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    Who got wireless sensor bar?

    I've been thinking about gettin one of these, because the freakishly long sensor bar cord is pissing me off. I if you have it what do u reccomend about it?

    Wii games that I own: Zelda, The godfather, Wii sports, Resident Evil 4.

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    hey, so you know you can cut your normal Bars cable and hook it up to a 9 volt

    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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    http://one.revver.com/watch/116383

    re fatalorgasm92
    http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=759093
    and
    http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=754430
    Notice the date of the first post....
    7.5 volts would be perfect for a remote control car battery.
    Last edited by ciper; 06-20-2007 at 08:28 PM.

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    i didnt wanna read all that what was it?

    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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    they have the sensor bar for like 8$ and no shipping! w00t! only problem it takes 2 weeks to deliver- i love that site i got one myself its friggen sweet! just uses a ton of batteries. the other one thats 11$ uses the 9 volt but i have rechargables so bring it on!

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    i have one it geart to have

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    i got one the other day... works perfectly but yeah 4 AA batery's it can burn threw them pretty fast

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    Yes, you can cut the cord and use a 9V battery to make the original sensor bar wireless. However, you can also make one easily using 2 little light bulbs or flash light. Just use your WiiMote in calibration mode to identify compatible light source. Then two of them in a 10-12" distance. It is funny that the sensor bar is actually not a sensor, while the wiimote is. FYI. the backlight of a LCD display is sufficient. I do have a wireless sensor bar just for the convenience of setting it up with a portable projector.
    Last edited by billcsho; 06-21-2007 at 12:38 PM.

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    I've tested a couple tv remotes and it works fine. If the tv remotes aren't sucking up any battery life, then why does the sensor bar need batteries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherwood3570
    I've tested a couple tv remotes and it works fine. If the tv remotes aren't sucking up any battery life, then why does the sensor bar need batteries?
    The sensor bar is always on, whereas the TV remotes kinda "sleep" until you press a button

    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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