Build an unique two player NES to USB adapter with this circuit.
BRD-ANODENES $22.99 CAD (approx. $17.24 USD )
Product Description: This is the board we use to build our anodized aluminium 2x NES to USB adapter. Now
it is your turn to be creaative and come up with an amazing enclosure (send us pictures!).
The board, already assembled and programmed, takes care of all the USB interfacing details
so you can focus on the enclosure. For greater flexibiliy, the only components left
to solder are the connectors (included).
Standard NES connectors.
Supports NES controllers. (Tested with NES-004, NES-004E, NES-039, NES-027 (Nes MAX), QS-112, Nes Advantage)
Compatible with the NES four score.
No drivers required (USB HID compatible)
Circuit board assembled except for the connectors.
Two NES connectors.
Mini USB cable.
Enclosure. (You must provide one, using the unit without an enclosure is not recommended).
Note: Prices are in canadian dollars (CAD) and may change without prior notice. If necessary, currency conversion will be done automatically by PayPal.
Orders are normally prepared and shipped within 5 business days. unless otherwise noted.
time varies according to the country of destination, but between 4 and 10 business days are typical.
days are Monday to Friday, with the exception of holidays (Canadian or in the destination country).
We ship from Canada.
Orders shipped outside Canada may, depending on the destination country, incur additional import duties,
taxes and charges. Those are not included and are the buyer's responsibility. Be aware that for some countries, the additional fees can be very significant (eg: Over half the product price). It is your responsability to research prior to placing an order.
IMPORTANT: This is not a complete list. If your controller or game does not appear here, it simply
means that we did not get the chance (or the idea) to test it, or that no one let us know that it works.
This product is an implementation of the following open source project:
2 NES/SNES to USB.
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