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    i will never buy that sh**
    I bet u that the wii's led lights r short lived enough thats why nintendo never made some crap like that.
    • Pointless
      Energy Wasting
      Your light wont last a year!!!
      I hope u can replace them
      OMG YOUVE GOT A LED LIGHT...YOUR PIMPING
      Distraction while gaming
      HOW CAN YOU COMPLAIN ABOUT THE WII OVERHEATING THEN GOING 2 BUY A CHIP????
      Makes your led lights look broken
      If your answer to the above statement is : u can turn it off u know!....THEN WOTS THE POINT OF BUYING IT
      Your not really gaining anything out of a pulsing light
      I swear it will interfere with the sensor bar anyways
      Yea instead of playing the game im gona watch the light.....now how about that for some entertainment

    This chip would only be good if it actually STAYED ON during gameplay only...and no unnessecary blinking would be nice !

    As for what you decide, up to u but ill rather keepmy default wii led lights, its better then them blowing up a year later
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    hmm 100,000 hours isn't long enough for you? btw you can turn the chip off by holding reset


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    i just realized, that wii is really, old...it still has nintendo instead of wii at the bottom....

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    Quote Originally Posted by saucealexman
    i just realized, that wii is really, old...it still has nintendo instead of wii at the bottom....
    What?

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    wow....

    Quote Originally Posted by mk_south_london
    i will never buy that sh**
    I bet u that the wii's led lights r short lived enough thats why nintendo never made some crap like that. umm leds are never short lived
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    Pointless it's cool lol
    Energy Wasting what 1 watt? lol
    Your light wont last a year!!! 1 year = 8 765.81277 hours Leds last 100,000 so atleast 11 years (also your light on your pc is on constantly and guess what it's an led , i have 3, 2 blue power led's contantly on and 1 red hdd indicator constanly flashing and seeing as my comp is and allways on server it has been on for the past 5 years almost non stop)

    I hope u can replace them you can duh, like the mod toad has completed

    OMG YOUVE GOT A LED LIGHT...YOUR PIMPING it's just for show and kind cool i.e pc lights

    Distraction while gaming if you get distracted by a light your a retard, it's coz of people like you lights on the outside of cars were banned

    HOW CAN YOU COMPLAIN ABOUT THE WII OVERHEATING THEN GOING 2 BUY A CHIP???? won't make a bloody difference

    Makes your led lights look broken ummm broken would mean they never come on....

    If your answer to the above statement is : u can turn it off u know!....THEN WOTS THE POINT OF BUYING IT coz umm maybe u want to sleep at night... duh

    Your not really gaining anything out of a pulsing light its cool, you dont really get anything out of a remote cept less exercise coz u can't walk 3 feet to the tv

    I swear it will interfere with the sensor bar anyways no leds arent uv light so no

    Yea instead of playing the game im gona watch the light.....now how about that for some entertainment umm it's jus to impress and cool to look at while someone else i playing

    This chip would only be good if it actually STAYED ON during gameplay only...and no unnessecary blinking would be nice ! thought you said it was pointless and the led's will die now you want 1 on constantly talk about a contradiction, plus the blinking is sound activated

    As for what you decide, up to u but ill rather keepmy default wii led lights, its better then them blowing up a year later do it then but i bet your led's will outlast your wii
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    Quote Originally Posted by mk_south_london
    i will never buy that sh**
    I bet u that the wii's led lights r short lived enough thats why nintendo never made some crap like that.
    • Pointless
      Energy Wasting
      Your light wont last a year!!!
      I hope u can replace them
      OMG YOUVE GOT A LED LIGHT...YOUR PIMPING
      Distraction while gaming
      HOW CAN YOU COMPLAIN ABOUT THE WII OVERHEATING THEN GOING 2 BUY A CHIP????
      Makes your led lights look broken
      If your answer to the above statement is : u can turn it off u know!....THEN WOTS THE POINT OF BUYING IT
      Your not really gaining anything out of a pulsing light
      I swear it will interfere with the sensor bar anyways
      Yea instead of playing the game im gona watch the light.....now how about that for some entertainment

    This chip would only be good if it actually STAYED ON during gameplay only...and no unnessecary blinking would be nice !

    As for what you decide, up to u but ill rather keepmy default wii led lights, its better then them blowing up a year later

    actually LED lights are designed to practically for ever... not a year... not 10 years... but forever


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    He's entitled to his own opinion but he needs to be informed of a few things.

    LEDS are on nearly every electrical appliance now and last for years!

    I modded my console to make it one of a kind and will do the same when I get my car!

    The sensor bar will not pick the disc slot light up.

    A chip will not make it overheat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToadIsDoingMagicMushrooms
    He's entitled to his own opinion but he needs to be informed of a few things.

    LEDS are on nearly every electrical appliance now and last for years!

    I modded my console to make it one of a kind and will do the same when I get my car!

    The sensor bar will not pick the disc slot light up.

    A chip will not make it overheat.
    Once you post a video and some pics I will believe you "modded" it.

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