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SNES Controller to Adapter for PC USB

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SNES Controller to Adapter for PC USB

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Product Description Product Description
  • Connect your SNES or SFC controller to your PC USB Port
  • Two players can play simultaneously, USB self powered
  • Standard HID (Human Interface Device) compliant, no drivers needed, just plug and play
  • Suitable for both Destop and Notebook PCs
  • Compatible with Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7
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Works Perfectly on Mac & PCAfter reading some reviews, I was a little hesitant on purchasing this. Some reviewers said it didn't work with their emulators, Mac, didn't recognize 2 players at once, didn't recognize the controller at all, etc. However, after receiving the adapter, I can say that yes, this does indeed work, and it works perfectly.I plugged this in my Mac on OSX and booted the emulator SNES9x. Before starting any ROM, I went to Config and then Configure Controllers. From there, I clicked on each button for Player 1 and pushed each button corresponding to those on the controller. After doing this with every button, I checked my work by pushing each button on the controller and saw that each corresponding button lit-up after being pressed. I then did this for controller 2. From there, I loaded up a few different ROMs testing 'em out. All of them were a success and even 2-person multiplayer worked simultaneously! I then did the exact same process on my PC that's running XP and, again, success.Just a heads up, before purchasing, I read the top reviewers review and want to make note that I too am using original SNES controllers that are model SNS-102. I haven't tested out SNS-005s, but I suggest that those having trouble try and find some SNS-102 controllers, hopefully that'll fix any problems you are experiencing.Overall, it worked on Mac, PC, 2 players simultaneously, for multiple games I've tested so far, didn't have to install any drivers or software and I'm very satisfied with the purchase. I HIGHLY suggest this to anyone interested in it. Having had such a good experience with this Mayflash device, I will most likely be purchasing similar USB adapters, but for the GC and N64. Thanks Mayflash!5Get this, it is a great idea for a deviceBuild quality is decent, though I am not going to be carrying it around, so that is definitely good enough for me. It would be nice if they sold them with an even mediocre set of instructions, rather than with a driver mini CD that contains unnecessary drivers. It would be nice to have been told that I needed to calibrate the D pad in the Windows game controller settings, is all. It would have saved me about 30 minutes of fairly fruitless Google hunting. But beyond that, I have to say this is a great device. It allows me to play SNES games on my computer, which doesn't make me feel quite as guilty as constantly playing SNES cartridges still. It also allows for new saves, in case I want to keep any nostalgia saves on the SNES cartridges themselves.4Your mileage may vary.I see a lot of good reviews here, which is part of what prompted me to give this particular SNES controller USB adapter a shot.If only. Out my collection of both official Nintendo controllers (originals and the embossed versions released with the redesigned systems) and 3rd party controllers (arcade sticks, ASCII Pads -- you name it) only a single one worked at all (my 25 year old ASCII pad)...and even then only the B button seemed to function. On top of that, the USB connector seems to be too large for every computer and hub I own. I was afraid I was going to break something just trying to plug and unplug it.I really, really, like the look of this thing. Two controller slots? Yes, please! And it has a sleek, well-made feel to it. I'll even be a good sport and give it two stars for the design. But to say this adapter doesn't live up to its potential would be a gross understatement. Essentially, it fails to deliver on every aspect of its simple description. I don't know if this is just poor quality control or what. Such a disappointment.2Good option if you have an original snes controller.This adapter does what it says it will do. You plug your Nintendo brand SNES controller into it and then plug the USB into your PC and it works perfectly. I've used it extensively on my raspberry pi to play NES and SNES. I'm even working my way through Mario 64 with it (challenging due to the lack of buttons). The controller is just as responsive as it would be plugged into the SNES. The drawback is that it only works with the original snes controllers and not third party ones. I was hoping to use this with my super retro trio controllers, as they are excellent and maybe even better than the originals, but it didn't work. When I plug one in it won't recognize all of the buttons. If you have first party controllers to convert this will be a good purchase. You get two controller ports too, so that's a plus.4Works great on PS3/PC put a smile on my face.I ordered this so my wife and I could play some older games with the controller they were meant to be played with. Maybe it s crazy, but just us playing Mario 3 from all stars put a smile on both of our faces. I used it on a PS3 running retroarch and figured I might have to do some setup with the PS3 controller. This actually just works on the PS3 and the buttons are mapped like they would be on a snes (A is yes B is no) which I was impressed with.I do have to tinker with retroarch because the input delay is noticeable, but I don t believe it is because of this adapter. You can find comparisons of retroarch vs snes mini and retroarch has more input lag. If I can t get the input lag better in retroarch then I ll probably switch to a HTPC setup. The controller also plug and played on my windows machines. I m also excited to try some indie games using a snes controller.5SNES Controller Adapter for PC USBI tested this device on my Macbook Pro running OSX 10.10 and SNES9x version 1.53. I tested two SNS-005 controllers and one no-name reproduction controller. One of the original controllers (nearly mint condition) along with the reproduction worked flawlessly with no setup problems. The second SNS-005, which is in slightly worse shape (but still works perfectly on an original SNES), only seemed to register the ABXY buttons when in the first or second player slot. Based on the other reviews, it looks like some mild tweaking would remedy this problem, but my goal was to test just how "plug-and-play" this adapter would work.I will update this review after setting up my raspberry pi with retropie installed, but here's the basic takeaway: if you are hoping to dig up your old SNES controllers and expect it to work right off the bat, you may be in for hit-or-miss results. If you're working with reproduction controllers, you should be just fine. I definitely recommend this product for the convenience of having two controllers in one USB port, and the possibility of being able to use original equipment is a major bonus!5FOR EVERYONE HAVING ISSUESFor everyone having issues with their controllers I have found something interesting you should try first. I have many Super Nintendo controllers and have found that some work, some don't. On the back of each controller you will find the model number. The most common is the SNS-005. The SNS-102 is the controller that came with the smaller edition Super Nintendo. I also have the aftermarket Super Pad by Performance.What I have found after testing the different controllers is that the SNS-005 controllers are hit or miss. I have one SNS-005 controller that only the B button works yet the other two I tested work perfect. I have found the SNS-102 works fine as does the Super pad. I have no idea why some refuse to work but I can understand your frustrations because the same happened to me.Defiantly try out the different controllers that you have lying around because if one doesn't work chances are the others you have will. The first controller that I plugged in didn't work and immediately I thought I was out eleven dollars. My heart sunk as I tried different usb ports and searched for a driver. Then I jumped up with joy as the next controller I tried worked! Hope this helps guys, feel free to ask any questions. This adapter in my opinion is so well worth the money for any SNES collector because there is nothing like having an actual SNES controller in your hand while you play. It totally changes the whole experience.One last thing, I have found the best way to play Super Nintendo with people over the internet. You need to download and install a program called ZBattle.Net. Also you must Google ZSNES Version 1.36 since it is the most common used even though its not the latest. Once you have both open ZBattle and click File, Options and give the location of your ZSNES application. Do the same for the games. After hitting OK go to File and click Connect. You will see people playing SNES in different servers. Create your own or find someone who is hosting a game. The game they are hosting will download really quick and then start. It opens up ZSNES and you are ready to play. If it keeps saying its waiting for Host click the cancel button then uncheck "allow udp connection" and then hit either connect to server or create server. Make sure you are joining someone with the same version 1.36 SNES and if your are hosting a server be sure to list that 1.36 is the version you are using. While in ZSNES hit the "T" key to type to who you are playing with. Good luck guys! If you have any questions feel free to ask and I will try to respond. Long Live The Super Nintendo! (The greatest console of all time!)5Great adapter to play original snes gamesThis product works as expected with snes controllers on my pc. All the drivers automatically installed and the controllers were immediately recognized. I use this with the original snes controllers and there's no noticeable input lag or any of the other problems I was having with cheap usb snes controllers. It was easy to map the controllers for my emulators. The only difficulty I'm having is when I try to use this controller adapter along with another controller adapter for my n64. I'm sure there's a fix but I haven't figured it out yet.5Not for exotic SFC/SNES controllersIt recognized the NTT Data Super Famicom controller (the NDK10, pic attached), and recognizes all of the normal SFC/SNES buttons, but it does not work with the number pad. I assume only a few people have tried connecting this specific controller to a USB adapter, so I'm not too disappointed that it didn't work...I'll probably just take the adapter apart for the parts to reverse-engineer the NDK10.This adapter should work fine with normal SNES/Super Famicom controllers.4Works great in Windows and with Raspberry Pi (Retropie)!**THESE WORK GREAT WITH THE RASPBERRY PI USING RETROPIE, BUT THEY REQUIRE A POWERED USB HUB LIKE MOST USB CONTROLLERS.**Also, just to confirm, because this wasn't clear from the pictures: these adapters actually have TWO SNES controller ports on them, so they will support two players at a time. (I actually ended up purchasing two more than I needed...oh well!)These adapters present the SNES controllers to Windows as sixteen buttons (eight per controller), a D-pad, and a hat switch, so they are totally plug-and-play, no drivers required on Windows 7 or 8. Once it's detected, all you need to do is fire up your emulator and configure both controllers and they work perfectly. With the Raspberry Pi, make sure to use a powered USB hub (this is normal for many devices) and just follow the instructions with your distro. I used Retropie and was able to get it working with very little fuss.5
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