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    Bigger the tv, the harder it is?

    I have three tv's...
    a standard 27 in tv
    a widescreen lcd 32 inch
    a widescreen plasma 42 inch

    I have played mostly on the 27 inch
    and I just bought the plasma and I played last night with some friends until 6 in the morning, but for example, when playing baseball, we had to swing earlier than I used to do in the 27 inch... and for the wii play the shooting game, it was more difficult to be more accurate in the plasma 42 than in the 27 inch or 32.. the 32 inch I only play it once but I was pretty sure it wasn't as hard as the plasma... for example my high score in the shooting in wii play in the 27 is 498 and since I started play on the plasma the highest is
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    anyone else having the same problem??

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    hmmmmmm thats deff something strange, however i know in the settings you can change the TV setup on the wii. like theres a setting to make it standard or HD??? i think thats the correct lable-ing is it HD? i just know there is a setting.

    man that was helpful wording. god i hope someone can better elaborate cause i just cant seem to find the words! i just know that i saw the setting the other day when i was fiddeling around with it

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    I thought that the bigger the TV the further back you need to stand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hardman
    I thought that the bigger the TV the further back you need to stand.
    that is very true, the bigger the screen, the more you have to move back... so try moving back... it will help... its says in the safety time its better to play on a smaller screen so your eyes wont get hurt....
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    Well I've gotta chip in here and say that moving back makes no difference - I play using a 103" dvd projector and my gf has my 44" rear projection and I've noticed no difference playing wii sports, cod3, redsteel etc... the only game that bugs out is rayman which tends to cut out over 3 meters away and you get a message on screen...the only real difference moving back will do is for your eyes as previously mentioned!
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    I've back, made no difference... and my setup is on widescreen.... the only big difference is on the shooting game on wii play

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    Could it be that the plasma has a built in scaler that is taking the 480p input and up-scaling it to the screens native resolution. If that's the case, then that can cause some time delay. BTW...when using the plasma, make sure the burn in protection is turned on in the Wii.

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    i played on a 19 in lcd hd and a 60 in SDTV and a 13 in sdtv and on a computer they all seemed the same to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by lechonlubber
    Could it be that the plasma has a built in scaler that is taking the 480p input and up-scaling it to the screens native resolution. If that's the case, then that can cause some time delay. BTW...when using the plasma, make sure the burn in protection is turned on in the Wii.

    I have it on... thanks


    I don't know but its difficult on the plasma...

    any suggestions on control bar sensitivity level I should use??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mau
    I have it on... thanks


    I don't know but its difficult on the plasma...

    any suggestions on control bar sensitivity level I should use??
    I've noticed that as well. I have a really large TV, than a smaller than really large, but still large (don't know the measurements ); when playing tennis on the really large, it was harder to control the timing on the ball, however, when playing on the smaller than really large I played much better. Same with b ball and boxing (the difficulty of throwing the different punches decreased on the smaller one).

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