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Sensor stand actually makes gaming off?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by Sketch Turner, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. Sketch Turner

    Sketch Turner 100 proof straight Sketch

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    Yeah, ive noticed that the Wii Sensor stand that you get with the console makes the sensor off compared to actually leaving the stand by itself, it raises the sensors, well, sensing and your harmlessly off. Try it, take your stand off and play, then put it back on, I only just noticed this, so, yeah...:scared:
     
  2. mosx

    mosx WiiChat Member

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    I have it on and it works fine for me. It worked fine when I had it off to.
     
  3. CaptainPeeJ

    CaptainPeeJ Wii360 gamer

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    Worked fine both ways for me. :lol:
     
  4. Darth_Zant

    Darth_Zant WiiChat Member

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    that's why they have the sensor calibration in the wii settings, so you can adjust it and make it work better.
     
  5. Sketch Turner

    Sketch Turner 100 proof straight Sketch

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    No, I wasnt sayin it was a problem, just that the sensing range is elevated a bit.
     
  6. ReeMS

    ReeMS WiiChat Member

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    Who would have ever thought that putting the sensor bar on the stand would elevate the sensing range a bit. Dont you think thats the whole purpose of it?
     
  7. surfinrach90

    surfinrach90 I GOT A JAR OF DIRT.

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    It all depends on what your set up is like.

    For me it helped ALOT so I then recommended it to the boyfriend and he tried it with his and it's helped alot with him too.
     
  8. Sketch Turner

    Sketch Turner 100 proof straight Sketch

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    I NEVER SAID IT WAS A PROBLEM!!!
    Wow, I just said that it raised it a bit, I guess I didnt need to start a new thread for it though, sorry guys!
     
  9. Brawny

    Brawny Anglophobiphile

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    Yeah, pretty sure that the stand is if you put it below the tv. If you set it on top, they don't recommend using it.
     
  10. Fortnox

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    I don't use the stand anyway. I lost it when I opened the box, didn't know what it was :p
    But you don't need it anyway, well I've never had a use for it, especially on my LCD monitor which is is pretty much exactly as thin as the sensor bar, the stand would probbably muss it up for being too big neways.
     
  11. Byuakuya

    Byuakuya Bleach & Heroes fan.

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    i have it off at the moment but it works fine both on and off.
     

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