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  1. Hi there, I am trying to get a controller to work properly. I cut the cord and attempted to solder the wires on to the connector and being inexperienced I didn't do a very good job. Any way to fix this problem any easier?
  2. Hello there, After months, I'm still wanting to buy two Fairchild Channel F Model 2 controllers that are detachable and I can use those controllers on MAME. I could try getting the console itself but it's really expensive and the AC adapter is very, very old. Does anybody here have two spare Fairchild Channel F Model 2 controllers that I could buy? Please send me a PM if you have two spare controllers.
  3. I'm just getting into the front-end RetroArch. I like the Shaders that can be applied to emulators that lack that capability. I'm having a hard time getting my Atari Paddle setup as a controller. I was able to set up the Atari Joystick. I'm using a 2600-daptor II. Has anyone had success with the paddle? Is there a way to setup more than one without have to re-configure as you go from joystick to paddle?
  4. Hi, I am (slowly 😀 ) rebuilding my PFM modded Geneve (384+192K) system and I really don´t know what controller/combination to use. Can/should I use the HFDC for the harddrive only plus adding a BwG (or CC9900) for the (2+HxC) floppy disk drives ? Makes that sense for an extra FDD-controller ? Maybe just to have it full or to prevent from any problems ? I have some controllers, so it is not the question to save up one. And I have no need for formats bigger than 720KB. I also want to add an HRD3000 Ramdisk, is it possible to boot from that, instead of the harddisk ? Does this make sense at all ? Or just install it without boot, just to have it ? Is there any use for the TripleTec-Card ? Speech maybe ? And use the CC9900 floppy controller instead of the BwG ? I also have the Myarc 512 KB RAM, but I think there is a special mod to be done, to use it in the Geneve ? And I will add a RS232, maybe I take the Myarc instead of the TI (?) I also have an ASCSI2-Controller, but I really do not want to use that because I want to keep my SNUG system complete. (if anyone wants to get rid off a WHT-SCSI, I am your man) What did I forget ? thx If needed, here is a picture: More detailed here: https://atariage.com/forums/topic/315250-ti-994a-show-your-modded-systems-here/?do=findComment&comment=4734298
  5. I received 3 free PS3 first party controllers from a freind last night. I don't want to put any additional strain on the power circuits of my lone remaining fat PS3 by trying to charge multiple controllers while gaming. Could I plug my PS3 controllers into any old USB socket and they will stop charging when full? Any reason I couldn't charge them off my Nintendo Switch USB ports, which will charge when the system is off? Thanks, trying to prolong the life of my first original early PS3, which has always worked great and I want to keep it that way.
  6. New Super Game Controllers for the ColecoVision and Super Game Module 2 Last year we announced that we were working with renowned designer Ted Mayer, best known for his work for Mattel (Intellivision II and III, He-Man toys) and the original Star Wars movie. Ted has been helping us with a number of designs, including the OMNI and accessories. One such accessory is the OMNI controller. Before OMNI is released, we plan to offer a ColecoVision compatible version of the OMNI controller, which we are calling the Super Game Controller. The Super Game Controller is fully compatible with the regular ColecoVision controller, including a numeric keypad, and adds two extra buttons, for SGM2 games. The Super Game Controller also allows the use of special game overlays, and we plan to offer a complete set of them for both legacy and new games. We hope to finally offer a complete, high-quality, and viable alternative for the dreadful Coleco controllers. We are now in the process of investigating the costs involved, but so far it looks promising. We have all the sources in place. That said, our goal is to find out if there is enough interest in this project to make it happen. Since we are still investigating costs, it is hard to give precise numbers for minimum orders and final price just yet, but we are estimating 400 units and $60 per controller. We would also prefer to sell them in packs of two controllers. Please keep in mind the price is a guesstimate at this point. It is our best interest to sell the controller at the lowest possible price point, at no profit (for many different reasons, one being this is also our OMNI controller). So how can you “pre-order” them (more like a wait-list at this point, since we don’t plan to charge people until the controllers are final and ready for manufacturing)? Please subscribe to the wait list here:: http://eepurl.com/gmrNpL I will keep this thread updated. UPDATE (4/1/2019): we have crossed the 200 controllers mark already. Thank you! I would say very very promising, so let's get this done! UPDATE (4/2/2019): we are past 270 controllers. Thank you again! The more orders we get, the lower the price goes. UPDATE (4/2/2019): we are past 300 controllers! Amazing. Definitively happening!
  7. Well there it is. I've used it to replace the broken one in my controller. STL's attached. No Warranty! coleco controller thing.zip
  8. Hey all! I’m a big fan of the nuon and like many others I’m looking for a controller so that I can finally play the games it has to offer! I’ve managed to acquire both remotes for my Samsung n-501 as well as my toshiba sd2300 units. However, it’s very difficult to enjoy playing the games with them. I’ve seen a few controllers on eBay but unfortunately (due to these trying times) I can not afford the exorbitant prices they are going for. Anyone have one for a reasonable price? thanks!
  9. I have done some brainstorming for a YouTube video that has to do with classic video game controllers that people pay over $100 for. In the end, I'm thinking people don't pay that kind of money for 2600 controllers... but could I be wrong? I know there's a Wico that has an extra large base that people look for. Do you think that one would fetch more than $100? Here's the link to the video if you're interested:
  10. Here are 4 2600 controller that I built and have up for sale at the moment. The black and white one and also the red/black/white one are 70$ shipped in the cont. USA. They are ready to rock with 10’ cables, plexiglass covers,siemitsu ps14g pushbuttons, and (black one) has Sanwa joystick, red has a zippyy stick. The white and black one and the green one are 60$ shipped USA. They have 6’cables. Also taking orders for custom builds right now as well if any of y’all happen to be interested in a custom stick. I’m not set up to build for 5200, Jaguar, or intellivision, but those several consoles aside, I can build out for most any retro consoles. Thanks for taking the time to check them out. Jeff Boss Level Controls
  11. Maybe someone can help me solve a few small problems I'm coming across. I'm following this schematic/description -- https://gamesx.com/controldata/psxcont/psxcont.htm#CIRCUIT I think I figured it out...mostly. He leaves a lot to be deciphered, lol. I'm drawing up a schematic in KiCAD right now, and I only have a few questions: 1. The DATA pin of the controller plug connects to SER OUT, correct? 2. Where does the COMMAND pin of the controller plug connect to? I must've re-read the entire page 15 times and still can't decipher where COMMAND goes. 3. Are the 74HC165 pins not associated with buttons (A1-A8, B1-B8, etc.) left with no connection? Or do they share a connection? COMMAND, maybe? Thanks in advance!
  12. I figured I’d try my hand at making a few different 5200 controllers, and as a Paddle Controller was never commercially available…I figured I’d start there. So unveiling my - 5200 S.S. Edition – VVG Paddle Controller: I found a few examples online of how others have done something similar, but as I wanted a “full-featured” & “stand-alone” 5200 handheld Paddle Controller, I wasn’t going to be able to start with any existing controller as a donor. So the base enclosure is a Hammond Mfg. black anodized, extruded aluminum enclosure, with aluminum end plates and a slide-out aluminum belly plate. Needless to say the enclosure is extremely robust, machines very well, and is only slightly larger than a normal CX-52. Normally the selection of a potentiometer for the control in a paddle controller is kind of a no-brainer. Pick one with the resistance value that you require, and that has the physical attributes that will allow for its installation in your project. But when researching paddle controllers others have made/modified for the 5200 and 2600, I had read complaints that some felt the controls were too sensitive for some games or not sensitive enough for others. So I chose a 2-Gang, 500k ohm linear potentiometer wired through a SPDT switch, so that I can switch between 500k ohm and 1M ohm at the push of a switch. The 500k ohm setting is less “touchy” and allows for finer movements and control, while the 1M ohm setting allows for super quick on-screen movements, like those necessary in the higher levels of Kaboom! The resistance selection switch is located on the lower end plate and is protected from accidental in-game switching, by a clear flip-cover. The switch to the right of the resistance selection switch is a SP3T (ON) – ON – (ON) paddle rocker switch, which is wired as the controller’s Up/Down controls. This allows me to maneuver around my AtariMax Ultimate SD Multi-Cart menu line by line for game selection. For the games I intend to use this with, I don’t know that I really need both 5200 buttons, but I figured as I was going all out, I might as well include both the Top & Bottom buttons… …and to make it ambidextrous, I installed them on both sides: The side buttons are Sanwa SDM-18 arcade test buttons. They feature concave plungers for a great vintage feel, and have a nice light/short press to make the contacts. Of course it wouldn’t be a “full-featured” & “stand-alone” 5200 controller if it didn’t have its own 12 button keypad and Start/Pause/Reset buttons, so I installed a 4x4 membrane keypad with a custom overlay modeled after the original CX-52 buttons. This allows for all game selections and auxiliary controls, without the need for a wye cable and/or a 2nd controller to be used in tandem. Lastly as I don’t normally sit within 2’ of my gaming consoles, and I don’t like using extension cables if I don’t have to, I bought and wired a 10’ 5200/Neo-Geo extension cable for the cord w/ molded plug end. The plug end has the longer/deeper cut required for the Neo-Geo, but I don’t have any issue with it on my 4-Port. I think the control knob itself has a good vintage look, and I like the aluminum disc in the center, but I think I’m going to keep looking for something different. The potentiometer has a standard ¼” shaft so there are lots of options on the market…I’ll see if I can find something I like any better. Additionally I’m going to make an inline 5200-to-2600 adapter cable so that I can use this on/with with Atari 2600/8-bit games, and I'll make a properly pinned wye cable so that I can plug (2) of these into (1) 2600/8-Bit controller port, for 2-player 2600/8-bit games. Enjoy!
  13. nicknickuk

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    From the album: Raspberry Pi Custom Atari case designs

    Atari VCS inspired controller used for my raspberry Pi which is a 3rd party PS3 Bluetooth controller.
  14. I've been on a bit of an arcade stick kick lately. I've got MAS sticks for Genesis and Neo, and consumer-grade sticks for almost everything else. I don't have anything good for PC at the moment, and I've been pricing sticks largely from china ($50 imports up to $200+ qanba units). (I was mostly thinking of going japanese style for this one) buuuuut, then I noticed x-arcade was having a sale. Yeah the company that puts out those godawful ugly 'tanksticks' that the mame guys go for. The solo's not as bad, and the price is right. Really, really right. $50+15 shipping right now (link). That's a 50% discount from regular. And even the regular price is on the low side for a solid arcade stick. So now I'm for the first time wondering just how good those sticks are. What kind of controls are in them? Brand, quality etc. Optical stick? Whose buttons? How are the switches? how hard is it to modify? What's the quality of the case? Is it up to the level I'm used to? MDF? Seriously, for $65, is this the bargain that it appears to be? Are there any other sticks I should be considering? Really, outside of needing those bottom two buttons replaced with hole covers, it looks pretty good:
  15. Kinsey collects Xbox 360 Controller variants and she brings some over to show us, including different colors, artwork, attachments and much more. Yes, it’s a THING & it’s pretty cool!
  16. Hi. I have a question about the Atari 5200 games library. Are there any game that utilize more than 2 controller at once, using 3 or 4 of the ports on an original 4 port system? If so does anyone have a list of them. Lastly, do any homebrew games utilize this feature? Thanks
  17. Hi everyone. I assume that someone has seen these before but I found these on the weekend so I decided to show them here. I thought they had been lost years ago. When I first had my intellivision I read the intellivision era video game magazines and saw these advertised so I ordered them. It took about four months to get them but I thought they were worth it at the time. I have always had the discs insatalled but couldn't find the joysticks untill I stumbled across them this weekend. One of the ball sticks is still missing. I found the ball sticks to be a bit top heavy and would lean and activate movement if the controller wasn't level, but they worked as you would expect. RetroAl
  18. Hi, I recently got a good deal on an original GEC model Vectrex system. It's in amazing condition, and works great. But there is one issue. When I play the built in Game Mine Storm (I do not have any other games yet) moving the stick LEFT will make me spin RIGHT endlessly until I move the stick RIGHT to stop it, rather then turn me LEFT. Moving the stick right works perfect, and the buttons are fine, but what can I do about the controller? Is the problem even with my controler or the system? What is wrong? What can I do? Oh a and it would probably help to add that I hear a little rattel inside the controller when I pick it up. PLEASE HELP ME OUT!
  19. Hello, I've had a look around on the internet but can't seem to find anywhere that stocks replacement Jaguar controller rubbers, specifically the D-pad. Are they available or is there a substitute? I received a second controller and after cleaning, and fixing the lead, the pad requires a solid press in one direction to move. Pad rubber is at fault, verified by turning rubber 90 degrees and testing then turning again and testing. Also after supplier of known good AU, or international, aftermarket Jaguar plugpack as most online advertised plugpacks never make rated amperage. I'm currently using the original UK plugpack with an adapter and will buy a rated Meanwell adapter and change the plug as needed but would like to find out what everyone is using. Repaired lead. Hot glue gun to fill in the missing sheath. Lead then depinned and sleeved with 10mm heatshrink.
  20. Hi, I have restarted my old company: Awesome Arcades. Its now selling Atari styled USB versions of the CX40 joysticks, Desktop arcade controls (So far I've only posted up the 7800 versions (Left & Right hand) and I need to update the photo's as they include built in paddle controls as well. I'll be posting on in the coming days the 2600 version, USB versions and some specialized desktop arcade controls like a dedicated Asteroids control panel for both 9 pin game/computer consoles and a USB version. I have a Missile Command one but I am awaiting the special buttons to make it arcade realistic. So, if you are interested, please stop by the site, sign up for an account and make a purchase, thanks. https://thejoystickshop.com Here are some of the products:
  21. Well, I've done some more experimenting and have managed to find a way to attach wired PS3 and Xbox 360 controllers to the 5200 to play the games that offer digital controls (as opposed to the analog-only games like Missile Command). This required a number of video game controller adapters/cables and a USB power supply. Here's how it's done: The adapters needed to get the wired PS3 controllers compatible with the Atari 5200 are as follows: 1) a 15 pin PC Gameport controller to 15 pin Atari 5200 adapter. These are obtained by contacting Atariage member, bohoki. He makes these for under $20 (shipped within the U.S.). 2) An adapter that converts Atari/Amiga/Sega controllers with a 9 pin connector to a 15 pin PC gameport. These are available on Ebay from "Ikonsgr74" and can be obtained for under $20 (shipped anywhere in the world). 3) A Tototek Joypad Convertor version MD (for Playstation controller compatibility on the Megadrive/Sega Genesis). These adapters are under $30. 4) A Brook Game Controller Super Convertor for adapting a PS3/PS4 controller to a PS2 console. These can be had for under $40. 5) a USB splitter cable ($12 or less). 6) a powersupply with a USB cord (5Volts) OR a USB Hub with connected power supply. To get the Xbox 360 controllers compatible with the 5200, you'll need one additional adapter. It is the Mayflash Universal Adapter for Xbox360/PS3/PS2/PC USB. These may be found at Amazon. Current price for these on Amazon is $30, but that is subject to change. Mayflash adapters tend to become scarce and go up in price. If any of you have interest in a video presentation on this (as well as a quick explanation of how to fix a potentiometer controller problem) here's the link for that:
  22. Hi, I own 2 Atari wireless Controller in great shape but both of them have no battery cover. Does anybody have a 3D model of such a batteryplate? Thanks in advance
  23. I'm looking for ideas on a new design for the Atari Pro CX-1000. You can see my current designs HERE As you can see we have Atari boxing, Q-bert, Pac-man, Pitfall! and Donkey Kong. I'm currently working up a design for Berzerk. So tell me, what game would you like to see made into the next Atari Pro joystick?
  24. I have a bundle including one 8Bitdo NES30 wireless controller with a NES retro receiver. I am looking for $40 for the two together, shipped. I picked these up about a month and a half ago. I tried them out for a night, thought they were neat, then put them away and never used them again. Each item comes with all of its packaging and original bonuses. Boxes aren't perfect and have the original price stickers on them (what I paid). Retro receiver packaging has been cut open with scissors, naturally. Payment via PayPal (gift/family/friends if you have little to no feedback). Shipping within the USA only. I am open to trades, particularly Jaguar, PS1, Gamecube or N-Gage titles I do not have
  25. Hi All, Hoping someone can help me. I am trying to get a wireless 8BITDO controller working with jzintv on RetroPie with World Championship Baseball. I can use the keyboard and I can switch to the controller by toggling F7 - but I can only use the directional keys which are mapped to the keypad - but not the disc. That is, I can activate or throw to a player but can't move the player with the joystick. I know that my keyboard hackfile is working - the reset and power mappings work. For some reason the disc mappings do not work on this game alone. My hackfile is below. Any ideas? Other games are working fine. Thanks in advance. ; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MAP 0 ; keymap 0 (default keymap) ; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ; ***** Joystick #0 - Left Controller ***** ; ** Side Buttons and Numeric Keypad ** JS0_BTN_06 PD0L_A_T JS0_BTN_07 PD0L_A_T JS0_BTN_08 PD0L_A_L JS0_BTN_09 PD0L_A_R JS0_HAT0_NW PD0L_KP1 JS0_HAT0_N PD0L_KP2 JS0_HAT0_NE PD0L_KP3 JS0_HAT0_W PD0L_KP4 JS0_BTN_04 PD0L_KP5 JS0_HAT0_E PD0L_KP6 JS0_HAT0_SW PD0L_KP7 JS0_HAT0_S PD0L_KP8 JS0_HAT0_SE PD0L_KP9 JS0_BTN_04 PD0L_KPC JS0_BTN_01 PD0L_KP0 JS0_BTN_00 PD0L_KPE JS0_BTN_10 RESET JS0_BTN_11 QUIT ; ** Direction Disc ** JS0_N PD0L_J_N JS0_NNE PD0L_J_NNE JS0_NE PD0L_J_NE JS0_ENE PD0L_J_ENE JS0_E PD0L_J_E JS0_ESE PD0L_J_ESE JS0_SE PD0L_J_SE JS0_SSE PD0L_J_SSE JS0_S PD0L_J_S JS0_SSW PD0L_J_SSW JS0_SW PD0L_J_SW JS0_WSW PD0L_J_WSW JS0_W PD0L_J_W JS0_WNW PD0L_J_WNW JS0_NW PD0L_J_NW JS0_NNW PD0L_J_NNW ; ***** Joystick #1 - Right Controller ***** ; ** Side Buttons and Numeric Keypad ** JS1_BTN_06 PD0R_A_T JS1_BTN_07 PD0R_A_T JS1_BTN_08 PD0R_A_L JS1_BTN_09 PD0R_A_R JS1_HAT0_NW PD0R_KP1 JS1_HAT0_N PD0R_KP2 JS1_HAT0_NE PD0R_KP3 JS1_HAT0_W PD0R_KP4 JS1_BTN_04 PD0R_KP5 JS1_HAT0_E PD0R_KP6 JS1_HAT0_SW PD0R_KP7 JS1_HAT0_S PD0R_KP8 JS1_HAT0_SE PD0R_KP9 JS1_BTN_04 PD0R_KPC JS1_BTN_01 PD0R_KP0 JS1_BTN_00 PD0R_KPE JS1_BTN_10 RESET JS1_BTN_11 QUIT ; ** Direction Disc ** JS1_N PD0R_J_N JS1_NNE PD0R_J_NNE JS1_NE PD0R_J_NE JS1_ENE PD0R_J_ENE JS1_E PD0R_J_E JS1_ESE PD0R_J_ESE JS1_SE PD0R_J_SE JS1_SSE PD0R_J_SSE JS1_S PD0R_J_S JS1_SSW PD0R_J_SSW JS1_SW PD0R_J_SW JS1_WSW PD0R_J_WSW JS1_W PD0R_J_W JS1_WNW PD0R_J_WNW JS1_NW PD0R_J_NW JS1_NNW PD0R_J_NNW ; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MAP 1 ; ECS 1 (ECS keymap) ; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ; ***** Joystick #0 - Left Controller ***** ; ** Side Buttons and Numeric Keypad ** JS0_BTN_06 PD0L_A_T JS0_BTN_07 PD0L_A_T JS0_BTN_08 PD0L_A_L JS0_BTN_09 PD0L_A_R JS0_HAT0_NW PD0L_KP1 JS0_HAT0_N PD0L_KP2 JS0_HAT0_NE PD0L_KP3 JS0_HAT0_W PD0L_KP4 JS0_BTN_04 PD0L_KP5 JS0_HAT0_E PD0L_KP6 JS0_HAT0_SW PD0L_KP7 JS0_HAT0_S PD0L_KP8 JS0_HAT0_SE PD0L_KP9 JS0_BTN_04 PD0L_KPC JS0_BTN_01 PD0L_KP0 JS0_BTN_00 PD0L_KPE JS0_BTN_10 RESET JS0_BTN_11 QUIT ; ** Direction Disc ** JS0_N PD0L_J_N JS0_NNE PD0L_J_NNE JS0_NE PD0L_J_NE JS0_ENE PD0L_J_ENE JS0_E PD0L_J_E JS0_ESE PD0L_J_ESE JS0_SE PD0L_J_SE JS0_SSE PD0L_J_SSE JS0_S PD0L_J_S JS0_SSW PD0L_J_SSW JS0_SW PD0L_J_SW JS0_WSW PD0L_J_WSW JS0_W PD0L_J_W JS0_WNW PD0L_J_WNW JS0_NW PD0L_J_NW JS0_NNW PD0L_J_NNW ; ***** Joystick #1 - Right Controller ***** ; ** Side Buttons and Numeric Keypad ** JS1_BTN_06 PD0R_A_T JS1_BTN_07 PD0R_A_T JS1_BTN_08 PD0R_A_L JS1_BTN_09 PD0R_A_R JS1_HAT0_NW PD0R_KP1 JS1_HAT0_N PD0R_KP2 JS1_HAT0_NE PD0R_KP3 JS1_HAT0_W PD0R_KP4 JS1_BTN_04 PD0R_KP5 JS1_HAT0_E PD0R_KP6 JS1_HAT0_SW PD0R_KP7 JS1_HAT0_S PD0R_KP8 JS1_HAT0_SE PD0R_KP9 JS1_BTN_04 PD0R_KPC JS1_BTN_01 PD0R_KP0 JS1_BTN_00 PD0R_KPE JS1_BTN_10 RESET JS1_BTN_11 QUIT ; ** Direction Disc ** JS1_N PD0R_J_N JS1_NNE PD0R_J_NNE JS1_NE PD0R_J_NE JS1_ENE PD0R_J_ENE JS1_E PD0R_J_E JS1_ESE PD0R_J_ESE JS1_SE PD0R_J_SE JS1_SSE PD0R_J_SSE JS1_S PD0R_J_S JS1_SSW PD0R_J_SSW JS1_SW PD0R_J_SW JS1_WSW PD0R_J_WSW JS1_W PD0R_J_W JS1_WNW PD0R_J_WNW JS1_NW PD0R_J_NW JS1_NNW PD0R_J_NNW
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