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    that seems simple enough.

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    This product is pretty cheap http://www.hauppauge.com/pages/produ...a_usblive.html

    If you do this I suggest making your own extended sensor bar. The normal one isn't wide enough for such distances.

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    ur right, that's not bad. thx.

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    you can put your wii on a hi place then connect by that and use an elteion(cant spell long cord that connects power cords) and do it that way maybe

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    elteion - Did you mean extension? How would you put the discs in though?

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    and i dont think the sensor bar would reach

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    TortillaChip520: I dont think its going to reach either way. You should make your own. Its really easy to do! You only need a stick, 4 IR LED, some wire and a battery pack that holds 2 AA batteries.

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    yeah, but i'd rather use your usb card idea instead.

    wait, a stick?? for what?

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    Careful, some USB tv carts will introduce too much lag. You might want to look for a the old Adaptec Gamebridge. I have one and it works ok for what you're trying to do. It's not at all high quality though, it's like any other standard def display. It doesn't look that great, but it does allow you to play game systems on a computer with virtually no lag.

    As for getting signal to a projector. Again, through a PC you're going to get too much lag. You need to directly connect. There are cables that can do this for you. I have a projector setup at home that I play Wii on.

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    do they make extensions for the audio/visual cables?

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