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Level Six Deluxe Dance Mat v3.1 (Ignition Style)
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0. PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2004 8:27 am    Post subject: Level Six Deluxe Dance Mat v3.1 (Ignition Style) Reply with quote

Level Six Deluxe DDR Dance Mat V.3.1: Product Link
MSRP: $43.95



Product Description: The third version of the very popular Deluxe DDR Ignition Dance Pad. Features include a one inch hard foam insert, raised, reinforced buttons, improved wiring, and non-slip foam bottom. Now includes all eight arrow buttons. **Includes Ignition 2.0 Hard Foam Insert - the same foam used in other, more expensive mats

* Deluxe model DDR dance pad
* Compatible with PS2 and Playstation
* Compatible with PC (when used with a controller adapter, such as the EMS USB adapter)
* Compatible with the Dreamcast system when used with the DC Super Converter
* One inch hard foam insert - the dance pad opens with a zipper along the side so foam can be inserted, removed, or replaced
* Reinforced, raised buttons - improves orientation so you don't have to be looking down at the arrows during gameplay
* Improved wiring - superior button performance and durability
* Non-slip Grip Tite foam bottom - prevents the dance pad from moving all around your room during gameplay
* Shipping by UPS Ground only - if any other method is chosen, UPS Ground will still be used - sorry, no PO Box, APO, or international orders (outside of the continental US and Canada)

Box Contents:
* Deluxe Ignition Dance Mat (8 arrow)
* Hard foam (Ignition 2.0 Hard Foam)
* Instructions
* Four (4) dual-sided round stickers

Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the real thickness and weight of the foam insert? What is the weight of the mat?

The hard foam insert (which is the insert included with this mat) is over 1" thick (approximately 1.06") and it weighs over four pounds. The weight of the mat, without the insert, is three pounds. The shipping weight of this mat is much more due to the packaging and shipping box weight.

Is this the same mat as xxxxxx brand?
Many of the "Deluxe", "Ignition", and "Xtreme" dance mats are the exact same. The packaging, name, and label may be different, but the mats are essentially the same. The only major differences between the pads are the inserts used and whether they support six or eight arrows.

Important: when ordering an "Ignition" dance mat take note of the insert that is being used. Our 2.0 and 3.0 Ignition Pads use the standard dense foam. Most dealers sell low-priced "Ignition" pads with this dense insert. The more expensive "Ignition" pads ($48.95-99.95) use the hard foam, which can be found in our 2.1 and 3.1 Ignition Pads. When you order an "Ignition" pad, make sure you know what insert you are receiving. We have tried to produce the best images possible to show the difference, but it is very hard to do this with only a picture. Note that the standard dense foam is much more porous than the hard foam. Update (5/28/04): the hard foam now comes as six pieces, whereas before it was three pieces. The foam is still exactly the same as before. It is just cut differently to fit into a retail box in the future.

Why eight arrows?
The new 3.0 and 3.1 Ignition pads have eight arrows for full current and future compatibility with Playstation, Playstation 2, PC, and Mac dance games.

How long is the cable?
The cable is approximately 76 inches long.
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1. PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 1:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm curious, the Red Octane brags about having the arcade sized circuitry. Does anyone know if this one also has that? Because I was planning on modding it anyway, so if they are pretty much the same, I'd go with saving the 50 bucks :-\
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2. PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 7:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I'd go with saving the 50 bucks :-\

Me too :/
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3. PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 8:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had RO 2.0 s before I had these. Trust me, save yourself a lot of money and get Level Six pads, they are exactly the same.
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4. PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 9:17 am    Post subject: The diagonal arrows... Reply with quote

Heyo, this will be my first post at the forums biggrin.gif
I am just wondering as to if this pad can be used to play Pump It Up?
I am curious because of the 4 diagonal arrows, if they don't have the center as a PIU button, then whats the point of the bottom 2 diagonal arrows? (I know the front ones are used for Solo games) laugh.gif Thanks!
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5. PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 10:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can probably play Pump with this on SM.
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6. PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 2:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just ordered this mat biggrin.gif <waiting...> riiight.gif
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7. PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 2:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

St00pidBaka wrote:
You can probably play Pump with this on SM.
Doesn't mention anything about a center sensor.
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8. PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 5:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh bleh, that sucks. :/
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9. PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2004 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No, you can't. There is no center sensor. Trust me, I tried, and it doesn't work.
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10. PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2004 11:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Right. No center sensor.

But, level six is now selling USB versions of these that kick even more butt. I have one and it feels better than the PS2 version!

It also is literally plug and play on Win98+. No converter or anything.

I added in some stuff so in RC2+ it should also map buttons automatically.
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11. PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2004 12:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

CNLohr wrote:
Right. No center sensor.

But, level six is now selling USB versions of these that kick even more butt. I have one and it feels better than the PS2 version!

It also is literally plug and play on Win98+. No converter or anything.

I added in some stuff so in RC2+ it should also map buttons automatically.


Awesome. I've heard of these, but I've been a bit reluctant to buy one. I'm planning on selling my old Level Six pads, and buying a couple of these so I can play Stepmania. I may look into these, no that I've seen some positive feedback about them.

Question, do these USB pads have center sensors to that Pump can be played?
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Aaron_Kwok wrote:
CNLohr wrote:
Right. No center sensor.

But, level six is now selling USB versions of these that kick even more butt. I have one and it feels better than the PS2 version!

It also is literally plug and play on Win98+. No converter or anything.

I added in some stuff so in RC2+ it should also map buttons automatically.


Awesome. I've heard of these, but I've been a bit reluctant to buy one. I'm planning on selling my old Level Six pads, and buying a couple of these so I can play Stepmania. I may look into these, no that I've seen some positive feedback about them.

Question, do these USB pads have center sensors to that Pump can be played?


k sweet i brought the usb one biggrin.gif
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13. PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2004 5:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How do the USB pads work? I'm planning on getting one...
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I brought the USB one and it just came today! It's amazing! E13.gif How does it work? Simple, you plug and then you play laugh.gif
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15. PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2004 8:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I meant how WELL it worked, and aparently they work great, according to you...

Any problems what so ever? Do you need to adjust the timing window at all?
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BusterCloud wrote:
I meant how WELL it worked, and aparently they work great, according to you...

Any problems what so ever? Do you need to adjust the timing window at all?


I wouldn't think so, as it's plugged directly into the USB port. If anything, the timing window mignt need to be adjusted if you are using an adapter.

But, I really can't say for sure. Don't know enough about it to say so. I'm just making an educated guess.

EDIT: My spelling mistakes bugged me, so I corrected them.
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BusterCloud wrote:
I meant how WELL it worked, and aparently they work great, according to you...

Any problems what so ever? Do you need to adjust the timing window at all?


No problems whatsoever
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18. PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2004 1:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I noticed that same pad is shown a few times for a different console(like one is for Xbox, another is for PS2). Does that mean that certain pads play for only one system and that you'd have to get two if you had a PS2 and a Xbox?
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You could get an adaptor. They have adaptors that let you play on different systems.
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