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    Default WTB: someone to make me this adapter

    Everyone tells me that these are easy to make and I should try doing it myself, but I know I'd screw it up if I tried. So I figure it'd be best if I paid someone to do it for me.

    Looking for someone to make me a 360 adapter for my Cobalt Flux dance pad. Offering to pay $50 if you can supply the softpad guts yourself or $30 if you use my Konami softpad. I guess you can use a MadCatz control pad too but you'd need to get a project box for the board. Here's the instructions:

    http://www.bunkerguts.com/blog/?p=64

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaar View Post
    Ahhh, I posted about these X-Arcade adapters when they first came out and totally forgot about them. They're cheap enough so it doesn't hurt to try. Still gotta get a wired 360 controller though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norkusa View Post
    Ahhh, I posted about these X-Arcade adapters when they first came out and totally forgot about them. They're cheap enough so it doesn't hurt to try. Still gotta get a wired 360 controller though.
    Buy a cheap ripoff at GameStop, a used one is less than $15, I think. Or, the new afterglow game pads is about $30, and makes a really nice PC game pad.

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