SNES Buttons

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Re: SNES Buttons

Post by Thijs852 » Fri Jul 01, 2016 3:10 am

In used original snes buttons. They look just a little bit smaller than the dmg ones.
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Re: SNES Buttons

Post by Kilren » Fri Jul 01, 2016 10:47 am

alien0matic wrote:
Kilren wrote:
Kilren wrote:
The buffalos measured 9.95mm and the GB buttons were 10.05mm No enough difference to make a difference.
I could have sworn that the GB buttons were 10.5. I'll measure again! :D
I bought a non oem shell that was suppose to be same spec. It's possible that they're smaller.

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Re: SNES Buttons

Post by skrapps914 » Fri Jul 01, 2016 1:16 pm

Kilren wrote:
alien0matic wrote:
Kilren wrote:
I could have sworn that the GB buttons were 10.5. I'll measure again! :D
I bought a non oem shell that was suppose to be same spec. It's possible that they're smaller.
i also bought a replica shell, and its a bit smaller. when i put the controller pcb in, on the left, the tab that goes through the hole to hold it in place, is significantly shorter than the original one as well.

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Re: SNES Buttons

Post by Blezio » Tue Aug 23, 2016 5:05 am

Did anyone try to use DualShock 4 buttons instead of SNES or Game Boy?
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Re: SNES Buttons

Post by Poppy McDoh! » Tue Aug 30, 2016 3:02 am

the china clone snes pads have buttons which not fit.
so, get an original snes pad or cloned DMG01 buttons. they fit!

more infos:
http://www.objectproject.net/zeroboy/bu ... urchmesser

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