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    Default SNES aftermarket controllers pics- DOCS/Triffix/Konami/Hori

    I'm looking for pics of a few different controllers that I heard about but cannot find. So if you have any of these controllers, please post a pic.

    Table Top Controller by DOCS
    Fighter Control Pad by Triffix
    Super Link Multiplayer Adapter by Hori(not by BPS)
    Super Turbo Controller by Hori
    Radical FX by DOCS
    Hyperpad Wireless by Konami
    Cyberpad by Suncom

    These are the only ones that I really need though you are welcome to post others.

    Also, if you have a custom arcade controller for SNES, I'd like to see those pics too.

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    Default Re: SNES aftermarket controllers pics- DOCS/Triffix/Konami/H

    Quote Originally Posted by 50TBRD
    Hyperpad Wireless by Konami
    I assume this should be the Hyperbeam, here is a picture:



    The picture is of the SNES & NES version, there's also a variant compatible with only the SNES.

    If I come across any of the others, I'll let you know.
    I'm always looking for new boxed NES accessories. If you've got any for sale, shoot me a PM!

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    Hyperpad is what one website called it. I have seen similar units on Ebay, which I guess are the SNES only model. Thanks for the pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy_NES View Post
    I assume this should be the Hyperbeam, here is a picture:



    The picture is of the SNES & NES version, there's also a variant compatible with only the SNES.

    If I come across any of the others, I'll let you know.
    I'd love to have a controller that says Konami on it :P compatable with SNES too? That is very cool.

    Was there lag in those old IR pads? If not, I s'pose its not much different than line of sight to the Wii sensor bar.

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    Here is the Hori SuperLink;



    As far as I can tell it is exactly the same as the BPS SuperLink.

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