Sorgelig wrote:Newsdee wrote:The goal would be to make a lag free adapter which could support as many legacy formats as possible
then bliss-box posted above should be exactly what you want.
Newsdee wrote:It's too expensive. At ~$120 it costs the same as two Retro Freak adapters; that also does what I want Or I could get individual adapters at $20 each too. But thanks for pointing it out, It's a good product.
I suppose I could breadboard a discrete adapter to start and go from there.
Sorgelig wrote:You don't need any other components for you converter. Just wire any retro joystick directly to its GPIO and write the firmware
Newsdee wrote:I wonder if the MCU could handle four connectors sharing the ground, VCC, and CLK.
Newsdee wrote:I've been playing with Eagle while I wait for the Nano to arrive.
Newsdee wrote:I found this... it's similar to what I have i mind, but not entirely DIY friendly as it needs SMD soldering.
Sorgelig wrote:i've though converter on arduino micro is what you wanted originally. And it only needs connector soldering. What's wrong with that?
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