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    Sensor Bar Stand

    Here is a pic of the Sensor Bar stand that ships with the Wii. I am guessing it will have a suction cup type things on the bottom to stick to the top of TVs without falling! I searched this, didn't find anything on it, so I'm not exactly sure if it is old or new news.
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    thank goodness, I was first afraid of throwing my wiimote but it has a wristband, then I was sorta concidering how the sensor bar would stand stable on top of a tv, not to mention a flatscreen, good to know...

    Ive heard that you cant play too close to the sensor bar, how close it too close?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocdan
    thank goodness, I was first afraid of throwing my wiimote but it has a wristband, then I was sorta concidering how the sensor bar would stand stable on top of a tv, not to mention a flatscreen, good to know...

    Ive heard that you cant play too close to the sensor bar, how close it too close?
    Just play how you would regularly play, if you have the Wiimote like 1 foot away from the sensor bar, then it will obviously preform major movements with your slight ones, average gaming distance should be more than perfect. In the wii experience videos some people are standing like 2 feet away from the TV and are doing fine.

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    Ive heard that you cant play too close to the sensor bar, how close it too close?
    THATS GOOD CUS NOW PEOPLE CANT GO BLIND!

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    do you have to use that stand if you put the sensor bar under the tv?

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    Quote Originally Posted by im_a_super_smash_bro
    do you have to use that stand if you put the sensor bar under the tv?
    If it has the suction cups, yes, unless you live in outer space..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sovieto
    Just play how you would regularly play, if you have the Wiimote like 1 foot away from the sensor bar, then it will obviously preform major movements with your slight ones, average gaming distance should be more than perfect. In the wii experience videos some people are standing like 2 feet away from the TV and are doing fine.
    sounds good for my bedroom and dormroom! woot

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    Nice! I was worried about where i should put it because it might fall

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    nice...though im still sure how to put mine...because well my room isn't the biggest room so..basically i have my TV about 5 foot high on me drawer...and its a flat 20"plasma TV... and then about tree feet away i have my queen size bed...I'll be probly playing on the bed..but im not sure its going to work the way i want it to...

    hey can you put the sensor bar in front of the TV?!?..if so i think it might work

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