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    where to put the sensor balk?

    hello i'm a boy from belgium , and over a month i'm going to buy a nintendo wii becous i don't got enouf money yet.
    so i'm making me worried about where to put the sensor balk .we have a tv whit screen whide : 106 cm (a plasma flat screen tv), so where do i bast set up the sensor balk : on the tv , or just under the tv , or before the tv , what is the best spot do you think??

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    I think it really depends on where you have your TV... if your TV is at eye level when you're standing then I'd say under the TV... if it's below eye level then above the TV.

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    You can place the sensor bar either above the screen or below the screen. There's an option in the Wii configuration where you can tell it where the sensor bar is.

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    i have a TV eye level, but if i put the sensor bar under the TV on the ground it will be 2 ft 4 in . below tv i will try and find picture of it...

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    When you set up the Wii and connect everything, it asks you if you've placed the Sensor Bar on top of the TV, or below the TV

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    i think he's asking which is the best, but i guess you'd be able to test it yourself when you got a wii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wouty55
    hello i'm a boy from belgium , and over a month i'm going to buy a nintendo wii becous i don't got enouf money yet.
    so i'm making me worried about where to put the sensor balk .we have a tv whit screen whide : 106 cm (a plasma flat screen tv), so where do i bast set up the sensor balk : on the tv , or just under the tv , or before the tv , what is the best spot do you think??
    translation:

    Hey guys i'm from Belgium and in about a month i will be getting a Nintendo Wii. I currently cannot afford it right just yet because i still don't have enough money. On the flipside, I do have a question/concern... With the sensor bar, where would it be best to position it? I have a plasma flat screen that is approximately 106CM wide (42 inches). Would it be best to put it on top or bottom? What is your opinion?

    hope that helps for anyone reading

    btw: it depends on how high your plasma is sitting

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    I used some double sided tape to secure the sensor bar to the TV.

    DO NOT put your sensor bar more than an inch away from the TV... you'll get horrible results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tri
    I used some double sided tape to secure the sensor bar to the TV.

    DO NOT put your sensor bar more than an inch away from the TV... you'll get horrible results.
    doesn't it come with double stick tape or velcro already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by intekmdma
    doesn't it come with double stick tape or velcro already?
    Yes, it comes with some sticky tape at the bottom of the sensor bar. I didn't use the provided tape because I had some other tape on hand and also I was planing on getting a new TV soon.

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