I recently purchased a Gamecube controller to PC USB adapter and am enjoying it immensely when used in conjunction with Dolphin. However, I am encountering an issue and I figured this would be the place to post about it. When I use 2 wired controllers, 1 wired controller, or 1 Wavebird controller, the adapter works great. However, when I plug in the receivers for 2 Wavebird controllers, my computer stops registering input from either. The lights on the receivers still light up, just no registered input. As far as I can tell, this has something to do with the power consumption of the wireless receivers when compared to a wired controller. I am curious if anyone knows the power draw of the wireless receivers, or the wired controllers themselves for that matter. I'm trying to determine whether the limitation is coming from the power supplied via my USB port (although it is a USB 3.0 port and should be able to deliver more than the required amount), or whatever is the equivalent of a voltage regulator in the adapter itself (to change 5V from USB to 3.3V for the controllers). If it is the former, I will look into getting a Y-adapter and testing that. If it's the latter, I will need to find a beefier regulator somewhere and do some high-stakes soldering.