We're talking about this because I own one, roughly dating back 10 years ago when I got it for X-mas. It's an S [slim] model, and after many years of disuse (I believe as of 2016, the same year the 360 was discontinued, or probably 2017), I lost its power supply and all the controllers I used with it. I wanted to get back on the console to play music, but without any of these it still remains dead. The A/V cable remains, however.

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At first I looked everywhere for the power supply, and much to my horror it's vanished forever. I even tried using every 2-pin DC wire to try to get it working, but I quickly realized it actually needs a special adapter in consistence with the power supply (which again I do NOT have). To blame this, I would have to struggle through several resources for the available components, and I'm not sure where to start.

Does anyone have ideas?

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Is this what you need?: https://www.retroxboxkopen.nl/xbox-360/xbox-360-original-microsoft-controller-wireless-wit-budget and https://www.retroxboxkopen.nl/xbox-360/xbox-360e-ac-adapter-gen-3?

Edit: updated using OP's edits

  • Umm.... well, the controller's correct as it works with all models, but not the power supply in general (that's for the ORIGINAL model). The console in question is an X360 S, which has Kinect support. For better accuracy, I'll be editing the original post to include an image of what it looks like.
    – DanPin
    Oct 26, 2021 at 17:24
  • Also, I would not try to find things on a foreign source. Is there somewhere else region-friendly?
    – DanPin
    Oct 26, 2021 at 17:41
  • Bump...????????
    – DanPin
    Oct 26, 2021 at 18:39
  • Hmm, I see... But I only could find stuff in a Dutch store, I don't know why (maybe because Google knows I shop at Dutch shops)
    – Irsu85
    Oct 27, 2021 at 4:18
  • Well at least someone else might be able to help me and figure this out, perhaps?
    – DanPin
    Oct 27, 2021 at 5:58

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