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    Post Xbox 360 Wired Controller for Windows [Authentic]

    Anyone has any idea where I can get one? Online shop would be much appreciated as I live outside Dhaka. Thanks in advance!

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    https://www.daraz.com.bd/microsoft-x...lack-7113.html

    Never shopped from them before ,so don't know much

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    The Daraz ones are replica albeit quite good ones. Can't tell for sure where you can find the original ones online though.

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    Xbox 360 wired ones are all replica cause its quite old. Get a Xbox One controller from Basundhara city for 3.5-4k.

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    Or you can import directly from Amazon with them

    https://www.facebook.com/BdEbayAmazonShop/


    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Official-Xb...red+controller

    they have their private courier service ,tell them to send the product through their courier or through other service .I have bought many thing from them ,they are trustworthy & with real professional service .Product might take 1 week to 2 week to arrive
    Last edited by djrock; June 10th, 2017 at 21:03.

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    All the wired controllers tend to die fast aswell. My PS2 wired controllers [except for the one that came with PS2] died within 1 year and at best 1.5 years. But my wireless PS2 controller is alive 4.3 years and still alive. The other wireless controller died within 2.8 years.

    Being that said, my replica Xbox 360 controller started to have connectivity issues within 2 years and now it often looses connection. Good news is that I was able to fix it by mummifying the wire:

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    So yeah, if you buy one, especially wired ones, then be ready to face unexpected issues. Especially issues with wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    All the wired controllers tend to die fast aswell. My PS2 wired controllers [except for the one that came with PS2] died within 1 year and at best 1.5 years. But my wireless PS2 controller is alive 4.3 years and still alive. The other wireless controller died within 2.8 years.

    Being that said, my replica Xbox 360 controller started to have connectivity issues within 2 years and now it often looses connection. Good news is that I was able to fix it by mummifying the wire:

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    So yeah, if you buy one, especially wired ones, then be ready to face unexpected issues. Especially issues with wires.
    Chittagon's Salty environment might have something to do with wire malfunctioning

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    here I am still using my chinese 500taka controller without any problemss for last 6 years. the only problem I face is setting up every damn time with xbox360ce software. anyway it would be better buying sabertooth or logitech controller instead buying any xbox controllers as they don't even provide any warranty and you never know which is replica or the original instead buying a branded product would be a smart choice

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    The replica xbox 360 controllers found in bd are really very good and very close to authentic ones in terms of compatibility, comfort and performance. I think there is no need to go for an authentic one spending ~ 4K. With that kind of money one can get an xbox one S (pc bluetooth supported) controller which has best compatibility with upcoming games (I bought one for 3.8K).

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    Thanks for the replies guys! I got a wireless one from Pickaboo which happened to be a replica. I sent them back this evening and I'm thinking of getting the Xbox One S one provided they refund me without giving trouble. Which shop in B.City carries those? Will they be able to courier it as I can't buy from them in person?

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