t2:usage_guides:controllers:xbox360

Xbox 360 Controllers

Xbox 360 official and third-party controllers are supported by the Titan Two and can be used to play on all compatible gaming systems.

Controller Protocol


Relevant information about the Xbox 360 controller protocol.

USB Polling Interval 4ms
Device Authentication YES enumeration

Specific Features


Titan Two support for Xbox 360 specific features.

Player LEDs YES
Rumble (Vibration) YES
Chatpad YES Xbox 360 wired controller required
Headset YES Xbox 360 wired controller required

Wired Connection (USB)


Requirements

  1. Xbox 360 Wired Controller.

Regular Usage

  1. Connect the controller USB plug to the Titan Two USB port labeled INPUT-A or INPUT-B.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The play-and-charge cable does not transmit data and does not turn a wireless 360 controller into a wired one.

Wireless (Adapter)


Requirements

  1. Xbox 360 Wireless Controller;
  2. Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver 1).

First-time Configuration

Pairing:

  1. Connect the Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver to the Titan Two USB port labeled INPUT-A or INPUT-B;
  2. Press the sync button on the Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver until the green LED starts flashing;
  3. Press and hold the sync button on the Xbox 360 wireless controller;
  4. The LED ring will start flashing and after few seconds it should be paired with the Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver.

Regular Usage

  1. Connect the Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver to the Titan Two USB port labeled INPUT-A or INPUT-B;
  2. Press the Guide button on the controller to start wireless connection.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Authentication with the Xbox 360 consoles does not work over wireless connection.
t2/usage_guides/controllers/xbox360.txt · Last modified: 2018/01/21 05:02 by J2Kbr