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    Quote Originally Posted by Link_of_Hyrule
    lol you noobs the wii comes with a sensor bar stand and double sided sticky tap to hook it to your tv and yes the cord will easily reach it is quite long
    I haven't read anywhere that the sensor bar will come with double-sided tape. Source?

    Anyway, the sensor bar will most certainly pick up the motion as long as you have it about or below the TV. Obviously, you will need to point the wiimote at the TV screen in shooting games, but with most racing games, the sensor bar isn't used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Link_of_Hyrule
    lol you noobs the wii comes with a sensor bar stand and double sided sticky tap to hook it to your tv and yes the cord will easily reach it is quite long
    Well that was polite...

    Besides, you're wrong, there is no sensor bar stand and double sided tape doesn't suffice for every mounting purpose.

    For example, what do you do on walls that have been treated with a decoupage look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teqguy
    Well that was polite...

    Besides, you're wrong, there is no sensor bar stand and double sided tape doesn't suffice for every mounting purpose.

    For example, what do you do on walls that have been treated with a decoupage look?
    I do agree he was rude, but he wasn't competly wrong. There is a sensor bar stand, pictured below and they said it would be included with Wii.



    However, that won't be much use to Wiitime.
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    I believe that stand got thrown out because of how frivolous it is.

    I can't find it listed as box contents anywhere.

    However, I do guarantee that there will be a television made either with the sensor bar built in or a housing for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teqguy
    I believe that stand got thrown out because of how frivolous it is.

    I can't find it listed as box contents anywhere.

    However, I do guarantee that there will be a television made either with the sensor bar built in or a housing for it.
    I don't believe the sensor bar stand has been taken off the list of included contents.

    Go here. I can't find any place that specificly says the sensor bar stand has been left out.
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