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> USB adapters/overclocking, and INPUT LAG in general
DanAdamKOF
post Nov 10 2014, 01:50 AM
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HEY USKOC OWNERS AKA PROBABLY 75% OF YOU

Guess what, you're special, your controller has a shit-tastic chip that communicates with the PS2. When hooked up to nearly any USB converter, you will usually have a fluctuating amount of lag, making it impossible to time outside of being between the early and late good windows. This can't be compensated for! So you should look into Parallel adapters with PPJoy, a Good Converter (the only one I can recommend, out of many I have tried, is the Pelican PS3 adapter, it works extremely well with USKOCs), or replacing the PCB with an alternative native-USB PCB that also handles the turntable optics.

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post Nov 12 2014, 11:55 AM
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QUOTE (DanAdamKOF @ Nov 9 2014, 11:50 PM) *
HEY USKOC OWNERS AKA PROBABLY 75% OF YOU

Guess what, you're special, your controller has a shit-tastic chip that communicates with the PS2. When hooked up to nearly any USB converter, you will usually have a fluctuating amount of lag, making it impossible to time outside of being between the early and late good windows. This can't be compensated for! So you should look into Parallel adapters with PPJoy, a Good Converter (the only one I can recommend, out of many I have tried, is the Pelican PS3 adapter, it works extremely well with USKOCs), or replacing the PCB with an alternative native-USB PCB that also handles the turntable optics.

GOOD LUCK

This probably explains 99% of the issues we had getting our IIDX controller working on the PC. No amount of fine tuning the Delay setting in-game seemed to matter. Thanks for the info!
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post Nov 12 2014, 11:27 PM
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QUOTE (DanAdamKOF @ Nov 10 2014, 01:50 AM) *
HEY USKOC OWNERS AKA PROBABLY 75% OF YOU

Guess what, you're special, your controller has a shit-tastic chip that communicates with the PS2. When hooked up to nearly any USB converter, you will usually have a fluctuating amount of lag, making it impossible to time outside of being between the early and late good windows. This can't be compensated for! So you should look into Parallel adapters with PPJoy, a Good Converter (the only one I can recommend, out of many I have tried, is the Pelican PS3 adapter, it works extremely well with USKOCs), or replacing the PCB with an alternative native-USB PCB that also handles the turntable optics.

GOOD LUCK

I can vouch for the inpin adapter, its good, but not nearly as close as just using a USB PCB


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post May 7 2015, 04:08 AM
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WELL I got an Arcin working in a KOC, you need some resistors to limit the current going to the sensors LEDs since the Arcin was made for the Dao which has said resistors on its optical board. I'll write a full writeup later.


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