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6-FT Controller Extensions; Where to buy?
Topic Started: Jul 15 2012, 08:39 PM (2,044 Views)
brown duckz
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I'm in need of 4 of the extension cords. Who is the best person/place to buy these? Looking for a combination of good price & product!

This is what I've found so far, (4) Interact brand, bulk packaging on eBay for $13.95 shipped (link below)

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Edited by brown duckz, Jul 15 2012, 08:39 PM.
I currently own humble, but nice collections of NTSC-U; NES, SNES, N64, GameCube, Wii

Currently taking a break from a 2012 collecting binge.
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DeeMoney
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Looks like that could go alright. With over 200 sold id say that a good deal.
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brown duckz
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Just purchased them. The seller has a set made by Yobo and one made by Interact.
I currently own humble, but nice collections of NTSC-U; NES, SNES, N64, GameCube, Wii

Currently taking a break from a 2012 collecting binge.
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Norcal
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Hope those work out for you :)
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danny_galaga
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pretty sure mine are Yobo. They work fine. Hard to go wrong with controller extensions. The big problem is with AV leads. The aftermarket ones are too thin, making for a crappy signal.

Yobo controllers suck though!
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retrozombieslayer
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Holy Nintendo, Batman!
I have bought mine at the Racketboy online store:
http://www.racketboy.com/store/nintendo-64-n64/n64-extension-cable.html
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Viper0hr
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I love those things. I keep every one I find.
Bounty: Looking for Orge Battle on SNES(CIB Helps)
Also CIB games in general.
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Meader
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Whichever ones I got were only 1.99 each.
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maezun
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Try eBay! I got 4 of them for 12 :)
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Culbert17
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They look amazing. I don't remember them from back in the day.
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Plotdevicelad
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Respawn Gaming in southeast Texas carries these for $10 before tax.
https://www.facebook.com/Respawn.Gaming.setx/
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Dewalt
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All the cords I've gotten, none have worked with memory cards or the transfer pak.
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BooMan
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I had an extension cable that I never used so I made it into a lanyard for when I go to conventions. You know cause I'm a nerd and stuff.
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1985gamer
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Sep 22 2016, 08:43 AM
All the cords I've gotten, none have worked with memory cards or the transfer pak.
You must be unlucky I got one off eBay for 2 recently and works fine with both.
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MymeeN64
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I got mine super cheap off eBay, I think from china? $1.61 each. I plug them into each other so I can sit all the way across the room. They have always worked with anything and everything.
"Mom, can I play pretendo?" -Nathan, age 4 :wub:

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D.J Cat
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What about putting a few together, with an N64 controller plugged in of course and using it as a grappling hook?

(pics of the Editorial from N64 Gamer with the reference to that idea coming soon...when I have time and find a way to upload pics easily...ie not photobucket...so 2023 maybe?)
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MymeeN64
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Hahaha! You would have To tie the connected ends together so they won't come apart with the body weight.

You said grappling hook and, at first, I pictured some kind of weapon.
"Mom, can I play pretendo?" -Nathan, age 4 :wub:

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