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Wireless sensor bar (wii)....any good ?

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Kids rabbit has bitten through wire on wii sensor !...looking on Amazon for a replacement and they have got a wireless one for @ £5 delivered, which would be handy , but wondering if anyone knows if they are as good as wired ones are they as responsive ?
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Just the same I believe. Iirc you could use 2 candles instead!

It's just another thing with batteries though
#2
cheaper on ebay
#3
Bare the wires each end and solder back together simples!
#4
havnt looked on ebay yet tbh



And hubby tried that last night but the wire is so fine, couldnt get it to work anyway
#5
dont buy it they are rubbish the sensor is really shakey and takes ages to control,my friend has one but has to now bring her console to my house to change settings etc on the wii!
#6
As far as I am aware, the sensor bar only acts as a source of light, which the Wii Remotes uses to feed back to the console regarding positioning. There is no feedback between the sensor bar and console, so a wireless one will work as well as a wired one, just taking power from batteries rather than the console itself.

As sancho1983 says, different light sources can do the same job as the sensor bar, such as candles. Crazy.

Joystiq video: candles replace Wii sensor bar

Edited By: flamingcarrot on Oct 20, 2010 10:41: yes, thanks....
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flamingcarrot
As far as I am aware, the sensor bar only acts as a source of light, which the Wii Remotes uses to feed back to the console regarding positioning. There is no feedback between the sensor bar and console, so a wireless one will work as well as a wireless one, just taking power from batteries rather than the console itself.As sancho1983 says, different light sources can do the same job as the sensor bar, such as candles. Crazy.Joystiq video: candles replace Wii sensor bar

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#8
we have used the candle trick too when our puppy decided to destroy our sensor bar, it is ok for a while but is slower than having a proper one
#9
whatsThePoint
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