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  1. Greetings fellow forum members. I need your help and expertise in solving a problem. Recently i bought a 2600 vader console. Its in great shape and works perfectly. It came bundled with a pair of wireless cx-42 controllers, also in great shape, but they dont seem to work at all. The console powers with the receiver unit plugged, but theres no input from the controllers. I tested them with yars revenge and the yar just keeps going up and down while the unit is plugged. If i disconnect the controller cable the yar stops moving. Also tried with missile command and pole position and nothing happens. Turning the controllers on and off or pressing anything ,doesnt seem to affect the on screen action. I opened the receiver and the controllers and they seem to be fine. Nothing broken, burned or blown. Is there any other way to test if the receiver and the controllers are working? I could get a refund for the controllers, but i really want to keep them, they look so cool and i really love to see them working. Thanks in advance for reading!
  2. 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
  3. Sold Here are 3 tested and working wireless controllers for the Sega Genesis with 2 working receivers. As an additional bonus I am including 1 extra untested 6 button corded Genesis controller. 1 of the 3 wireless controllers has a small piece of plastic broke off it as shown in the 2nd picture, but it does work. The other 2 are undamaged. $50 for 2 controllers and a receiver is a good deal, so an extras make it a steal.
  4. Here is a video I made of my Atari 2600 experiment. I have two Atari 2600 consoles, each with the Compumate add-on. I attempt to share a BASIC program from one Atari to another wirelessly. Enjoy!
  5. I've recently got the bug to set up a wireless deal for an O2 and 2600. Based on my current household arrangement, it seemed like the most plausible way to get a quick fix when needed on the main TV. Though I think this has been well covered here, for anyone not already in the know, the rankings for reception are 1.) the no-name brand RGA 118 set-up, 2.) Game Mate, and 3.) the Atari branded ones {DEAD last}. Interestingly {or unsurprisingly}, all controllers are compatible with all transmitters. Anyway, my question today is in regards to the power supply. Would it be best to use the Atari power supply to ultimately power the O2 through the transmitter unit? Or should I use an O2 power supply into the transmitter unit? I currently have been using the Atari power supply with no major problems {I read here that many others do this}, but I have been noticing weird blippy/scritch-type sounds during test games of UFO. So, I thought it may be useful to double check to make sure. On the flip side, would there be any danger of frying the transmitter, etc. if I use/plug the O2 power into the transmitter? Thanks in advance for any thoughts or wisdom here &, though this is mainly a double check to make sure I'm not unknowingly frying something, I hope this isn't just an obvious case of "doesn't matter." Thank again everyone.
  6. It does everything I want except ONE THING.
  7. Looking for a pair of functioning wireless Atari controllers + the receivers for them. I imagine the IR ones are probably pretty spotty, so I'd like to get RF ones. If you have some laying around, please let me know! I have some feedback on Nintendoage: http://nintendoage.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Users.Home&User=SnoopKatt
  8. Hello! I am looking for a CLEAN and WORKING set of ATARI 2600 Wireless Controllers. Not the off-brand ones, but the actual ATARI ones with the power adapter, etc. Physical condition DOES matter, but the set does not have to be boxed or pristine! Check out my for sale thread (link in my signature, below) if you would like to trade, OR PayPal is always an option! THANKS! -a2a
  9. From the album: RetroIndieGamer's classic games collection

    This is the wireless controller I had for my Super Nintendo with it's receiver. While I don't have the console anymore (it died. ), I decided to keep the controllers.

    © Retro Indie Gamer 2013

  10. I have a set of the Atari brand I got for cheap at a flea market but they're not working. I'm wondering if it might be mismatched crystals. The crystal numbers in the joysticks are 49.830 and 49.890. In the receiver the numbers are 49.375 and 49.435. Can some kind soul with working wireless joysticks confirm that the crystals in the joysticks and receiver should match? I have no serial number labels on the joysticks to confirm they're from the same set as the receiver. Thanks.
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