PS to PC adapter

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  1. xDahlia
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    Well, I found a Playstation DDR mat while cleaning up, but it co
    nnects to PSX/Ps2. Is there any PS adapter for PC?
     
  2. FAST6191

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    There are quite a few (I have been using one for years):
    http://www.l.google.com/search?q=PS+PC+ada...lient=firefox-a
    Most plug into USB (I think I saw a firewire one once) and I would look long and hard if you are running something other than windows 2000/xp as that is all drivers come for (good news is those drivers tend to be fairly solid unlike some other controllers).
     
  3. Urza

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    Does it support analog (I got conflicting answers from the board) and L3/R3?
     
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    Some adapters have given people problems with their dance mats. The feedback for that adapter reads 'Couldn't get it to do two steps at once on a DDR pad. '
    Since the topic creator wants to use his dance pads i would get these instead:
    Super Joybox Pro 3 http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-6m-49-...0-qc2-40-1.html or for two players http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-6m-49-en-70-qc3.html.

    These have been proven by enthusiasts to be lag free with many PCBs. I have the two player one and i can attest to this.
     
  6. saulin

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    I just bought this one as well since my dog ate my PS/N64 controller adapter I had for my PC. I like this new one. It can hook up 2 controllers and it works just perfect. I have not tried it with a dance mat though since I don't have one and I don't play DDR games.
     
  7. Urza

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    Yes and yes.
     
  8. gblock247

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    So I'm assuming from members experiences, that dealextreme is a reliable site, just don't expect whatever you order to be here in a hurry,, right?
     
  9. xJonny

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    Yep. Read the reviews though, because some cheap things have really bad build quality, etc.