t2:usage_guides:systems:computers

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Computers

All Window's, Linux and Mac computers are supported by the Titan Two. The Titan Two can connect to a computer via controller output, or via HID output.

System Polling Rate


Default and maximum USB polling rate supported by the computer system.

USB Default 1000Hz (1ms)
USB Maximum 1000Hz (1ms)

Wired Connection (No controller needed)


Requirements

  1. Provided Micro-USB cable.

First-time Configuration

  1. Configure the Output Protocol of the Titan Two to USB Xbox 360.
  2. Configure the Output Polling Rate and Input Polling Rate of the Titan Two to Protocol's Default

Regular Usage

  1. Connect any controller to INPUT-A on the Titan Two
  2. Connect the provided Micro-USB cable to the Titan Two USB port labeled OUTPUT;
  3. Connect the other end of the Micro-USB cable to any available USB port on the Computer.

Wired Connection (with Xbox One Controller)


Requirements

  1. Provided Micro-USB cable.
  2. Xbox One Controller for authentication

First-time Configuration

  1. Configure the Output Protocol of the Titan Two to USB Xbox 360.

Regular Usage

  1. Connect any controller to INPUT-A on the Titan Two
  2. Connect any official Xbox One controller to INPUT-B on the Titan Two (for authentication);
  3. Connect the provided Micro-USB cable to the Titan Two USB port labeled OUTPUT;
  4. Connect the other end of the Micro-USB cable to any available USB port on the Computer.
Note: After the initial device enumeration and authentication, the official Xbox One controller can be removed from the Titan Two.
t2/usage_guides/systems/computers.1598235866.txt.gz · Last modified: 2020/08/23 22:24 by sNAP