do you prefer top or bottom??

fizzgog

Well-known Member
wii sensor on tv that is?
...pete
 

belfast-biker

Standard Member
wii sensor on tv that is?
...pete



Seems a little easier to point if it's at top.

If I place it at bottom, I have to tilt the controller too far forward.

On top, it's perfect.
 

Knyght_byte

Distinguished Member
will be underneath for me.....i got a big one :D

86in ;)
 

Dot_Cotton

Standard Member
So if you have a wall mounted plasma, you should be okay to place the sensor bar at the top of the TV? How does that work with the Wiimote and movement because the bar would be quite high up, does it effect play?
 

JonStatt

Well-known Member
I have a plasma above a fireplace, so its considered unergonomically high! But you get used to it fairly quickly.

I tried at the bottom and at the top. When it was on the top, I found that it felt more like I was pointing at the screen than just somewhere in the air. Because of the angle due to its height, I had to increase the sensitivity to 4 to get it to read more reliably.

Jonathan
 

Melkor

Active Member
Underneath, less messy cable-wise
 

Moogle

Distinguished Member
On top here.:D Although I may try bottom to see how well it works there.
 

C225

Distinguished Member
Bottom as the top of my TV is sloped downwards.
 

Indiana Jones

Distinguished Member
How far under the TV is the safe area? because I have my sensor bar resting ontop of my dvd player which is about 4 inches from the bottom of my TV and I was wondering if putting it ontop would be better.
 

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