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>> No.57835791 [View]
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Yup, though it won't be any longer in less than an hour now.

You asked for it.

Though I redid the wiring to the controller since this picture was taken.

>jaw game

Hit me up next thread and I'll have the whole folder uploaded for you. It's something between 300 and 500 images and I don't have the time to sift through all of that right now.

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These PCBs cost about a dollar in terms of materials, and I have to stock up on them anyway, so all that I'd bother charging you would be the shipping costs.
Drop me an email at [email protected] or just message me on telegram (https://telegram.me/seiden) if you're interested.

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Meh, certainly better than what I had done before that.

And those aren't resistors, nor were there any cold solder joints for that matter.

I'll take your word for it.

CM Rapid-i should suit what you're looking for, though I've seen people complain about the LEDs dying quite quickly in earlier models.

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Trust me anon, it's easy. Not to mention fun and really satisfying.

This is what my first time looked like, and it still worked perfectly fine. There's nothing to be afraid of, because no matter how much you fuck up, there's always a solution.
I bricked a PCB and ended up handwiring a board once. Nothing to be afraid of.

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It works with already existing drivers and is recognized as a keybard, a controller and as a gamepad. Go be an ignorant tripfag somewhere else.

This here doesn't make shit any easier when it comes to fitting it into a case.

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What kind of old keyboards (post pictures, I like to see pictures) ? Turning a keyboard into a fully programmable one with a teensy is not that difficult at all. If you can hold a soldering iron in place and you can follow some instructions then you're good to go.

Sure, it may not look pretty the first time around (or at least it didn't in my case), but it really is quite easy to do and a fun learning experience.

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