Trio Linker II Plus

Trio Linker II Plus

Compatible with Windows™ (PC)
24h In stock, usually ships within 24hrs.


Compatible With Windows™ (PC)
24h In stock, usually ships within 24hrs
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  • Supports PS2™, GC™ and DC™ controllers on PC simultaneously.
  • Compatible with official PS2™, GC™, DC™ controllers and a majority of compatible controllers.
  • Supports Joy2key, Key Mapping and force feedback function.


Using the Trio Linker, you can either connect your PS™/PS2™, Gamecube™ or Dreamcast™ joypads to your PC USB port.This new version also supports Dreamcast™ sticks and steering wheels.

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PAX-Code PAX0001574268
Item Code  0817064000378


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Average rating:  (4 out of 5)
Total votes:5

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sergioabel7 (1) on 25, Jul. 2017 12:06 (HKT)
Good product
Bought this to use an official dreamcast stick to play Street Fighter 5. Was amazed at how well it worked. All buttons work, start too. This is on W10 64 bit.
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dennypriyatna (1) on 24, Feb. 2010 11:55 (HKT)
Trio Linker II Plus does'nt work!!
This device does'nt work with topway DC steeringwheel, what should i do?
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rspaans (1) on 16, Sep. 2007 01:56 (HKT)
Doesn\'t work with dance pads
I bought this one because I needed a converter in order to connect my Cobalt Flux to the PC, and the Trio Linker Plus was the recommended adapter. The old Trio Linker was sold out, so I figured I couldn\'t go wrong with this one.

Unfortunately, even though it says on the package that it support dance pads, this is not the case. It has got the axis problem (meaning left-right and up-down jumps are impossible). It is a hardware problem, and not possible to fix via drivers.

Also, it seems that the converter I got was detect, as it doesn\'t register when I press left. Since I ordered overseas and the item was cheap, I decided to just write it off.

I hope EMS will chance their decision about \"upgrading\" the hardware and start to offer again a converter that doesn\'t have the axis problem.
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thedancemasta (1) on 23, Jun. 2007 11:34 (HKT)
vista :-(
this product DOES NOT work well with windows vista AT ALL! i plugged in my ps2 controller only to find that i could not use the analog sticks on any of my games same with the gamecube controller and it would not register 2 buttons simultaneously on my blueshark metal dance pad. I was VERY dissappointed.
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cjmanca (1) on 22, Jun. 2007 23:59 (HKT)
Doesn\'t work with Dance Pads
The original Trio Linker Plus worked great with DDR pads, but version 2 has the standard axes problem, where you can\'t hold down left/right, and up/down at the same time, which of course makes jumps impossible, as well as just steping from arrow to arrow.

The official forums state that this is a hardware issue, and cannot be corrected with a driver patch, so don\'t expect to see this changing any time soon.

On the other hand, it seems to work great with a standard PS2 controller in other games... virtually lag free... so if you aren\'t connecting a DDR pad to it, it may be worth getting.
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