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1 Player Zero Delay PCB USB Encoder for PS3/PC and Raspberry Pi

£9.98 (Inc. VAT)
£8.32 (Ex. VAT)
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  • 3
    Works good on PC/RPi but not so much on my PS3

    Posted by Shaman Mahmoudi on 28th Jan 2019

    So far it has worked fine on PC and RPi with limited play time. However, on PS3, it either does not recognize it, or it connects/disconnects repeateadely. you can see the red led flicker on and off when that happens. Eventually I can get it to work on PS3, by removing, re-inserting the USB cable in the PS3 USB port a few times.

    Plan is to try it out with an external USB HUB with its own exernal power supply and see if it works better.

  • 5
    Arcade World Uk

    Posted by pehr Forsberg on 17th Jan 2019

    Zero,Delay works great for a arcade project, and Arcade world is a good company. Fast delivery to Sweden.

  • 5

    Posted by Hilda on 15th Jul 2018

    really cheap and easy, and has worked great so far with my raspberry pi. could have come packaged with a few more wires for the buttons, but that'd just be a bonus, still super happy with it!

  • 5
    Best bang-for-buck

    Posted by Naga_Ten on 4th Mar 2018

    Bought this for my first stick since it looked easy enough to install, being pretty much plug-and-play, and it did just that on a pretty good price point.
    Just put all the buttons in my box, ran the cables, fit them in the board and done!

    Worked on everything i threw at it on PC and PS3 in a 12-button setup (+functions)

  • 4
    Versatile for its price!

    Posted by Cubits on 27th Jul 2017

    I recently put one of these in a customer's stick, they were on a tight budget and predominantly played on pc.

    It worked flawlessly with all of the big titles, and also ended up working for many PS4 fighters, too!

    Tekken 7 on the ps4 was a no-go (worked on pc), and it's incompatible with the brook converters, but it's punching well above its weight.

    A complete doddle to set up, too!

    Will use again.

  • 5
    cheap and cheerful

    Posted by kev on 12th Jun 2017

    Bought for my first diy fight sick. Loads of reference on Google for these for wiring them up and simple to do I would advise to get at least one extra button than you plan on using so it can be attached to the mode function, the board seams to default the joy stick to analog and I've found the games I've tried so far (tekken7, sfv) seem to be more compatible with hat switch apart from that a cracking little unit for the price