Xb Controller Question
Posted 14 January 2006 - 07:34 AM
I did take a look at the Xbox controllers inters and from what I could tell, at a glance, is that the thick black wire is for the memory cards and two wires must be power and ground for the rumble motors (black and red). So that leaves three wires for the control buttons and analog sticks. I do believe the older controllers used more pins but I have never looked at the inside of them before.
I was just curious if it was possible and if anyone has thought about doing this?
Posted 14 January 2006 - 08:25 AM
Posted 14 January 2006 - 09:59 AM
I did see an adapter for PS & N64 to USB but I would rather have a straight cable. It seems to me it would be easy enough to get diagrams for controllers to usb ports and solder the XB wire directly to the board. But I can't find diagrams to usb execpt for the NES. I did find diagrams to D-SUB but my knowledge of D-SUB connections is very little. Here's the link: http://www.hardwares....com/article/80
If you maybe know where to find the diagrams that would be awsome!
Posted 14 January 2006 - 07:25 PM
However they do not offer a N64 set. I did do some research but I could not find an easy solution. So far I found which micro chip should be use and the programing for it but you need a USB programer in order to flash the chip which is $100, not worth the effort in my oppion.
But I will keep looking for a better solution for making your own N64/Xbox contorller without using adapters.
If someone finds a soultion please post.
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