USB adapter - "Atari" joysticks to USB

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8 years 2 months ago #118012 by EreWeGo
Anyone seen these? Look like they could be quite useful:

www.stoneagegamer.com/atari-to-usb-adapter.html

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8 years 2 months ago #118015 by PeterSP72
I´ve recently bought an adapter like this for half the price on amazon.com. Works pretty good though...

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8 years 2 months ago #118016 by andib

I´ve recently bought an adapter like this for half the price on amazon.com. Works pretty good though...


Djowger made one for me.

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8 years 2 months ago #118020 by PeterSP72
I have a custom adapter myself as well, it also works very conveniently. I bought a Sega MD based adapter, and I´m very satisfied with it. It installs flawlessly and two player gaming works well also.

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6 years 8 months ago #126143 by Hubbs
Hello, I downloaded the Sensi package from this site not so long ago and it seems to work like a charm on my laptop :)

Thing is I have no idea how to play. I used to use the classic Cruiser Amiga joystick and couldn t really ever get on with anything else. What can I do to actually play again guys?? I need a stick! pads are hopeless.

Anyone use the old Atari 2600 stick with those adaptors? any good?

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6 years 6 months ago #126804 by PeterSP72
I get my adapters at Amazon. I use the Sega Genesis/MD adaptor because of the six-button compatibility. A Amiga or Atari retro stick (almost all one button stick or pad) is also compatible.

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6 years 6 months ago #126904 by Hubbs
OK I have my old Amiga Cruiser joysticks now, is it possible to get an adapter that is USB to an old Amiga stick (not kempston the other one). Any links?

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6 years 6 months ago #126911 by Hubbs

www.raphnet-tech.com/products/atari2usb/...hp?category=Adapters

www.retrousb.com/product_info.php?products_id=70


OK these look great! will both work with an Amiga Cruiser stick? they only mention Atari but they all seem to have the same 9pin plugin port so I m guessing they are good. The other question is which one is better?? Raphnet is a little more expensive and offers two choices...so which one would I need?

ADAP-DB9JOY-USB or ADAP-DB9JOY-USB-NC ??

And will these work OK on Windows 7?

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