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Important: The PX5000 uses advanced self calibration technology to ensure absolute precision game control. Do not press any of the gamepad buttons or move the analogue mini joysticks until 5 seconds after pressing the reset button on the Sony PlayStation2. This may affect game play.
GETTING CONNECTED: ITS SO EASY!
1 Before you start, make certain that your Sony PlayStation2/ PS one/PlayStation is turned OFF! 2 Insert the Saitek PX5000 connector plug into one of your game consoles controller ports. one/PlayStation and start 3 Turn on your PlayStation2/PSto explore the rest of the manual up your favorite game. Be sure
to learn all about the playing modes and special options your new PX5000 gamepad has to offer. Have fun! Game Buttons (4) ANALOG SETUP

FEATURES AND CONTROLS

SELECT START D-Pad

LCD Display

L1 L2 MACRO TURBO R2 R1 Axis Lock Dials (2) Analog Mode LED Analog Joysticks (2)
(Right stick also used for selecting/setting LCD options in Setup Mode)
DIGITAL / ANALOG MODES AT A GLANCE

Power Up Default

ANALOG ANALOG

ANALOG LED

LEFT ANALOG STICK

RIGHT ANALOG STICK

DIGITAL
D-Pad Analog Stick Analog Stick

ANALOG

Rever ts back to default (Digital Mode)

1. A LOOK AT THE BASICS

Congratulations on your purchase of Saiteks exciting and innovative PX5000 gamepad! Besides bringing you unprecedented macro programming functions via a large LCD display, this fully analog gamepad will also provide precise and fluid game play in any situation! The PX5000 is compatible with the Sony PlayStation2/PS one/PlayStation line of video game consoles. As shown under Features and Controls, the PX5000 boasts 4 analog action buttons, 4 analog triggers, an analog D-Pad, and 2 analog mini-joysticks. Game compatibility is assured with your choice of Digital or Analog Modes, and you can easily add extra speed and power to the buttons of your choice by activating Turbo Mode. Youll benefit greatly from the unique Macro Mode feature, which can be used to program, store and retrieve a number of personalized macro sequences, instantly accessible at any time during your game! Whats more all your personalized macro sequences can be saved on the PX5000s built-in memory, even when you have disconnected the pad. In addition, the handy axis lock function allows you to lock both joysticks separately, for even greater control over game play in special situations. Saiteks noted DoubleShock 2 vibration effects provide all the realism youre looking for, with twin motors integrated into both sides of the PX5000. These motors, automatically activated in games supporting the vibration feature, offer feedback that varies from a slight jolt to full force!
2. DIGITAL VS. ANALOG MODE
Your PX5000 gamepad offers a choice between Digital and Analog Modes, allowing you to switch between the two for various types of games. The pad defaults to Digital Mode on power up. To switch over to Analog Mode at any time, simply press ANALOG. Whenever Analog Mode is active, the Analog Mode LED will turn on. Refer to the Digital/Analog Modes Chart for a summary of the settings. Note that some games will select the mode automatically, basically overriding any manual mode selection. Check your games documentation for details. Using the PX5000 in Digital Mode: In Digital Mode, the PX5000 acts like a standard PlayStation2/PS one/PlayStation gamepad. However, unlike most other gamepads, the PX5000 analog sticks also function in Digital Mode! As noted in the chart, Digital Mode causes the left analog stick to emulate the D-Pad, and the right analog stick to emulate the [, }, ], and { buttons. AN OVERVIEW OF THE LCD SYMBOLS 1. L1 and L2 Buttons 2. D-Pad Directional Indicators 3. Turbo Mode, Setup Mode, and Macro Mode Indicators 4. Macro Group Numbers 5. Mode Display/Editing Area 6. R1 and R2 Buttons 7. [, }, ], and { Buttons 8. Duration Indicator Bars 9. Directional Arrows

ENGLISH

Using the PX5000 in Analog Mode: In Analog Mode, your gamepad features all the standard digital functions, along with the activation of the dual analog sticks. This combination is perfect for games requiring a high level of control, since the pressuresensitive analog sticks offer increased precision and performance. The action buttons and the D-Pad also react to the amount of pressure applied, giving you the ultimate in control! For superior response in your driving and flying games, or any game where accuracy is essential, we recommend using Analog Mode. To take full advantage of the analog features, look for games with the Analog Controller Compatible label!

3. A GUIDE TO USING SETUP MODE
Setup Mode provides access to some of the PX5000 gamepads most unique features: Macro Mode, Turbo Mode, and Rename Mode! To program or edit information in any of these modes, you must always start out by pressing SETUP to enter Setup Mode. The display will show SETUP, along with the first menu option,. Pull the right-hand joystick down repeatedly to cycle through the other menu options: , , and then back to. Check out the rest of this section for complete details on using these extraordinary modes! Before you go on to learn about Setup Mode, however, an important note regarding your gamepads memory capabilities. The PX5000 will retain your programmed information even when it has been unplugged from your video game consoleso your own personal names, settings, and macros will always be instantly available, whenever you use the gamepad! As you are using Setup Mode, youll notice that the display will often show UPDATING! after you enter and confirm settings. A word of caution: Never turn off or unplug your game console while information is being updated (i.e., while UPDATING! is being displayed). If the PX5000 loses power while updating, memory corruption can result. If this occurs, youll need to reset the gamepad by erasing its memory, as described in Section 5. 3.1 RENAME MODE: PERSONALIZE YOUR PX5000! Your PX5000 gamepad allows personalization with any name, up to 6 characters. Follow these steps to change the User Name in the display: a. After pressing SETUP to enter Setup Mode, move the right joystick down until the menu option is displayed. b. Press the MACRO button to enter Rename Mode, and the display will show the current User Name. c. The flashing cursor always indicates the character which can be changed. To edit the User Name, move the right joystick up to go forwards in the alphabet, and down to go backwards. After selecting the first letter, move the stick to the right to put the flashing cursor in position to select the next letter. Note that numbers, spaces, and some punctua2
HINTS AND TIPS FOR LCD NAVIGATION! Always use the right-hand joystick to select modes and edit settings in Setup Mode. Not sure which way to move your joystick while editing? Take a look at the directional arrows at the bottom right of the displaytheyll indicate your current joystick movement options! Whenever you press an action button, whether in Setup Mode or during game play, the symbol for that button will appear in the display.
tion marks are also available. To go back and change previously selected characters, simply move the joystick to the left. d. Once you have finished entering your User Name, press MACRO to confirm. The display will briefly show UPDATING!, and youll automatically exit Rename Mode. Note: Whenever a Macro Group has been activated during game play, the User Name will be overridden by the name of the active Macro Group.

3.2 TURBO MODE: BOOST SPEED, ADD POWER! Whenever you want a shot of extra speed or firepower during your game, simply turn on Turbo Mode! If youre firing at the enemy, for example, adding Turbo Mode to your trigger will cause it to fire continuously when held down, instead of firing just one shotand you can even specify any of 3 different speed settings! After programming all your turbo buttons, as described below, you can activate Turbo Mode during game play by pressing TURBO. The display will show TURBO to indicate that this mode is in effect. As long as Turbo Mode is active, holding down any turbo-programmed button will give that button the turbo effect. To exit Turbo Mode and return the buttons to normal, press TURBO again to turn the TURBO display off. Follow the steps below to learn how to use this special mode! a. After pressing SETUP to enter Setup Mode, move the right joystick down until the menu option is displayed. b. Press the MACRO button to enter Turbo Mode. The display will show SEL.KEY:? and TURBO, along with symbols for any buttons that are enabled with the turbo function. c. Press one of the buttons ([, }, ], {, L1, L2, R1, R2, D-Pad up/down/left/right) to set, edit, or delete the turbo function for that button. The display will show the button you pressed and its current turbo speed setting, as in *:SPEED 2. To change the speed for that button, move the right joystick to the right or left and select one of the settings: SPEED 0 (Turbo Off), SPEED 1, SPEED 2, or SPEED 3. d. Press MACRO to confirm your chosen speed setting and return to the SEL.KEY:? display. Note that if you press MACRO when SPEED 0 is displayed, the turbo function will be turned off for that button and its symbol will disappear from the display. e. To set the turbo function for another button, repeat Steps c and d, above. After programming all your desired turbo buttons, press SETUP to exit Turbo Mode. 3.3 MACRO MODE: PROGRAM YOUR OWN MACRO SEQUENCES! Macro Mode allows you to set up and name 2 individual Macro Groups, each containing up to 4 different Macro Keys. Not sure what a macro is? Its essentially a series of commands or actions that can be saved and stored, and then recalled during game play by pressing a single button! This button, which is used to trigger your programmed macro sequence, is called a Macro Key, and each assigned Macro Key can be used to trigger a sequence of up to 12 steps
PLAY IT SAFE! Whether youre fighting off the enemy, or in the middle of an exciting race, remember that its important to be aware of how you are sitting and how youre holding the PX5000 gamepad! Try not to stay in the same position for too long, and be sure to take breaks now and then. Be smartdont take a chance on straining your wrists, hands, or fingers! Plus, a word of caution: If you have strained muscles, broken bones, or joint problems in your fingers, hands, or arms, do not use the gamepad with any games that support the vibration feature.

of your choice! When a Macro Group has been activated, the groups name and number will be displayed. You can call up any of that groups programmed sequences instantly during game play by holding down MACRO and pressing one of the designated Macro Keys. As you can imagine, this feature has the potential to add a tremendous amount of power to your game-playing abilities. So, lets go ahead and learn how to create your own macros! a. After pressing SETUP to enter Setup Mode, the menu option will automatically be displayed. If youre already in Setup Mode, move the right joystick down until appears in the display. b. Press the MACRO button to enter Macro Mode. The display will show MACRO:1, along with MACROS. c. To select a different Macro Group, move the right joystick to the right to cycle through MACRO:1, MACRO:2, and MACRO:OFF. d. Press MACRO to confirm your displayed selection. The display will show UPDATING!, and then ACTIVATE?. e. You now have a choice between activating or programming/editing a macro: Moving the right joystick up and down will alternate the display between ACTIVATE? and SETTINGS?. To activate a Macro Group, go to Option A, below. To program, edit, or delete a Macro Group, go to Option B, below. > OPTION A: TO ACTIVATE A MACRO GROUP: (1) After entering Setup Mode and selecting a Macro Group (Steps a through e, above), press MACRO when ACTIVATE? is displayed. This will turn your selected Macro Group on and automatically quit Macro Mode, with that Macro Groups name and number showing in the display. Note: If the display you confirmed was MACRO:OFF, pressing MACRO at this point will turn all the Macro Groups off. The User Name will then be displayed instead of a Macro Group Name. (2) To use the active Macro Group during your game, hold down MACRO and press any one of that Macro Groups pre-programmed trigger keys! > OPTION B: TO PROGRAM, EDIT, OR DELETE MACROS: (1) After entering Setup Mode and selecting a Macro Group (Steps a through e, above), press MACRO when SETTINGS? is displayed. The display will show the current Macro Group Name, which you now have the option of changing. (2) The flashing cursor always indicates the character which can be changed. To edit the Macro Group (up to 6 characters), move the right joystick up to go forwards in the alphabet, and down to go backwards. After selecting the first letter, move the stick to the right to put the flashing cursor in position to select the next letter. Note that numbers, spaces, and some punctuation marks are also available. To go back and change previously selected characters, simply move the joystick to the left. (3) Once you have finished entering your Macro Group Name, press MACRO. The display will briefly flash UPDATING! as the new name is being confirmed. (4) The display will now show SEL.KEY:?, together with any currently assigned Macro Key symbols for that group. Remember that Macro Keys are gamepad buttons that have been designated to trigger macro sequences, and a maximum of 4 Macro Keys can be assigned in any Macro Group. > > TO ADD A NEW MACRO KEY: (a) With SEL.KEY:? showing, press the gamepad button you want to use as a

Macro Key. The display will show your selected Macro Key, along with the first step number (e.g., R1:STEP 1). Note: If you try to add a Macro Key when 4 keys have already been set up, the display will show MACRO FULL. Youll have to delete one of the current Macro Keys before adding another, as described later in this section. (b) Press one of the buttons ([, }, ],{, L1, L2, R1, R2, D-Pad up/down/ left/right) to set the button for the first step. You can also select the duration for this first step, by moving the right joystick up repeatedly. (Moving the joystick up once turns on the first duration indicator bar in the display and gives you the shortest duration). Subsequent pushes of the joystick (up to a total of 8) add to the duration for that step. Note that with the 5th push of the joystick, the Macro Key icon becomes bold and the first bar turns on again. The bold icon indicates the second half of the duration settings, which creates longer times. The maximum duration has been selected when the icon is bold (e.g., # instead of @), and all 4 duration bars are on (;). (c) Move the right joystick to the right to select the next step (e.g., R1:STEP 2). (d) Repeat Steps (b) and (c) to program more steps, up to a maximum of 12. (e) After you have finished entering all your desired steps for this Macro Key, press MACRO to confirm. After a brief UPDATING! display, the SEL.KEY:? display will return. (f) Repeat Steps (a) through (e) to set up any additional Macro Keys, up to a total of 4. To exit Macro Mode, press SETUP. > > TO EDIT A CURRENT MACRO KEY: (a) With SEL.KEY:? showing (as well as the symbols for any Macro Keys assigned to that group), choose the Macro Key you want to edit by pressing that button on the gamepad. The display will show EDIT/DEL., with EDIT automatically highlighted. (b) Press MACRO, and the first step for that Macro Key will be displayed (e.g., L2:STEP 1). Move the right joystick to the right, if necessary, to select the step you would like to edit. To delete a displayed button, simply press that button to remove it from the display. To add a new button, press that button to add it to the display. To edit the duration setting, move the right joystick up or down to add or subtract duration bar indicators. Displaying only the first duration bar gives you the shortest duration. Subsequent pushes of the joystick (up to a total of 8) add to the duration for that step. Note that with the 5th push of the joystick, the Macro Key icon becomes bold and the first bar turns on again. The bold icon indicates the second half of the duration settings, which creates longer times. The maximum duration has been selected when the icon is bold (e.g., % instead of $), and all 4 duration bars are on (;). (c) Move the right joystick to the right to select the next step you want to edit (e.g., L2:STEP 2). Skip over any steps that dont require editing. (d) After you have finished editing, press MACRO to confirm. UPDATING! will be displayed, and then SEL.KEY:?.

(e) Repeat Steps (a) through (d) to edit any other Macro Keys. To exit Macro Mode, press SETUP. > > TO DELETE A CURRENT MACRO KEY: (a) With SEL.KEY:? showing (as well as the symbols for any Macro Keys assigned to that group), choose the Macro Key you want to delete by pressing that button on the gamepad. The display will show EDIT/DEL., with EDIT automatically highlighted. Move the right joystick to the right to highlight DEL. (b) Press MACRO to confirm. After UPDATING! flashes briefly, that buttons symbol will disappear from the LCD, and SEL.KEY:? will be displayed. (c) Repeat Steps (a) and (b) to delete any other Macro Keys. To exit Macro Mode, press SETUP.

4. LOCKING THE AXES

The analog sticks on the PX5000 gamepad offer a lockable axis feature, which is ideal for improved control in situations where the axes need to be handled separately! Try it out for steering and accelerator/brake functions in driving games, for example, or in flight simulation games. To lock the axis for either of the sticks, simply rotate the Axis Lock Dial to your desired setting, as described below. As soon as the dial clicks into place, the axis has been locked. Caution: The Axis Lock Dial can only be rotated 90 degrees. If you attempt to rotate the dial too far or force it in any way, you risk damaging the mechanism! To lock the vertical axis: Turn the dial until the alignment marks line up with the vertical marks on the stick. To lock the horizontal axis: Turn the dial until the alignment marks line up with the horizontal marks on the stick. To unlock either axis: Turn the dial until the alignment marks are in a diagonal position.
5. HAVE QUESTIONS? HERES SOME HELP!
a. My PX5000 isnt functioning. Whats wrong? Check the cable connections. Turn off your PlayStation2/PS one/PlayStation and unplug the PX5000 from the controller port. Then plug it back in, making certain that the connection is snug. Make sure that your consoles power cord is plugged in snugly, both into the unit itself and into the wall. Consult your PlayStation2/PS one/PlayStation manual for console troubleshooting. b. The sticks dont seem to be working correctly. Is the Axis Lock function enabled? If the alignment marks on the Axis Lock Dial are lined up with the marks on the stick (either horizontally or vertically), the axis is lockedand movement is restricted to that axis only. To unlock the axis, turn the dial until the alignment marks are in a diagonal position. Are you in Digital Mode? If so, the analog sticks are currently emulating the D-Pad and the [, }, ], and { buttons. Switch to Analog Mode, if desired, by pressing ANALOG. c. Im trying to add a Macro Key, but the display keeps showing MACRO FULL.

Only 4 Macro Keys can be active in a Macro Group at any one time. If youre getting the MACRO FULL message and you still want to add a new Macro Key, youll have to delete a current Macro Key first. For details, see Section 3.3. d. I turned my video game console off while the PX5000 was updating information. Will my programmed settings be affected? Yes. As noted in Section 3, the gamepads memory can become corrupted if your console is turned off or unplugged while UPDATING! is being displayed. If this occurs, the gamepad will have to be reset, and the memory erased, as follows: Press <setup to enter setup mode. Press and hold the [, }, ],{, R1, and R2 buttons, and press SETUP. The display will show ERASE ALL?. Pressing MACRO at this point will show UPDATING! in the display for about 10 seconds while the PX5000s memory is being purged. Note that if you decide not to erase the memory when ERASE ALL? is showing, you can press SETUP to cancel. e. The vibration feature isnt working. Since this feature is not supported by all games, youll need to check your game documentation. If the vibration feature is supported, the documentation will usually specify Dual Shock/Dual Shock 2 or Vibration Function Compatible. Some games require you to activate this feature from within the game. Its often as simple as selecting the Shock option from the game menu. Check your game documentation for details.
6. IF YOU NEED MORE SUPPORT
Give our website a visit at www.saitek.com. Besides obtaining help with your technical questions, youll also find up-to-date news and product information, as well as listings of related links that are sure to interest you. And, while youre there, why not explore our website a little further and check out all the other products Saitek has to offer, including a great variety of game controllers, chess computers, and other electronic productsyou might just come across something youve never seen before! If you need additional help with the setup or use of your PX5000 gamepad, you can also obtain comprehensive product support by contacting your nearest Technical Support Center. Youll find a complete listing of our worldwide affiliates on a separate sheet, included in the box with your PX5000. Weve provided everything you might need, including e-mail addresses, mailing addresses, and telephone numbers. In order to deal with your problems as quickly as possible, we ask that you please follow these guidelines when contacting us: Have access to your Sony PlayStation2/PS one/PlayStation when you call! If you are experiencing problems with one particular game, try to have that game loaded. Provide us with other relevant information, such as the games manufacturer, the version number, etc. Describe the problem you are having and the events that led up to it, trying to be as precise as possible. Rememberthe better we can understand the problem, the faster we can find the solution!

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