SNES Super Advantage Joystick by ASCII to USB Question


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I have the old school SNES Super Advantage Joystick by ASCII and saw amazon selling the USB adapters to convert them for use on your PC

Has anyone tried the adapter with the Super Advantage joystick and the Snes9x emulator?
I want to know if it works before I buy it
or if someone can recommend an alternative that's worked for them?



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Originally Posted by Test007
My old school joystick is good, but I need a USB adapter for a Snes9x emulator. Does anyone know an alternative website to write my essay fast product reviews?

I used a Raphnet USB adapter for the original SNES controller. Currently choosing between Raphnet and Tomee adapters.


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