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Old 08 December 2016, 17:55   #26
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Originally Posted by amiman99 View Post
Nice work!

I have a similar idea to yours, BUT using full board replacement for easy swap, just add wires, remove the original pcb, pop a new one and ready to go.

Have you considered this way?

Personally I don't have time to do it myself, maybe some day. So far I got my basic parts, like 74LS165 and 74LS125.
If you decide to do something like that, you may want to consider targeting the iBuffalo USB SNES controller. It's cheap (around $12), well made and preserves existing SNES controllers from being destroyed. However it's internal PCB is a different size than the original SNES controllers so one board won't fit both.

If you haven't seen one before, I did a video on it earlier this year and tore both an original SNES controller and ibuffalo controller down and compared them:

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I really think the iBuffalo would be a cheap and very good CD32 controller replacement.
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