoids I was going to go cheaper and get a boom but read this thread and decided against it.

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