This adapter makes it possible to use Sega Saturn peripherals (controllers, mouse)
on a PC through an USB port.
The current firmware supports:
The Basic controllers (ABCXYZ, L/R and Start buttons). Tested with: Sega HSS-0101, Sega MK-80116, Super Pad 8 (P-400), Horipad SS (HSS-11)
The analogic controller. Tested with: Sega MK-80117.
The mouse (aka "Shuttlemouse"). Tested with Sega HSS-0102.
Should also work with the twinsticks.
Multitap not supported.
Thanks to USB HID compliance, the adapter works immediately on most modern operating systems without installing special drivers. Tested under Linux*, Windows 7/8 64-bit and Sony Playstation 3.
Supports analogic controller (MK-80117)
Supports the Horipad SS (HSS-11)
HSS-0102 Shuttlemouse supported
Performance Super Pad 8 (P-400) supported
Win 7 (Device detected)
Win 7 (Joystick dialog)
Win 7 (Hybrid mouse/joystick)
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Sega saturn controller to USB adapter
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