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Posted byEP
Posted on04/14/05 01:48 AM



> the EMS USB2 adapter supports the PS2 Logitech Cordless Action? I just got the
> Super Dual Box and it doesn't. I heard some people that got a few select
> adaptors to work with the Cordless Action. The only working adaptor that I heard
> of is the one from Radio Shack. It's called PSX-to-USB Game Adapter with
> Vibration Driver. I may go get one this weekend but it has only one port where
> as the Super Dual Box has two ports. BTW: the Super Dual Box is great with my
> regular PS1 and PS2 controllers just not my wireless Logitech.
>
> So now after my own experience and countless google searches looking for info I
> came up with this:
>
> non-working with PS2 Logitech Cordless Action
> Rockfire USB adapter
> SmartJoyPlus USB adapter
> Super Dual Box
>
> The PS2 Logitech Cordless Action is a great controller once you get use to it.
> It is perfect for doing fireballs, dragon punches, and other motions on the
> weird cross pad. The responce time is great and I still find myself forgetting
> that it's wireless. The only drawback to this controller is the buttons stick
> after using it a lot.
>
> So if anyone here can name any that work for sure with the Cordless action
> please feel free to reply to this post. Thanks
>
> EP
>

I ordered one of these EMS USB 2 adapters on Monday and received it earlier today. I decided to finally get one because I found a guys site, after thousands of google searches, which mentioned he got some wireless Logitech PSX controllers to work with his. So, I got my EMS USB Dual Shooter Gun Controller Converter earlier today.

Getting it to work was a bit of a problem at first but then I realized I hadn't moved the switch on the back to pc. I could have sworn it was already on pc but it wasn't. I simply removed the unknown USB device in the device manager and rebooted. Windows loaded up and found the device properly. I first tested the adapter with my PS2 dual shocks and it works like a charm just like the Super Dual Box. I then crossed my fingers and sure enough it worked with my PS2 Logitech Cordless Action. It makes a great cordless controller for the PC. Now I got to get another controller since it works so well.

EP

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*EMS USB2 adapter and emus  randem03/23/05 02:59 PM
.*Does anyone know if..  EP03/30/05 02:13 AM
...Re: Does anyone know if..  EP04/14/05 01:48 AM
.*Oh Man,..Things just got a bit more complicated...  randem03/24/05 09:37 PM
.*I have delay problems with some of those converters  HyperYagami03/23/05 06:26 PM
.*Re: EMS USB2 adapter and emus  pakoman03/23/05 06:12 PM
.*Well.  B. Yuukai03/23/05 06:10 PM
..*Re: Well.  randem03/23/05 06:58 PM
...*It's all good...when it works. n/t  B. Yuukai03/24/05 06:27 PM
...*It's worked almost flawlessly for me....  Pinto Bravo03/24/05 01:54 PM
....*Its a great adapter  Pr3tty F1y03/24/05 02:19 PM
.....*I have that rumble prob NT Thanks for the tip.  [seh]03/29/05 10:38 AM
.....*Re: Its a great adapter  randem03/24/05 09:05 PM
.....*The latest driver set fixes those issues, try beta release n/t  B. Yuukai03/24/05 06:22 PM