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Anyone internalized memory card/wireless receiver?
Anyone internalized memory card/wireless receiver? –
Like the topic says, just finished this job up on my XBOX & Wii, wondering if anyone had done this to the PS2.
Suppose you could but the only place you could store it would be above the ps2 (on the old models, don't know the internals of the slim offhand). Not sure I'd want to store flash chips 24/7 above a heating element.
No way that im sure of doing it to a slim. The old fattys is your best bet. The slims you CAN use external but thats not what you want to do.
Probably only able to do this on the ol' fat boy consoles, and even then it'll be a chore as you really don't want to locate that stuff over the heat sink. Looking at my v9 while it was open, I only saw one kind of good spot to put it, and that was the HDD expansion bay... it would fit in there even if the user was using it (granted, it'd be a tight fit and not so sure it would work with the 'official' PS2 HDD, probably just regular IDE ones).
Be interested to see pictures of this when it was done (hell, I'm tempted to attempt it myself )
I would be interested in building IR receiver in my fat PS2, but how would the controller port then work with controller also plugged in? What i've heard, it's plugged on controller port.
There are lots of unoficial ir receivers wich feature a slot for a normal pad (or another ir receiver).
Originally Posted by MysTiCy
It just does as if the ir remote and the pad where the same device.
On v9+ consoles IR receiver is embedded and features support for tray ejecting and power on/off and reset.
So anyone have the circuit for building the IR interface? Can't find anything on net.