Xin-Mo 1 Player Arcade Controller Interface - PC And PS3
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This Xin-Mo 1 player arcade controller board is simply plug 'n' play and will work with Windows/Linux/MAC/PS3. If you are connecting the board to your computer it will be recognised as a game controller. This can be easily configured to work with MAME.
1 x Xin-Mo 1 player arcade controller board
1 x Wiring harness
1 x USB Cable
* 8ft Long USB cable
* Wiring harness & ground cable
* Works on PC, PS3 ,Linux and MAC
* Compatible with Windows 7/ Vista/XP/2000/98 & Linux
* Support one X,Y axis and 12 buttons
* Turbo Button support
* DP/LS/RS Switch support
* No soldering required
This board does not work with Linux kernel greater than ver. 3.2
Player 1 PCB:
This arcade controller board supports 1 x joystick & 12 x arcade buttons. The PCB has 10 button inputs for player one and 2 extra inputs which can be used as start buttons etc...
I choose this one for my arcade stick that I built. Easy scheme to understand, I was up and running with my arcade stick under 15mins. Zero delay, works with every game that I tried. If you want a cheap control PCB for mame, this one is an excellent choice.
Easy to assemble , and comes with all required cables. Very good.
Works instantly, no drivers needed, no hassle, recognized immediately by the PC. Comes with all cables you might need and a sheet showing which pins are what.
Works flawlessly with Retropie 4.0 (Raspberry PI) and with a Windows 7 PC, comes with a complete daisy chain cables (you don't need to solder your joystick and buttons terminals) and a long USB cable.
This little tiny pcb encoder works perfectly (tested on a pc with windows 7 64bits) and comes bundled with all necessary wires.
Eaxctly what i needed! This works perfectly without any software installation. The supplied wireing is well done and makes life much easier. Also came with a usb cable which is more than long enough no matter how big your cab is.
I built a wooden case for my arcade joystick. Ordered this and it came with all the wires and connectors needed. The only thing that needed soldering was the directional joystick wires in my Sanwa JLF. Great piece of kit. Good value too.
Very easy to setup and excellent value for money. Would highly recommend.