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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by NESwiiMan, Dec 1, 2006.

  1. NESwiiMan

    NESwiiMan WiiChat Member

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  2. Wiiboy93

    Wiiboy93 Proud Wii Owner

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    Or your just spamming
     
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    Kamikaze Certified Public Asshole

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    Who can be stupid enough to break the sensor bar?
     
  4. Wiiboy93

    Wiiboy93 Proud Wii Owner

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    lol I know and you just decided to register to show us your item
     
  5. ilovemywii

    ilovemywii WiiChats Offical Druggie

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    true he only has one post..
     
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    Wiiboy93 Proud Wii Owner

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    yea and we'll probably never hear from him again
     
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    or i can just use two candles and wait till nintendo would back me up with a warranty
     
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    Wiiboy93 Proud Wii Owner

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    lol thats the way to go
     
  9. DRMARIO

    DRMARIO Controversial.

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    Im making my own.
    Under my new tv, im gonna have the Three LED's either side, at the right measurement etc, and have two batteries and a switch at the back, so i dont have to have that horrible mile long wire down my wall.
     
  10. registerednerd

    registerednerd Wii online moderator

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    Did you also notice on the auction itself that it's a total fake? The picture given isn't even of the actual sensor bar, it's a CG model. And the seller only has one feedback.
     
  11. eko

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    martin8768 Wii Would Like To Play

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    lol byby spammer
     
  13. intekmdma

    intekmdma Add me and i'll add you!

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    OMG I WANT I WANT... yeah right
     
  14. gh05t

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    the wii shoulda came with a wireless sensor bar but ehh
     
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    That would of meant more money spending on batteries.
     
  16. ninnie x

    ninnie x AKA nintendoxxx1

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    What the heck is that??? Did you win it? I hope you did man, I'm on your side. But did you seriously break your SENSOR BAR?:frown2: Sheesh...
     
  17. NESwiiMan

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    Hey yea well i did break my sensor bar but I didn't just stumble across this awesome product. I own a projector and the cord kept getting in the way. So much so that my girlfriend stepped on it and ripped the wire out of the back of the sensor bar. So my friend and I made this wireless one to replace it. We thought it was sweet so we wanted to offer it to other gamers out there.
     
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    yeah okay i believe you;)

    not
     
  19. Grumbles

    Grumbles Mostly harmless

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    Let's assume for a minute that he isn't advertising his own auction on our forum.

    Who the hell breaks their sensor bar? First, you'd need to be dumb enough, crazy enough, or just unlucky enough to send the Wiimote flying. I understand that this happens to a noticeable amount of people, but I still don't see how this could possibly happen. Secondly, you'd have to somehow hit the centimeter-tall sensor bar. IM-FREAKING-POSSIBLE.

    Oh, but of course, you - I mean, your girlfriend :rolleyes: - tripped over the cord and pulled it right out of the sensor bar. Because, you know, the manufacturers just kind of throw the cord in there, of course they don't glue it in or anything. Oh wait.

    Okay, let's assume that you somehow managed to break your sensor bar.

    Who the hell needs a wireless one? Are the console and your TV on opposite sides of your freaking house? They even give you a really effing long cord, if that is the case (and it isn't). Oh, but that's right: you said yours broke because you/your girlfriend tripped over it. Again, how the hell could that break it? Did you decide to cement the bar to your TV?

    Eh, like I care.

    </rant>
     
  20. apollo168

    apollo168 The Champ

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    First, my drunk friends knock mine over all the time and it doesn't break. Hmm... how strange...

    Secondly, your eBay auction pretty much looked like you took a shitty product pic of THIS.

    In the future, better pictures will actually sell your **** on eBay. Not to mention if someone wanted it they would have bought it anyway. SPAM BEGONE.

    Now that we dealt with that, does anyone know if www.wirelesssensorbar.com is Nyko's product or something else?
     

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