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    infused sherwood3570's Avatar
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    I understand that. I replaced the sensor bar with two remotes and the Wii remote worked fine. Thats why I don't see why the sensor bar needs batteries. You know?

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    um the sensor bar needs batteries for power.......

    anyways i dont care about that little bity cable, plus i have a billion other cables for the TV, Satelite, computer, surround sound and dozens of consoles, so that little baby cable is nothin.

    What if, on a crowded street, you look up and see something appear that should not, given what we know, be there. You either shake your head and dismiss it, or you accept that there is much more to the world than we think. Perhaps it really is a doorway to another place. If you choose to go inside you may find many unexpected things."-Miyamoto

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    But the tv remotes don't use any power...that's what I'm trying to figure out.

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    i swear i posted in this thread a couple of minutes ago....

    i have it, you should to, just get rechargeable batteries first, i have 6 and plan on buying more for my 4 wiimotes and sensor bar, the only problem is you have to turn it on and off, and i always forget to turn it off


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    ok look at it this way, its wayyy different.
    the Sensor bar is constantly using power as far as i am aware. So that is constantly draining the battery.
    Most tv remotes on use the battery when you press a button. So its only that half a second the button is down that the power is used.
    what are you talking about anypower tv remotes need batteries

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherwood3570
    But the tv remotes don't use any power...that's what I'm trying to figure out.
    Was that sarcasm? I can't tell.

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