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  1. For sure, I'll make a nice 4-port one. I'm on a roll. lol
  2. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=317852276104662&id=100036396753085 Hello fellow Xbox enthusiasts! I had some spare time this week and thought I'd pump out some PCBs to assist with the internal OGX360 installation that uses RELAYS. (The ogx360 was designed by Ryan Wendland and it allows you to use modern wireless controllers with the original Xbox. It's something that I really can't live without these days. lol.) You can certainly install the ogx360 without relays. In fact, Ryan designed a very nice (and tiny) USB Breakout Board for them and I've got all the custom cables for it. But, every once in a while I get a customer who would prefer to use relays for their internal ogx360 installation. (When you use a relay, a wired controller will automatically disconnect the ogx360. You unplug the controller and then it switches back to the ogx360. It's pretty neat and really good if you have kids or are frequently switching between a wired and wireless controller.) Tony Kuberka broke ground on using the relays and he made some really nice diagrams. The diagrams are great but are a little intimidating for the average modder because there are lots of wires to splice and you can really mess things up if you don't know what you're doing. Though I certainly don't mind splicing and wiring up things inside my Xboxes, I thought I'd make it easier for people to take advantage of the internal ogx360 installation using relays. I designed two different versions. The first uses only one PCB and the second uses two PCBs. You can checkout my Facebook page for the pictures. Once I receive the PCBs from the manufacturer and I've tested everything then I'll make another post. If you've wired up your own ogx360 with relays, I'd love to hear about it here. Cheers! @Ryzee119 @Anarchy42085
  3. Nice setup. It reminds me of one that I saw recently. :)
  4. The real question is: "What does this Xbox self-identify as?"
  5. Is this the one that you were after? https://www.digikey.ca/en/products/detail/jst-sales-america-inc/PHDR-12VS/608645
  6. No worries. I get that all the time. Just remember, I'm the good looking Canadian.
  7. Yes, @Ryzee119 did a really nice job. NeMesiS created some really nice XeniumICE kits for sure. I own a couple as well and I'm super happy with it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Once I have a spare moment, I'll find you some part numbers. If I haven't responded to you quick enough, shoot me off a PM as a reminder. Cheers.
  8. I'll make another caddy to hold the 2.5" HDD and the ogx360. (One day this year, I hope.) Yes, I could easily have that manufactured in bulk but I'd need to order several hundreds of them to make it worthwhile to the manufacturer. I'd have a huge concern about the actual demand though. Only a small amount of people actually have the X3CP and an even smaller amount of people who have an X3CP would also want to do an internal ogx360. (A lot of people are quite happy just to use the external ogx360.) The cable is very easy to make. You would simply cut the end off a Micro USB cable and attach the required plug to the little USB board that comes with the X3CP (or you could even by-pass the little USB board altogether and plug right into the USB port header on the X3CP.
  9. Just use the Xbox One controller with the original Xbox. (ref: ogx360). Send me if PM if you're interested as I sell them.
  10. I highly recommend trying the ArduinoProm (by Ryan Wendland). https://github.com/Ryzee119/ArduinoProm I made one and it works perfectly. It uses only an Arduino Pro Micro (5V) and connects through USB. Super easy to make.
  11. I'm in Alberta and I sell the OGX360 wireless adapters (internationally). PM me if you would like. I've got lots of stock and offer some really cool products for the original Xbox as well.
  12. @CorpusDeal is spot on. The current firmware versions (note plural) support both wired Xbox One controllers and wireless Xbox One controllers (and others such as PS4) via the 8bitdo Bluetooth adapter.
  13. If these are OpenXeniums then ensure that the CPLD is flashed with the current file. The latest version addressed some FRAG issues. https://github.com/Ryzee119/OpenXenium/releases
  14. I'm not sure if you needed an OpenXenium/Xenium JTAG programmer. If you do then I have two spare that I have tested and they work great. Xilinx DLC10. $40 US each plus shipping. PM if interested.
  15. Welcome, Lo Sceriffo! This is a great place and also it has a great Facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1472107969726621/

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