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    Wavebirds

    Just a technical question. Does the sensor for the Wavebird have to be facing the controller and can there be any interference? My Wii is inside a glass case and would like to be able to use the controller without having to leave it open. Any help would be so much appreciated. Thanks.

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    no....It's RF

    will work fine.

    pics of glass case though?

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    Oh the glass is nothing special. It's just in an entertainment unit that has glass in front of it. Not like a crystal box with neon lights sitting on a pedestal.

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    As it has been mentioned, it is a RF device. Line of sight is not needed.

    Also, glass is not a problem. I took off the covers for the GC controller ports and GC memory card slots and just leave the Wavebird receivers plugged in. I only open the glass to change games. Everything works fine.

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    I have a metal bar about 3" in diameter between the Wii and where I sit and my Wavebird works just fine. I also have a wireless router, a wireless telephone, and 360 controllers that all run on various wireless frequencies active at the same time, and I haven't had any issues.

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