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Turn your existing PS4 controller into a professional eSport elite controller
4 Ergonomic programable back buttons added
Maximum 15 buttons can be assigned to the back buttons
Easy for installation, soldering optional; Get installation video guide on YouTube by searching âExtremeRate PS4 DAWN Remap Guide”
Compatible with Gen 2 PS4 controller (JDM-040/050/055); Check the second picture of the listing before purchase
Color:Chameleon Green Purple
|Product Dimensions||6.1 x 3.5 x 0.6 inches|
|Item Weight||1.76 ounces|
|Shipping Weight||3.84 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Item model number||P4RM013|
4.1 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#27,602 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
|Date first listed on Amazon||November 21, 2019|
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
April 14, 2019
I have now had the product for a few days and Iâm encountering problems. Originally my review was 5 stars but for some odd reason the paddles keep going into remap mode randomly while playing games causing the paddles to be unresponsive. It only happens about once every hour or so but it has gotten me killed and itâs frustrating to see that the remap function light was activated. I know for a fact Iâm not holding r1+l1+down+x for 5 seconds in game. What gives? Otherwise it would be absolutely flawless… awaiting for a response please.
March 24, 2019
Leaving this at 5 stars for now, I will update it if things change. It is a new product but it was pretty simple to install. The hardest part by far was putting the back shell back on after everything was installed.
If you do not want to remap touchpad and R3/L3 this is a solderless so that is a huge plus.
P.S. Have some double-sided tape handy.
June 12, 2019
Overall a good idea and the kit does as advertised adding rear buttons, though several improvements are needed. I installed it on a JDM-040 that came with a new PS4 Pro.
The buttons can be remapped on the fly and feel pretty good. You can assign any of the shoulder buttons, the 4 face buttons, or the 4 d-pad directions to any of the rear buttons.
It is a good DIY option for someone who want to use an original Sony controller. The charging and wireless functions of the controller are unaffected and you can turn on the console with the controller and use the headset 3.5mm jack unlike with some third party controllers/mods.
No soldering required if you donât need to remap L3, R3, or the touchpad.
No drilling or cutting holes for buttons required because the replacement rear shell is provided.
There were few noticeable quality control issues with the kit. The original board/wiring I received had one of the four buttons not registering and I had to request a replacement. Second, one of the button covers was a darker color than the others (see pic). Finally, the molding of the rear shell is OK but not perfect – the seams in a few places where the front and rear meet like at the handles donât fit as neatly as the original shell and you can feel the unevenness while holding the controller.
The touch sensing foil for activating the remap mode isnât great. When itâs installed in the recommended location, it triggers the remap mode accidentally if I rest the controller on my lap. I had to move the foil to a location under the light bar to prevent this from happening (see pic). Iâd suggest they just add another small button to activate remap instead of the touch foil because of this problem and because holding down L1+R1+D+X is annoying to do in-game.
Button placement depends on how you hold the controller, but for me all 4 buttons use the middle finger to reach and the upper buttons are in a location too easy to accidentally press. Iâd prefer if those were moved below to the handles and used ring finger or pinky to reach. This may or may not be possible due to clearance issues with the vibration motors.
I hope these are issues they can fix in a V2 of the kit, but it works pretty well if you get used to the faults.
Edit (1 month after installation): The carbon fiber pattern has started wearing off already in some places after about 30 hours of gaming, so be aware if you pick one of the versions with a printed pattern. See last pic. Buttons still work fine.
June 8, 2019
Finally a good paddle mod kit for the ps4 controller!
I have been wanting a controller with paddles for a long time now. I couldnât see myself spending $200 for a scuff controller when id rather build my own for a fraction of the price. I searched a couple months back and there was no kits available in this price range so I purchased the striker pack in which I was okay with for awhile until I got tired of always having to use a wire as well as having headset issue while trying to use the striker pack and headset at the same time. I eventually seeked out to find a better option. I stumbled across this kit and saw many great reviews on the product. I did a lot of research as well as watched many YouTube videos before I committed on purchasing the item for myself. After receiving the kit I looked up a tutorial and followed step by step in which it only took me about an hour to fully install. After I completed the installation I jumped into fortnite and was very impressed to see that all four paddles worked as expected at a fraction of the cost of a scuff controller! I am now ordering magnetic elite analog sticks to have removable and height adjustable analogs! I am so happy with the results of this kit!
April 15, 2019
The product itself is good, but I had quite a few issues installing it. One of them being that there is no explicit instruction in either the written or video instructions on how not to break the clips or the tabs that hold the controller together in the top right and top left. I marked them with red arrows in the picture. Be careful when taking your controller apart. In the video it shows them just prying it apart, but it really isn’t that easy without better instructions. You can hold the controller together with the screws alone if you screw it tight, but I rather not have broken anything at all while disassembling the controller faces. This was my first time soldering anything and I did it my first time through. That was the easiest part actually. However, do not make too big of a solder ball on the pcb or you won’t be able to close the controller. I would also have liked the wires that go to the R3 and L3 pads to be longer. To give you more working room while closing the controller, that is. The double sided tape that is attached to the extension board with the wires coming out needs to be a stronger adhesive. I had to tape over it so it wouldn’t fall out of place. The 4 extra buttons on the back are Omron switches. They feel very solid. Definitely like using them. The texture on the backplate is very smooth. Can easily be scratched by a sharp object like a screwdriver or tweezers. Be careful about that when working. Lastly, there is a touch sensitive tin foil that you can stick to the inside of your controller that provides a second means to program the controller. I found out I would accidentally hit this touch sensitive area while playing and so I simply snipped it off. The default way to program the controller is holding L1, R1, down and X at the same time.