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    I'm going to buy a wireless sensor bar. I hate having to deal with wires. Doesn't matter if it is slightly bigger because it's not like i touch the sensor bar anyways.

    "I love the Power Glove...it's so bad." - Lucas Barton

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    I got a Nyko Wireless sensor bar from here, loving it since all those wires are just a mess. It fits on the sensor bar stand that comes with the Wii also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friedriceballer
    Hey guys, I just bought a wireless sensor bar from a third party company called ASiD (I'm from Canada so this was one of the few available). It's quite crappy actually, it does have the ability to work with up to 100 feet between the Wii console and the wireless sensor bar, but only 8 feet between the sensor bar and any wii-motes being used for gaming. I'm gonna return this piece of **** and I'm thinking of getting the Nyko one, which claims to be able to sense wii-motes from up to 20 feet away, has anyone else bought it or seen it in action, and can verify this?
    BUMP, anyone...plz?
    Got my Wii on a Friday the 13th.

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    ummm well since it's wireless, you could move it closer to you lol, this dosn't affect me cause i'm always within 6 feet from my tv/sensor bar and what not


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    can't you just you tube a video of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mushroomedmario
    ummm well since it's wireless, you could move it closer to you lol, this dosn't affect me cause i'm always within 6 feet from my tv/sensor bar and what not
    Yah, but isn't the sensor bar supposed to be either just directly on top of or just directly below the TV???
    Cuz the way you say it, it sounds like you could just leave the wireless sensor bar on the ground.
    Got my Wii on a Friday the 13th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friedriceballer
    Yah, but isn't the sensor bar supposed to be either just directly on top of or just directly below the TV???
    Cuz the way you say it, it sounds like you could just leave the wireless sensor bar on the ground.

    then what good is the 100 ft distance between the bar and console be?

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    how does the wireless sensor bar work? is there a connector for the back of the Wii?
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    ah...argh...uh. usn...ahffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff *dies of stroke*

    Why not try a search?

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    The wireless sensor bar is battery powered.

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