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    Wii evening with 6 consoles

    I'm trying to raise a bit of money for the school I work in. I'm thinking about a Wii bowling / boxing / tennis evening for the staff /students.

    Looking to get six consoles with projectors (big screen gaming!) and make a tournament of it (staff v students etc, etc) in our school hall.

    My question is: -
    Can I have six consoles close to one another (will the remotes interfere with the other consoles?)

    Thank you for your time

    Dave

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    if the sensor bars are too close ( i say within 5 feet ) they will interfere with eachother, unless you can box them off with a seperation wall sorta thing, maybe posterboard, somethin cheap. but i am warning you..6 wii's will cost you A LOT around the holidays

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    @jay588

    Thanks for that. Great info.

    I have a few staff members willing to lend their own consoles for the evening.......

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    The sensor bars do not sense anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiizel
    The sensor bars do not sense anything.
    He knows that, but if someone points their wiimote at another sensor bar, it will interfere with the gameplay.

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    So why would they be pointing at the wrong screen? Also wii sports is more motion sensitive focused pointer focused.

    heh.

    His original question was, will there be interference with having multiple wiis in one room with multiple blue tooth controllers.

    It'll be a pain in the ass for sure - you may have to bring each console up one by one. The sensor bar setup is no worries in this setup. It's the controllers syncing up.

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    You only need sensor bars on the home menu...

    Bluetooth allows 7 channels...Separate rooms maybe?

    Wow, Wiizel gets some rep for actually knowing what he's talking about.

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    If you are just doing Wii Sports then dont worry because the wiimotes wont go off onto the other screen. If it isnt synced with the other console it wont work. All you need sensor bar for it is the home channel and picking the sport.
    Now syncing on the other hand, you just have to do it one by one. make sure no other peopel are doing this or you may have to just start all over.

    Hope you have fun. Also beware people smacking eachother with the wiimote during boxing ect.
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    What the heck Laderer? You think Bluetooth has unlimited channels or something?

    Picking the sport can use the d-pad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brawny
    What the heck Laderer? You think Bluetooth has unlimited channels or something?

    Picking the sport can use the d-pad

    I know it only has certain amounts but you have a point. Just use the D-Pad to pick the games. Also you can use the Virtual Console Joystick to pick the games in the Home Menu. So you actually dont need a sensor bar at all>

    Yes you can use the VC controller in the home menu to pick channels
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