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The Exspect Wireless Wii Sensor Bar provides a compact and wirefree solution to enhance your gameplay. It can be positioned almost anywhere, ideally above or below your TV set, which makes it an excellent choice for wall mounted TV sets.
* No trailing wires to your console
* Can be located either above or below your TV set
* On/Off button with power light
* Can be used with your existing Sensor Bar stand
* Provides up to 5m operating range
* Operates from 4 x AAA 1.5 volt batteries (not included)
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#2
Whats the voucher
#3
Thank you. I never understood the sense in that long spaghetti wire!
banned#4
if anyone wants to swap their wired one for a wireless one like this then please reply in here and i'll open up as FT thread. my wii came with a wireless bar but since my wii is right next to my tv i'd prefer a wired one!

reply in here and dont pm me please.
1 Like #5
I have a wired one i would swap hun :)

xx

EDIT: Damn the OH wants to keep the wired one in case he can't be arsed buying batteries all the time. Sorry hun - Don't get me own way again :cry:

Sod it, i'm buying this wireless too!

xx
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For people that don't care about appearance etc, you can just use two bright lights either side of your TV instead of buying this. Calibration may be slightly off but it does work.

The "sensor bar" is just infrared LEDs at a fixed distance apart, the wire to the console being there to just power them. The Wii remote then uses its IR camera to look at the position of the two lights/LEDs and work out where your TV is. You can see what the camera sees by going to "sensor bar sensitivity" in the Wii settings - then try pointing the remote at a bright light!
#7
rohanch
For people that don't care about appearance etc, you can just use two bright lights either side of your TV instead of buying this. Calibration may be slightly off but it does work.

The "sensor bar" is just infrared LEDs at a fixed distance apart, the wire to the console being there to just power them. The Wii remote then uses its IR camera to look at the position of the two lights/LEDs and work out where your TV is. You can see what the camera sees by going to "sensor bar sensitivity" in the Wii settings - then try pointing the remote at a bright light!


Rep added for that interesting info. :thumbsup:
banned 1 Like #8
AnitaBlaggit
I have a wired one i would swap hun :)

xx

EDIT: Damn the OH wants to keep the wired one in case he can't be arsed buying batteries all the time. Sorry hun - Don't get me own way again :cry:

Sod it, i'm buying this wireless too!

xx


haha! thanks for the interest... you'll get your way one day!!! :)
#9
dose anyone know where i can buy a wired one from??
#10
bykergrove
haha! thanks for the interest... you'll get your way one day!!! :)


Aww thanks hun, have repped :thumbsup:

xx
#11
Isnt it £1.73 with the £1 off voucher?
#12
are these any good? better than wired?
#13
ordered good find...if you wait until tomorrow you get 10 percent off...but then again it may sell out:whistling:

mines for backup
#14
Blender
Isnt it £1.73 with the £1 off voucher?


whats the code:thumbsup:
#15
daalphamale
whats the code:thumbsup:


https://www.thehut.com/hut/competitionEntry.secure
suspended#16
#17


not my first order but signed up anyway:thumbsup:

actually that the wrong this it doesnt load for me either just the email sign up?
#18
rohanch
For people that don't care about appearance etc, you can just use two bright lights either side of your TV instead of buying this. Calibration may be slightly off but it does work.

The "sensor bar" is just infrared LEDs at a fixed distance apart, the wire to the console being there to just power them. The Wii remote then uses its IR camera to look at the position of the two lights/LEDs and work out where your TV is. You can see what the camera sees by going to "sensor bar sensitivity" in the Wii settings - then try pointing the remote at a bright light!


Great info - must tell hubby this, he'll think I've found those brain cells that seem to have got lost somewhere...;-)
banned#19
beadysamuk
Great info - must tell hubby this, he'll think I've found those brain cells that seem to have got lost somewhere...;-)


if you turn your sensor bar on and get your mobile phone camera infront of it then the camera will pick up the IR light too and you will see them shining through your phone screen! works with remote controls also :-D
suspended#20
andy anouth great deal
#21
Hmmm... it's gone up to £5.73! ... still £5.16 with 10% off.... not such good a deal as OP.
banned#22
again if anyone wants the wireless one for their wired let me know

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