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Thread: Wii Controllers and Sensors... jumpy

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    Wii Controllers and Sensors... jumpy

    this is the general wii discussion, so hoping this is right place to post this. Ok I have a 62" TV, so close is not fun... well we can only get about 10 ft away from the stock original sensor bar and the nintendo hand will become VERY jumpy, even worse with Motion Plus, shouldnt i be able to get further then 10 ft away? ive tried sensor above, left/right of tv. all four remotes do it with and without the motion plus plugged in.

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    did that, no matter what sensitivity or above/below... so jumps badly unless im in HBC if im in any thing like, that act perfect! i thought about one of them new bars, but i want to wait till a battery pack is made for them...

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    Junior Member supermasterpig's Avatar
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    Thank you mrkazador I was going to suggest he do that but that link explains everything lets hope he reads it

    Do you have anything that could interfere with the signal say another bluetooth device or something that could jamm the signal?
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    If it acts normally in hbc then I don't think a new bar would help. Something weird is going on, don't know what... maybe has something to do with the system menu.

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    im running 4.2u, for other devices, in the immediate area of the bar is the ps3, orig-xbox, dvr, hddvd player. about 20 ft away is Wifi router and laptop. yeah i read the walk through link you provided, i even played with it again, i can go exactly 10 ft good signal, 14 ft, so jumpy can barely be used.

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    Junior Member supermasterpig's Avatar
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    But when your on HBC its steady at 14 feet?
    "The worst thing you can do is not to get old, but to close your mind to others that you think lack the experiences you have had. " Oddgriffin
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    Quote Originally Posted by supermasterpig View Post
    But when your on HBC its steady at 14 feet?
    Yeah 14-20 ft in HBC and other custom apps its steady as if i was standing right in front of the sensor

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    Alright but main menu and games it is about a 10 foot range?
    "The worst thing you can do is not to get old, but to close your mind to others that you think lack the experiences you have had. " Oddgriffin
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    yep, main menu, settings menus and games, 10 ft max for steadiness

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