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    Don't Mind Me. I'm Stupid XwiimasturX's Avatar
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    i would just go to settings and set it to the top of the tv...
    rather than spending money to get a new sensor bar that requires batteries.

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    Really all you need is two infrared lights spaced the same distance as the two in the sensor bar. The sensor bar does not transmit data to the Wii, the remote does that. The only thing the cord does is power the sensor bar.

    Also, having two sensor bars is a bad idea. Your remote might pick up the wrong one, thus causing unwanted results. As far as I can tell, the simple solution would be to just leave your sensor bar under your tv or change the settings.
    Last edited by Wade; 07-07-2007 at 09:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade
    Really all you need is two infrared lights spaced the same distance as the two in the sensor bar. The sensor bar does not transmit data to the Wii, the remote does that. The only thing the cord does is power the sensor bar.

    Also, having two sensor bars is a bad idea. Your remote might pick up the wrong one, thus causing unwanted results. As far as I can tell, the simple solution would be to just leave your sensor bar under your tv or change the settings.
    The Wireless sensor bars have power switches so you would only have one on at a time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paintba||er

    The Wireless sensor bars have power switches so you would only have one on at a time.
    Ah, right. Didn't think about that.

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    save a few bucks and make one yourself, the wired bar just uses 2 wires, one red one black, tape 2 batteries -+-+ like that, black goes to the negative and red goes to positive, although in this case it doesnt make alot of difference, and if you wanna make it look nice, just find a small housing and thier ya go.

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    Don't turn this into a "HOW TO MAKE A SENSOR BAR" thread. No one is going to be impressed by your knowledge of such. This is half a year old information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Springy
    save a few bucks and make one yourself, the wired bar just uses 2 wires, one red one black, tape 2 batteries -+-+ like that, black goes to the negative and red goes to positive, although in this case it doesnt make alot of difference, and if you wanna make it look nice, just find a small housing and thier ya go.
    sorry it does make alot of difference, LEDs don't work when connected backwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Springy
    save a few bucks and make one yourself, the wired bar just uses 2 wires, one red one black, tape 2 batteries -+-+ like that, black goes to the negative and red goes to positive, although in this case it doesnt make alot of difference, and if you wanna make it look nice, just find a small housing and thier ya go.
    i think everybody has seen it on youtube a billion times. but in other news...

    700th post!! w00t!!

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    Uh.... im just confused.. but I've heard having foil around in the room makes the performance better because the rays reflect. im gunna try that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icecoolwas
    Uh.... im just confused.. but I've heard having foil around in the room makes the performance better because the rays reflect. im gunna try that out.
    haha, you do that.

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