XIM Community

XIM APEX => XIM APEX Discussions => Topic started by: Helloeveryone on 09:46 AM - 07/12/18

Title: Just got a titan two
Post by: Helloeveryone on 09:46 AM - 07/12/18
The titan two feels way better than the xim apex on fortnite like way better idk why but it does
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: alanmcgregor on 10:15 AM - 07/12/18
Yep more consistent, subtle yet helpful AA dead zones feel better even sniper and scope weapons.

XIM team is looking into ways to improve ST current performance.

The issue is the poor unsymetrical axis Epic implemented.

T2 translator has a curve that seems to mitigate this issue in some degree but istill is affected. Only native M&KB is working OK.
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Saltywatch on 10:15 AM - 07/12/18
Why not use both??????????  Cant you use the t2 in tandem with Xim???
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Helloeveryone on 10:23 AM - 07/12/18
Yep more consistent, subtle yet helpful AA dead zones feel better even sniper and scope weapons.

XIM team is looking into ways to improve ST current performance.

The issue is the poor unsymetrical axis Epic implemented.

T2 translator has a curve that seems to mitigate this issue in some degree but istill is affected. Only native M&KB is working OK.
Not only that you can get it cheaper and have more benefits with all The scripts xim team has to find a fix cause they’re known for there mnk gameplay only reason people buy it over titan
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Saltywatch on 11:57 AM - 07/12/18
Yep more consistent, subtle yet helpful AA dead zones feel better even sniper and scope weapons.

XIM team is looking into ways to improve ST current performance.

The issue is the poor unsymetrical axis Epic implemented.

T2 translator has a curve that seems to mitigate this issue in some degree but istill is affected. Only native M&KB is working OK.
Not only that you can get it cheaper and have more benefits with all The scripts xim team has to find a fix cause they’re known for there mnk gameplay only reason people buy it over titan

yes but im the first person to jump on the "get mad at team xim" bandwagon, but only recently did people start bringing attention to the T2's success in FN on these boards. I think many of us xim users just attribute the poor performance on FN to the @#$% aim assist bubbles the game has
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: alanmcgregor on 12:09 PM - 07/12/18
Not only that you can get it cheaper and have more benefits with all The scripts xim team has to find a fix cause they’re known for there mnk gameplay only reason people buy it over titan

Well being objective, T2 has issues skipping pixels by tracking slow mouse movement compare to XIM which more precise on this task. With T2 you have a bit more consistency on the flicks and turns.

If you are PC player and want consistency and you aim by yourself, mouse native support is, for the moment the best option. But if you prefer or need Aim Assist, go: T2. If you need more aim assist go XIM APEX with Common setting.
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Intrickit27 on 05:22 PM - 07/12/18
I just got my Titan 2 today too. Shout out to Alan McGregor for his help. Now can someone please tell me how to connect everything? It would be a lot simpler if they had 3 usb ports like Xim. Where do I put my 3rd peripheral(mouse). Saw a video about an adapter for mouse, but I don't wanna buy that. Also, this button remapping is giving me a headache. It's not as simple as Xim.
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Timmie3054 on 08:03 PM - 07/12/18
I just got my Titan 2 today too. Shout out to Alan McGregor for his help. Now can someone please tell me how to connect everything? It would be a lot simpler if they had 3 usb ports like Xim. Where do I put my 3rd peripheral(mouse).
Option A)
You Plug your mouse into INPUT-A,

You plug your controller into INPUT-B,

You plug your keyboard into INPUT-D, (requires a USB OTG adapter)

If you don't have a USB OTG adapter, you would then just plug your controller into INPUT-B like normal, let the Xbox Authenticate. Then will need to remove the controller from INPUT-B, and plug in your keyboard,


Option B)
KMG Capture using Gtuner IV. (Keyboard And Mouse pass through from your PC)
Connect your PC to the Titan 2
Using INPUT-D. (No USB OTG adapter required.)
In Gtuner IV press F4, and select which devices you want to pass through to the Titan 2. A  Mouse, Keyboard, and even game controller can be passed through, and  all at once if you choose to do so.

Saw a video about an adapter for mouse, but I don't wanna buy that.
Be serious, how are you not willing to purchase A USB OTG adapter, they literately $5 dollar cables. ::) The device it self was over $100.


Also, this button remapping is giving me a headache. It's not as simple as Xim.
To each there own, I personally have no issue with the button remapper.

Also nice to actually bind as many keys as I want to 1 single button, not limited to just just 2.

Also the Titan Two's Bluetooth app will be releasing in the coming month, which will have better support for remapping on the go. Similar to the Xim.
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Intrickit27 on 11:35 PM - 07/12/18
Quote from: Timmie3054 link=topic=68069.msg699327#msg699327

You Plug your mouse into INPUT-A,

You plug your controller into INPUT-B,

You plug your keyboard into INPUT-D, (requires a USB OTG adapter)

If you don't have a USB OTG adapter, you would then just plug your controller into INPUT-B like normal, let the Xbox Authenticate. Then will need to remove the controller from INPUT-B, and plug in your keyboard,


Option B)
KMG Capture using Gtuner IV. (Keyboard And Mouse pass through from your PC)
Connect your PC to the Titan 2
Using INPUT-D. (No USB OTG adapter required.)
In Gtuner IV press F4, and select which devices you want to pass through to the Titan 2. A  Mouse, Keyboard, and even game controller can be passed through, and  all at once if you choose to do so.

Saw a video about an adapter for mouse, but I don't wanna buy that.
Be serious, how are you not willing to purchase A USB OTG adapter, they literately $5 dollar cables. ::)

Quote
Thank you for  your help. I haven't applied your instructions yet, but it sounds like you know what you're talking about. As for me not wanting to purchase that adapter; a lot of that is coming from frustration. Everytime I turn around there is something better than the last or something to add on that didn't come with the item. Im just tired of it. Bought the XR500 router 5 months after I had just bought the Netduma R1. Then a year later after I bought Xim4 the Apex shows up. Touted as better than the Xim4. Then had to purchase a powered usb hub because the apex is too weak to power the lights on my keyboard. The list goes on. That was already too much to write, but figured I owed you for helping me out
Quote
Also, I have a Sony nav controller that I use. The remapping is confusing because I don't see a section for it and no one seems to have a video tutorial on Youtube.
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Timmie3054 on 03:19 AM - 07/13/18
Well for starters the nav is Bluetooth only. It does not need to be connected via USB. So that solves your USB port issue.

However, If you only bought the Titan Two Device, and not the Titan Two + Expansion kit, then your Titan Two cant connect to Bluetooth devices. As the Expansion kit includes a Bluetooth module needed for Bluetooth connections.

You can still purchase the Expansion kit separately if you require Bluetooth.

There is also a Connection Kit for the Titan Two. This kit includes extra usb cables for the Titan Two, as well as an otg adapter.

All this information was even on the store page, and is not you know.
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Intrickit27 on 12:07 PM - 07/13/18
Well for starters the nav is Bluetooth only. It does not need to be connected via USB. So that solves your USB port issue.

However, If you only bought the Titan Two Device, and not the Titan Two + Expansion kit, then your Titan Two cant connect to Bluetooth devices. As the Expansion kit includes a Bluetooth module needed for Bluetooth connections.

You can still purchase the Expansion kit separately if you require Bluetooth.

There is also a Connection Kit for the Titan Two. This kit includes extra usb cables for the Titan Two, as well as an otg adapter.

All this information was even on the store page, and is not you know.
Yeah I run wired everything. Constant power without having to worry about disconnecting mid-game. Also, all that other stuff is what i was talking about before. At least Xim comes with bluetooth and  the usb ports needed. Without attachments. On top of that they already have manager which is SO user friendly. I see why Xim is the best.
Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Timmie3054 on 03:57 PM - 07/13/18
At least Yeah I run wired everything. Constant power without having to worry about disconnecting mid-game. Also, all that other stuff is what i was talking about before.
Well clearly you don't because the the Nav is not wired, it connects via Bluetooth.

In regards to your comment about the Titan 2 not coming with everything.
You were given options.

The Titan 2 does come with everything, You chose not to purchase it. So I'm not sure what your getting at. You had 4 choices to choose from.
1) Titan Two +  Expansion Kit + Connection Kit - $134 (Everything included.)
2) Titan + Expansion Kit - $119 (Includes the Titan Two device, a micro USB Cable, and the optional Bluetooth Module)
3) Titan Two +  Connection Kit - $104 (Includes the Titan Two device plus additional USB cables)
4) Titan Two - $89 (Includes the Titan Two device and a micro USB cable)

For the setup you want, You should have chose Choice 1, not Choice 4.
For my setup I actually had no issue choosing Choice 4.

I did not need the Bluetooth module, and I also own plenty of USB cables already.
Basically, You get what you paid for. I saved my self $45 dollars. For choosing choice 4.

You should have been more aware of what you were buying.

Not every customer will want to use the Bluetooth module, There is a reason why you can buy it separately or together. The Bluetooth module is more suited for for PS4 users and not so much for the Xbox users.

The Bluetooth module can can connect to 4 devices, The PS4 console acting as an output, and 3 separate Bluetooth connections for Inputs.

On top of that. There are 4 more additional USB ports on the Titan Two each can be utilize as an input. That makes a total of 8 devices to be connected simultaneously .

1xBluethoth Output. (Apex cant do this)
3xBluetooth Inputs. (Apex can only support 1 Bluetooth connection, and it must be a controller of a different platform.)
4xUSB Inputs (The Apex only ships with a 3 port USB hub)
At least Xim comes with bluetooth and the usb ports needed
Again the Titan two comes with all USB ports needed. if you don't want to utilize them because you cant afford a $5 adapter, then why complain? thats all on you. 

Without attachments.
You said you had to purchase a separate powered USB hub for the Apex? Kinda sounds like attachment to me. ::)

btw. The USB hub included with the Apex, can be powered. You only needed a ac power supply.
 
which is SO user friendly.
:o That's SO your opinion. I'm not even going to go on about this subject. Because now I'm clearly making my self look more and more like a titan boy shill. Which I'm not.

I don't want to compare these two devices. Like you seem to be doing.

They both have there own uses. If you are enjoying your APEX by all means continue using it. I for one never bought my Titan Two as a replacement to my Apex. I use them together, because I benefit from both. I also researched both devices before I bought them, and so far all my expectations were met from both devices. So I'm happy. I'm sorry you could not take the time to do a little more research on what you were buying.

So there really is no need to say who's device is better. Especially when thats not even the topic,

Title: Re: Just got a titan two
Post by: Intrickit27 on 10:23 PM - 07/13/18
At least Yeah I run wired everything. Constant power without having to worry about disconnecting mid-game. Also, all that other stuff is what i was talking about before.
Well clearly you don't because the the Nav is not wired, it connects via Bluetooth.

In regards to your comment about the Titan 2 not coming with everything.
You were given options.

The Titan 2 does come with everything, You chose not to purchase it. So I'm not sure what your getting at. You had 4 choices to choose from.
1) Titan Two +  Expansion Kit + Connection Kit - $134 (Everything included.)
2) Titan + Expansion Kit - $119 (Includes the Titan Two device, a micro USB Cable, and the optional Bluetooth Module)
3) Titan Two +  Connection Kit - $104 (Includes the Titan Two device plus additional USB cables)
4) Titan Two - $89 (Includes the Titan Two device and a micro USB cable)

For the setup you want, You should have chose Choice 1, not Choice 4.
For my setup I actually had no issue choosing Choice 4.

I did not need the Bluetooth module, and I also own plenty of USB cables already.
Basically, You get what you paid for. I saved my self $45 dollars. For choosing choice 4.

You should have been more aware of what you were buying.

Not every customer will want to use the Bluetooth module, There is a reason why you can buy it separately or together. The Bluetooth module is more suited for for PS4 users and not so much for the Xbox users.

The Bluetooth module can can connect to 4 devices, The PS4 console acting as an output, and 3 separate Bluetooth connections for Inputs.

On top of that. There are 4 more additional USB ports on the Titan Two each can be utilize as an input. That makes a total of 8 devices to be connected simultaneously .

1xBluethoth Output. (Apex cant do this)
3xBluetooth Inputs. (Apex can only support 1 Bluetooth connection, and it must be a controller of a different platform.)
4xUSB Inputs (The Apex only ships with a 3 port USB hub)
At least Xim comes with bluetooth and the usb ports needed
Again the Titan two comes with all USB ports needed. if you don't want to utilize them because you cant afford a $5 adapter, then why complain? thats all on you. 

Without attachments.
You said you had to purchase a separate powered USB hub for the Apex? Kinda sounds like attachment to me. ::)

btw. The USB hub included with the Apex, can be powered. You only needed a ac power supply.
 
which is SO user friendly.
:o That's SO your opinion. I'm not even going to go on about this subject. Because now I'm clearly making my self look more and more like a titan boy shill. Which I'm not.

I don't want to compare these two devices. Like you seem to be doing.

They both have there own uses. If you are enjoying your APEX by all means continue using it. I for one never bought my Titan Two as a replacement to my Apex. I use them together, because I benefit from both. I also researched both devices before I bought them, and so far all my expectations were met from both devices. So I'm happy. I'm sorry you could not take the time to do a little more research on what you were buying.

So there really is no need to say who's device is better. Especially when thats not even the topic,
What are you talking about? You can run the nav wired. I've been doing it for years via usb cable. I've done bluetooth, but the battery dies after awhile. Then I have to switch to another one. I got sick of that. As for the Titan 2; I really think you are a fanboy. You've been a smart a$$ ever since the first reply. Not the kind of help im looking for. By the way,  your instructions are backwards. The instructions say controller in port A not B like you said. Also, keyboard in B(which should also be joystick port) and mouse in programming port. Even saw a setup video on Youtube that said the same thing. Im not a techy, geek, or nerd. I just wanted help on here not smart a$$ comments. Thanks for being the 1st cause I've never run into this on here.