DIY kit 2X joysticks + 20x LED Arcade Buttons Game Controller kit for MAME and Raspberry Pi - Red + Blue Color. Build your own arcade retro games cabinet, enjoy the fun of home game console. It's also a perfect gift for the kids.
Each Encoder has its own USB cable to make sure that multiplayer can play the games in the same condition!
The Joystick is an 8 way professional joystick!
The buttons are 5V LED Illuminated push buttons with build-in microswitches inside.
The button default is as lit all the time.
Joystick and Small Button Hole diameter: 24mm. Large Button Hole diameter: 28-30mm.
Above all, this kit is the perfect kit for you to build a 2 player USB MAME Cabinet!
We will put a install description inside the package so there is no worry about the DIY project!
- 2 x Zero Delay LED USB Encoder.
- 2 x USB Cables.
- 2 x 5 Pin wires for Joystick.
- 20 x 3 Pin wires for LED Push Buttons.
- 10 x Red 30mm Ring-Fixing LED Push Buttons as fight buttons.
- 10 x Blue 30mm Ring-Fixing LED Push Buttons as fight buttons.
- 2 x 5 Pin, 8 way joystick (1x Red, 1x Blue).
- 1 x Install Description.
Tips for Installation:
1. Please read our user manual before starting your DIY actions.
2. It's very important! Connect Joystick's 5 pin cable to the 5 pin slot that's opposite the USB-B terminal. A lot of people connect the joystick to the wrong 5 pin slot.
3. There is no need to separate the button's functions when you connect wire to push buttons and encoder board except you want add "Auto-Fire", " Tubro", "Clear" and " Mode" Functions. All the fight button functions can be set in MAME or RetroPie. "Auto-Fire", "Tubro","Clear" and "Mode" functions have its own slot on the encoder board.
4. For Professional Players: We suggest you change all the buttons and joysticks into SANWA Brand or SEIMITSU Brand.
Tips for New User:
1. The item needs to work with MAME emulator. So before you build your own project, please download one to work with the parts.
2. If you use this kit to build your own Raspberry Pi Retropie Projects, please search the steps before your DIY.