New Licensed Wheel from Hori released. Thoughts?

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Magog, Oct 9, 2019.

  1. Magog

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  2. Ddkklop

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    I think T150 is better option, only a big more expensive, but better in almost any way
     
  3. TonyJZX

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    270 deg no ffb = lol

    The g29 still us the cheapest realistic option
     
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    I would never buy that, it looks like junk. Might as well pay the extra money and get a G29 or something.
     
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  6. Clean Racer

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    C'mon man. The "Holidays" are coming. You should be able to find good deals on a wheel pretty soon. T150 or G29 are the two best budget options.
     
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    Sacrifice FFB for wireless, no clutch pedal, plastic pedals, crappy buttons, for something between a T80 and a between T150?

    In the GT Sport specific case knowing Thrustmaster has "premium" support, doesn't seem a good deal.
     
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    But it has a

     
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  9. Magog

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    Don't most people set their wheels so they require minimal input? Are there other wireless options that are better?
     
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    That will explain why Hori was one of the wheels in the Toyita survey, then...
     
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    There's a reason why there are no respectable wheels that are wireless...input lag. Just, no. Don't do it. Unless you enjoy flushing money down the toilet.
     
  12. Magog

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    The PS3 used Bluetooth controllers and I didn't notice the lag.
     
  13. MikeV27

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    I use 360 in F1 2019 and that feels just about perfect in those kinds of cars, I tried 270 and I didn’t like it that much. GTS doesn’t allow me to change steering ratio with the G29 but I think people with other brands can do it somehow.

    Also stay away from wireless when it comes to pretty much everything related to gaming.
     
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    Nope.
     
  15. Dylan

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    "Sorry I crashed into you. My steering wheel's battery died."
     
  16. seadog777

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    Although this wheel is "low spec" it might be a good starter if on a tight budget and probably give more enjoyment than a controller.

    I used the Thrustmaster Ferrari Cockpit years ago - wireless, no ffb (except for a bungee cord on the inside :lol: )and it was waaaay more fun than a controller. It also kept the family off my back as there were no power / USB cables lying all over the place. It ran off batteries but gave plenty of notice when it was getting low.

    As to lag, an Alien might have noticed, but I as an average Joe didn't - or maybe I did and my reactions automatically compensated?

    Having said all that the advice here that saving up a bit more for a T150 or G29 is pretty good.