Playstation to Vectrex Controller Adapter!
This adapter allows you to use most any standard Playstation joypad/joystick/driving controller with the Vectrex. No modifications need to be performed on either the controller or the Vectrex. (No soldering, no cutting traces, no opening cases-- just plug in the adapter, plug in the Playstation controller and start playing your Vectrex!)
If you're outside the continental US, please email me for a price with shipping since the Paypal button won't handle international shipping stuff...
At this time Paypal is the only method to order. If you just absolutely can not use Paypal, please drop me an email and we'll work something out.
|Sorry, but I just don't have the time to produce the PSX to Vectrex adapter anymore. Orders already received will be filled as soon as I get a chance to finish up more cables.|
supports all Playstation joypads/sticks I've run across (including dual-shock analog sticks)
Full analog and Digital support
Plug-n-Play with off-the-shelf PSX controls-- no modifications required to the controller
neGcon support (analog "driving" control for PSX) with analog buttons
Full Logitech 2.4GHz *WIRELESS* joypad support (this is far and away my favorite feature right now! The Logitech controller is really good-- infinitely better than those crappy 900MHz ones from MadKatz and the like... :-)
"pad"/"stick" modes (use either ,O,^,X as B1, B2, B3, B4 with Joypads or use L1,,^,R1 for "Arcade Sticks")
"Right Thumb" mode-- use right analog stick as Vectrex stick and either L1/L2/R1/R2 buttons of D-pad buttons for Vectrex B1/B2/B3/B4 buttons. Press down (to activate the Joy-left or Joy-right button in a Playstation Dual-shock type joypad) on the joystick you want to use and the controls switch on the fly to use that stick and button set.
User definable button functions are saved in EEPROM when the Vectrex is turned off-- they're recalled next time you turn the machine back on.
"digital centering" function is available in case your Vectrex doesn't see "true center" on the joystick ports anymore.
No longer available..
firstname.lastname@example.org (Clay Cowgill)