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wii wireless sensor bar £8.34 del before poss 15% quidco

£8.34 @ Zoombits
No more wires. The Wireless Sensor Bar provides a compact and wirefree solution to enhance your gameplay. It can be positioned almost anywhere, the best place being above or below your TV , which make…
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
No more wires. The Wireless Sensor Bar provides a compact and wirefree solution to enhance your gameplay. It can be positioned almost anywhere, the best place being above or below your TV , which makes it an excellent choice for wall mounted TV sets. Has up to 30 hours of battery life via 6 x AA batteries

Wireless. No wires needed
On/Off button with power light
Can be used with your existing Sensor Bar stand
10 metres operating range
Requires 6 x AA 1.5 volt batteries (not included)
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I believe I said once before that this is a "solution to a problem that doesn't exist".
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You can pick them up at comet for £7.99, without having to wait for/or pay for delivery
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I believe I said once before that this is a "solution to a problem that doesn't exist".


The problem exists sometimes - like when you set up a projector for kids to use the Wii. Then you're in a darkened room with the sensor bar perched on a chair somewhere in the middle and its power cable extended like a tripwire. I bought a wireless bar just for this setup. However I made the mistake of getting a cheap one off Ebay, when I should have paid a bit more for a branded one with a bit more welly, ie more powerful IR emitters.

They aren't 'sensor' bars at all of course, they don't send any signal back to the Wii. They merely have a pair of IR emitters at each end that the remotes use to work out where they are in relation to the screen. Some websites say you can use nightlights or even hacked TV remotes and get the same effect.

anyway, I'd vote these hot, if they are branded and they work...

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