Do you feel a slight delay when using wii classic controller pro?

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  1. eriol33
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    I bought a wii classic controller pro (3rd party) although it's very subtle, but I can feel a delay and it makes the controller not ideal to play platfformer games such as mario bros (when I unplug it, the wiimote syncs really well with the game).

    however I am not sure whether it's the case because the controller is not genuine, or there is actually a delay using wii classic controller pro

    does anyone else share similar experience?
     
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    I don't have a Classic Controller Pro, only an original Classic Controller, but I never had this problem.
     
  3. GreyWolf

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    I think it's an issue with older cIOSes. I haven't noticed any lag when using d2x.
     
  4. Linkuei

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    some chinese pirate classic controllers that i tested, have a really annoyng delay on input.
     
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    Maybe you can try setting your TV to game mode?
     
  6. GreyWolf

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    I don't think TV settings would affect the console's controllers.
     
  7. bowser

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    I had a similar issue with the Wii U gamepad and New Super Mario Bros U on my HDTV. Turning on game mode fixed it for me because that turns off most of the image processing/enhancement that the TV does. This removes the perceived delayed input which is actually lag caused by the TV.

    But in OP's case there really may be a delayed input because of the 3rd party controller.