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About the Product
- Compatible with PlayStation, PSX, and PS2 controllers, guns, and dance pads
- Easy, Plug-and-Play use for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10
- Supports Dual Shock vibration function for supported games and digital/analog mode
- Includes software for computers running Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista with Direct X 7.0a or above
- Allows mapping for all buttons on your PlayStation controller/DDR dance pad
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Top Customer Reviews
The adapter has two ports for PS2 controllers or dance pads. Be careful when you tear open and throw away the packaging because there is a minidisc with drivers on it stuck between the two folds of cardboard in the packaging. Some people have said that these drivers made the device work. They actually made mine unusable so I ended up uninstalling them. If you have Windows 7, the device is recognized and installed automatically. If you plan to use this for regular controllers, you should be okay from here. However, if you have a dance pad, prepare for a nightmare.
The main problem with this adapter is that it registers the buttons by axis rather than as individual buttons. Imagine the difference between D-pad directional buttons that are all part of the same base and the four separate buttons (x, o, triangle, square). This shouldn't be too much of a problem in other games where multiple directional buttons are never pressed together, but with a dance pad this makes hitting two directional buttons at the same time impossible.Read more ›
Also, on a whim I plugged it into my PS3 just to see if it would work AND SURE ENOUGH IT DID! Everything worked flawlessly, including rumble and analog! This is huge for cheap PS3 owners who still have PS2 controllers lying around. Instead of schilling out $55 for a second dualshock, buy one of these and you now have 2 "new" PS3 controllers. True you're still tethered to the system like a gaming primitive, but it's a hell of a lot cheaper!
I've only used regular PS2 controllers and it's worked fine. But from reading other reviews it seems there's compatibility issues with some guitar controllers, dance pads, light guns and some third-party controllers. So if you're trying to use it for those and those only, you might want to look elsewhere. It seems some of these controllers have worked for some people. Still, for the price I'd say it's worth the gamble for the simple fact that even if it doesn't work for your specialty controller you can still use the standard issue just fine.
Also note that PS3 compatibility might depend on what PS3 model you have. (I have the 40 gig) It also seems like there are different versions of this item. The item you get might be different then the one I did. So your mileage may vary. But for me it has to be the best $4 I've ever spent in regards to gaming.
Seems there are more than one driver in the disk. Pick the one that says "DOUBLE usb Drier.exe" and reconnect usb and now you have rumble!. For people who want to play games that support the xbox 360 controller but not this, google x360ce, a program to disguise you gamepad as a Microsoft Xbox 360 gamepad!
Drivers for people who do not have a disk drive!
So why did I only give it 2 stars if it works perfectly with my mat and wireless controller?
Well it doesn't work with my sony PS2 controllers. I have four sony PS2 controllers and none work fully with this device. I have one controller that came with my slim PS2, two controllers that came with my fat ps2, and one controller that I bought and none of them work fully. The R1 and R2 are not recognized at all and the up directional pad doesn't work on two of the controllers.
Also there is major problem with the drivers. The company that made this doesn't exist anymore. So there really aren't any drivers specifically made for anything beyond windows XP. If you want to find the latest drivers do a google search for dilong 203 drivers but don't use them. Basically I found a guy on stepmania web site that had the drivers up on file hosting site. What happen after installing these drivers was all my fonts got messed up. I'm guessing the drivers were for a Chinese OS. Basically I couldn't read anything on my PC. All texts under my incons were foreign symbols. All text in all texts were foreign symbols. I had to pull out my nexus 7 to search the web for a fix. Basically I ended up using my windows 7 install disc to repair my pc. If you have a system that had windows pre installed and don't have win7 disc you would be in horrible trouble if you didn't make a backup or rescue disc. Before I found a fix I was getting ready to reinstall windows 7.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Will there is nothing technically wrong with the product there are a few reasons why I would NOT recommend buying this product:
These adapters are cheap ways to get... Read more
I dont like it, when I was opening the package, I realized that the entrance was completely damaged usb
Compared with other USB input , so... Read more
Since a hardware review of an adapter would otherwise be incredibly dry and boring, I'm going to write this in the style of an old PSA for the sole purposes of making writing this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Otend
This product works REALLY WELL for what I needed it for. I needed this because my DS3 program would recognize two PS3 controllers as the same controller, and I couldn't play any... Read morePublished 2 months ago by BaltoHusky345
Ugly but works on Windows 10 without a driver disk. Just plugged it in and it showed up as Twin USB Joystick under the Devices and Printers where you can test and calibrate your... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dezz
Upon first using the device, it worked absolutely fine. However, as time went by, it became more unstable, constantly disconnecting itself and freaking out when I try to plug it... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer