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    Waluigi's #1 Fan! FRuMMaGe's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 77punk
    i know.. they should have come with the Wiimotes. Thanks Nintendo.. what brand do most use or can someone point me to the post.. ive browsed and havent seen anything about it..

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    What brand of batteries?

    I'm not sure. Just get some high-power rechargeables (2700)

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    I own the nyko wireless, and its cool if you NEED it. But that thing only works for about 30 hours on new batteries. My opinion is dont buy it unless both your sensor bar and warranty goes out.

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    I use Energizer Rechargeable 2500 batteries. They will last a few days of constant play with sound and rumble on. I have quite a few, so, when two are charging I can swap two more in.

    Though, the Wireless Sensor bar would probably use AAA batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigkillercraig
    I own the nyko wireless, and its cool if you NEED it. But that thing only works for about 30 hours on new batteries. My opinion is dont buy it unless both your sensor bar and warranty goes out.
    Some people need a wireless one because of a complicated TV set up.

    Like if you have the TV on a wall mount, it may not be feasible to have a cable going up to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FRuMMaGe
    Some people need a wireless one because of a complicated TV set up.

    Like if you have the TV on a wall mount, it may not be feasible to have a cable going up to it.
    I understand but it uses 4 batteries! They coulda used like 1 9volt. O and it uses AA.

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