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    Sensor Bar Sensitivity?

    Hey, so recently I was playing around with the sensor bar sensitivity (you can find it by going to Wii Options > Wii Settings > Sensor Bar (scroll right) > Sensitivity) and I couldnt tell a difference in them at all. I tried putting it on every single setting (1-5) and none of them seemed to do anything. What is it supposed to do? Can you guys tell a difference? What do you guys have yours set on? Oh, and one more question, what is the base sensitivity that the wii starts on?

    Thanks in advance everybody.

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    same here...

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    i set it on 3.

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    It starts on 3
    I got it on 5
    Your just meant to put it when the Dots flash perfectly lol [Which for 5 for me]



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    Basically if you are getting interference then you need to turn your sensitivity down, if you are not getting a pointer at your couch turn it up, otherwise this option does nothing, it just makes the wii-mote sense less or more of an ir signal.
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    So...does it depend on how far away you are sitting/standing from the sensor? Or am I way off?

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    somewhat, basically if you are farther away you need to up sensitivity due to Ir signal loss, but if you have interference you should lower it due to other sources that put off an Ir signal.
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    the closer you are positioned to the tv, the lower number you have to put...

    example: I got a 42 plasma so I am mostly playing far away so i have it on 5

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    i can't tell the difference and it doesn't make a difference apparently you could put two candles instead of the sensor beacause it gives of inferred sorry if it doesn't make sence

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    omg ok noobs da sensitiveity is how good da sencor sences your wii mote and on computer games it's ment for laser mouses like mine wit a laser mouse if you put sencitivity high it make da mouse move freaken fast but wit low not as much tats wit laser mouses for comps becuase the laser sences wat ever is under there im guessing it's probly da samt ting wit da wii ok everyone got it

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