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Topic # 111946 20-Nov-2012 17:32
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Hi guys. does anybody here have a spare Sidewinder Precision Pro with a USB adapter lying around, they will consider selling?

Modern entry level joysticks don't even come close to this model.

Name your price. I was thinking $15 with a maximum probably $20, considering it's quite a dated model.

Thanks.

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  Reply # 720260 20-Nov-2012 18:06
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I have a Sidewinder Force Feedback 2, is that the same?


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  Reply # 720269 20-Nov-2012 18:25
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I too have a Force Feedback pro, only problem is they don't do USB.

Best Joystick ever built! I also have the MS Force Feedback wheel which unfortunately doesn't do USB either.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 720271 20-Nov-2012 18:27
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Ah, mine is USB.




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  Reply # 720273 20-Nov-2012 18:30
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peejayw: I have a Sidewinder Force Feedback 2, is that the same?



Slightly newer/better then the Precision Pro, does it have a USB adapter?

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  Reply # 720274 20-Nov-2012 18:31
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No adaptor, it has a power cable and a usb cable.

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  Reply # 720278 20-Nov-2012 18:34
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its pretty darn big and the force feedback has quite a kick to it.

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