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PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V Review
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PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V Review By Gent

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What is a PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V?
Well simply put: The PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V
is a USB adaptor for your PC that allows you to use a PSX/PS2 pad on your PC and emulated games via emulators.
It also supports Force Feedback (Rumble) unlike The N64/PSX USB Adaptor which also allows you to use a N64 Controller (But no rumble) ...
so if you would like to use both N64 and PSX controllers and are not to fussed about not having Rumble support then this is probably more for you :)

The PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V
Supports USB 2.0 and USB 1.X
Vibration support (force feedback)
Suitable with PS Joypad, PS Dual Shock and Steering Wheel and PS Dancing Mat, no extra power required.
Works with both PS1 and PS2 controllers.
Macro system supporting Windows 98 / Windows 2000 / Windows Millennium / Windows XP and MAC OS.
Compatible with USB2.0 high-speed communication standard, plug and play.
The macro function support the buttons of the joypad and keyboard, support buttons remap function and turbo/auto fire function, support 256 set macro record, you can even use the buttons to emulate the keyboard!

Using the PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V for either Playstation Or Nintendo 64 emulators, is just as real as you could get and I'm sure you will agree.

Even if only using it for PC games, the PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V really gives you that comfortable feeling that you always get from your trusty old consoles.

I have tested the PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V on the emulators mentioned above and many PC games on Windows 2000 and Windows XP and it feels astounding to use the real controllers on their emulated counterparts.

Now I did find a problem when using ePSXe and other PSX emulators that support Force Feedback on Win XP and have reported it to Xinga to hopefully sort out.

When setting the small & large motors: Make sure you use constant for both options and you should have no problems on Win XP as long as you do not try using motor settings on sine.

To get "Rumble Support" you have to install the XG_Macro_system_2.10_EN drivers that can be found on the mini CD-R supplied within the PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V packaging.

If you do have any driver or technical problems then Xinga have their own
XINGA PS-PC USB2.0 converter zone forum.

So where can I get this PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V I hear you say!

Well nathell.com PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V offers of course that's where :)
Just click the PS1/PS2 USB2.0 converter V link to go to this fantastic offer.

Buy yours from nathell.com:


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