Posted on October 30, 2007,

Rock Band USB Hub Needs to be Plugged In

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If you’re planning on picking up Rock Band next month, you’ve no doubt wondered how much room it was going to take up and where to put it away. Another question that’s just as pertinent is how are you going to plug all of it in – while PS3 owners are in the clear with the four USB ports on the system (and a wireless guitar), Xbox 360 systems only have three USB ports (and a wired guitar). That’s even more of a problem if you’re using a wireless adapter to get online with your Xbox 360, since that’s one of your precious USB ports used up.

But that’s why Rock Band comes with a USB hub. Made by ViPowER (who?), you’ll need to plug its short cable into the wall to supply power. That’s going to be a real pain if your setup isn’t a convenient one.

Between the wireless guitar, free online play and no need for a USB hub, the PS3 seems like the definitive version of Rock Band right now.

Photo courtesy of 1UP

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1 Comment on Rock Band USB Hub Needs to be Plugged In

scott

On December 30, 2009 at 11:13 am

We have rockband for the ps2. we upgraded to the ps3. we bought the rockband ps3 cd and we can play it fine. We bought ac/ddc and band hero ps3 discs and we cant join in with drums and guitar, only the mic works. Can someone tell me why