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  1. Hi all, Long time modder and lurker, first time poster but I wanted to share a project I have been working on the last couple months. It is a small PCB which allows you to use Wireless Xbox 360 controllers (via the Xbox 360 USB Wireless Receiver) on an OG Xbox console. The design is loosely based on another similar project I did for the Nintendo 64 console https://imgur.com/gallery/HVLea3d Following the release of this board another forum user sent me an email asking if this device could be adapted for the OG Xbox, and funnily enough that was the next thing I was going to attempt! I wanted to support the following features atleast: Up to four players with rumble support. 100% USB Bus Powered so no external power supply needed. Fast bootup time, so it's up and running in time for the OG Xbox. Low input lag. As always, this is a hard thing to measure, however I can say that an OG Xbox controller is polled by the console every 4ms or so. My software gathers all the Xbox 360 wireless controller data, collates it and generates all the HID reports every 4 ms aswell. It's possible an input may miss this 4ms window, so would happen in the next 4ms window. As you probably know, an OG Xbox controller is basically a USB HID device, however it has some custom requests and other slight differences, meaning that it doesn't work on a Windows machine without a custom driver, and conversely a generic HID controller will not work in an OG Xbox so there was some work in getting a reliable and compatible solution working. To support four controllers, it is necessary to have 4x Full USB device controllers. However I imagine most people would rarely play with 4 people at once so my design is modular meaning you can support anywhere from one up to 4 players as required to keep cost down. This is a link to the github repo with what I came up with https://github.com/Ryzee119/ogx360 A link to my etsy store where you can buy one pre-assembled https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/672315615/ogx360-add-wireless-xbox-360-controller Cheers!
  2. As always, the finished product goes first. The system is a XChip modded xbox running XBMC. Has 4,000 games backedup on it (Coinops-NES, Atari 2600, N64, PS1, Arcade games and everything inbetween. Including some PC game ports as well as backed up Xbox games with custom maps and features). But, there's a twist. It can use original, unmodified NES controllers. And full SNES controllers with a simple SNES>NES adapter (Fun fact, they have the same contacts, just different plugs). This is designed to be a very long lasting Xbox. It runs under 100 degrees Fahrenheit and everything is plug n play so if I need to change the motherboard or PSU out its as easy as Legos. And as always, the unit is designed to be used by strangers at large events when its not sitting in front of my own TV, so its built quite rugged. For the case I went to eBay and simply searched "aluminum enclosure" until I found something I liked. When it arrived, it looked something like below. Then I used a drill press to slowly and methodically drill out the holes I wanted, then I filed them down. Luckily I no longer have to do this method for my consoles as I found someone who can reliably mill my holes out for me. While this method worked, its missing that final 5% that really makes you go "wow". For the NES ports, I used a microcontroller to imitate the OG xbox controller and let me use unmodified NES controllers instead. To switch between the NES and Xbox controllers, you just have to push the button next to the controller port, its that simple. I have adapters to allow me to use SNES controllers as well. Luckily its just a physical difference for the plug, like having a USB-mini to USB micro adapter. While I like the duke controller, I can now use more simple controllers for games that dont required joysticks. While its tempting to have my new contact professionally remake a front bezel for me to really polish it off, I would rather that money go toward a new project.
  3. Does anyone have any tips for making the controller s wireless? My understanding is that the yellow wire isn't needed and the posts are just usb 1.1. I can fit a 5v battery in the controller and I can get a recharge circuit, so that's the battery covered. Would 2 of these be suitable to solder, one in the controller and the other inside the xbox? https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/202172642349?chn=ps&ul_ref=https%3A%2F%2Frover.ebay.com%2Frover%2F1%2F710-134428-41853-0%2F2%3Fmpre%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.ebay.co.uk%252Fi%252F202172642349%253Fchn%253Dps%26itemid%3D202172642349%26targetid%3D520884085919%26device%3Dm%26adtype%3Dpla%26googleloc%3D1006816%26poi%3D%26campaignid%3D1594021339%26adgroupid%3D62960991511%26rlsatarget%3Dpla-520884085919%26abcId%3D1139126%26merchantid%3D118951391%26gclid%3DCjwKCAiAgrfhBRA3EiwAnfF4tlNEH_Khzzqr0_gSwgxwiTNZS9s4t5kY_-pYXpeb-v4Px1HkMcnrhhoCYvIQAvD_BwE%26srcrot%3D710-134428-41853-0%26rvr_id%3D1805951190053%26rvr_ts%3D17ace08c1680aaa276b2dfd6ffd10d47 Any help would be great
  4. Hi , I would like to buy some "cheap practice" xboxes to do various mods on them. also would like some wireless logitech controllers without paying an unrealistic high amount for them. Preferably from belgium (because that would remove possible expensive shipping costs) but if its affordable to ship from somewhere else then its fine by me.
  5. $250 FIRM including shipping + PayPal fee (USA shipping only). No trades I have have an awesome modded Original Xbox that is heavily modded with the very best retro arcade/home console/portable console, and retail Xbox games. Here is what is included: - Original Xbox System, v1.4 motherboard in great physical/functional condition. It is TSOP modded, has a SATA to IDE adapter that has a quick boot up time (15 seconds). The system has been thoroughly cleaned, and CPU/GPU has had new thermal compound applied (Arctix MX-4) - Philips DVD-ROM drive that plays Original games, DVD movies, and burned discs. No sticky tray issue. - 2TB Seagate Constellation ES ST2000NM0011 7200 rpm/64mb cache SATA hard drive + 80-wire IDE cable for fastest transfer speeds. I also did the Hard Drive caddy mod for better air flow to the hard drive. - 2 green Microsoft brand S-Controllers (they have both been cleaned and all buttons/sticks tested) included, so you and a friend can play. - HDTV Component video cable for up to 720p/1080i HDTV (currently set at 720p). No HDMI. - Microsoft branded DVD remote + dongle (batteries not included) - XBMC4Gamers dashboard installed, which allows for game synopsis, preview videos, and custom icons and backgrounds. I have custom icons for all games, and retro systems, and preview videos for the Xbox games. - 757 Original Xbox games, 66 arcade/console/portable systems, 10 homebrew games, 17 PC ports Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  6. Each controller has its own separate issue. Wireless has power issue, buggered solder job. no breakaways majority are chewed wiring issues. Top right is 360 with cord issue 30 CAD + shipping.
  7. I've just spent the better part of a weekend doing Xbox controller repairs, and my hands are killing me. I've repaired enough, it's time to let the rest of these go. Here we have what's left of my repair pile - 6 S-controllers, and three 3rd party controllers. None of them work properly. Most of them just need cord repair. Some of them have been opened. The green one is pretty much trashed. There's enough meat left on the bones left here to make at least 3-6 working controllers, depending on how much repair you want to do. $25 shipped CONUS via USPS Priority Mail Large Flat rate box. Thanks for looking!

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