Ho-ho-holy-discount-batman! GC+ on SALE!

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  1. Noah The Manager Staff Member . . .

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    To celebrate the holiday season, we are putting the famous GC+ on a nice Christmas Sale!

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    Price: $15 + shipping
    Availability: In Stock!

    DISCLAIMER:
    The GC+ boards are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Boards will not be held for those who do not have funds available at the time of purchase!

    BUY HO-HO-HERE!
     
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  2. GingerOfOz no wario Staff Member . .

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    Hi, I'm new to the whole modding thing, and just had a few quick questions about the product.
    It looks like I need a wii to set it up, but I'm trying to build a GC portable. I have a Homebrewed Wii. I can still use it with the GC after setting it up on the Wii, right?
    Is there any reason to NOT buy it with the resistors installed?
    And can I reconnect the original GameCube buttons/ joysticks to the board?

    I know you guys recommend doing a Wii portable, but I unfortunately stumbled across this forum after I asked for various GameCube things.

    Thanks!
     
  3. Noah The Manager Staff Member . . .

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    Nope, it's literally a controller. Just plug in and go. Not setup required. The homebrew app is for configuring deadzones and updating the firmware. The DOL might even work on GameCube, I am not sure. @Aurelio would be able to answer that question.

    Not that I know of. They are used for the dual-tact mod which nearly everyone puts in GC/Wii portables so unless you plan on single tact then no, get them pre-soldered.

    Yes.
     
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    Thanks for the answers!
     
  5. Aurelio The Fixer ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ Staff Member . . . . .

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    The configuration homebrew is available also for the Gamecube, but you need to have the possibility to run homebrews (if you are using a WASP Fusion you are fine). Anyway as Noah told you the configuration homebrew is something not strictly needed (although you should use it so that you can update GC+ firmware).

    Those resistors are needed for the dual-tact mod. Unless you are going to use the stock sliders for L and R then you will need them. Anyway if you don't get them presoldered they will come in the package along with the GC+ so you can always solder them later if you aren't sure right now (they are 0805 SMD resistors, not too hard to solder)
     
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    Hey, I went to go buy one, but the whole store appears to be down. Both the home store screen and the GC+ screen give me the same error about something being down on line 17.

    I'll check back later.
    Thanks for your answers.
     
  7. Noah The Manager Staff Member . . .

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    The store is currently offline while I perform some maintenance. It'll be back online when we do the gift card giveaway.
     
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