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> US/JKOC Parallel Adapter Mod
BLUST OF WIND
post Nov 27 2013, 07:04 PM
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With the advent of me finally getting a desktop and putting IIDX/LR2 on here, It has become apparent that my USB adapter sucks nuts, so I need to turn my spare controller into a PC only with a parallel adapter on it (no lag is amazing after all, my scores suck balls with lag)

I remember there being a guide somewhere out there, but i can't find it anymore, anyone got that guide or an even better one?


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DanAdamKOF
post Dec 8 2013, 05:06 PM
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Can't you just use an extension cable's female end and wire that to parallel? Pretty pointless to have only one controller work on it.

As for a guide, I basically did this (only I made a 2P adapter) and it works OK with a USKOC:


Using these ppjoy timings:



As an alternative the Pelican PS2->PS3 adapter is the only one I've used that I would say "doesn't suck nuts", it has a little lag but not bad, and most importantly its lag is very consistent with a USKOC, you don't get "wandering lag" that I've noticed on a lot of adapters. There are probably other converters out there that work well but this is the only one I personally can vouch for.

As another alternative, install a USBemani PCB when they're back in stock, there's no lag since they're native USB and no bullshit to configure and they work great with LR2.


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BLUST OF WIND
post Dec 11 2013, 09:56 AM
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QUOTE (DanAdamKOF @ Dec 8 2013, 05:06 PM) *
As another alternative, install a USBemani PCB when they're back in stock, there's no lag since they're native USB and no bullshit to configure and they work great with LR2.



Yeah as a lazy way out, I decided to go that route and wait for that or just buy one off someone already made. I posted this before I realized i could've just went that route.


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