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Does anyone know....

Golf_turbo

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How long the lead is for the reciever thingy that goes under your TV?

I Just got my Wii but it's all sealed up and ready for Xmas so I can't really open it and have a look. My problem is that my Wii is going to go with all my other AV stuff the other end of the room so I'm guess the lead will not be long enough? If it isn't are they any ways to extend it?

Thanks
 

KingOfGondor

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apparently 8ft or so (i didn't waste time measruing mine, just plugged it straight in!)

you can make your own to plug into a wall socket if you feel up to it with a soldering iron, otherwise there are already wireless ones available already but with only 48hrs play time.
 

Golf_turbo

Established Member
apparently 8ft or so (i didn't waste time measruing mine, just plugged it straight in!)

you can make your own to plug into a wall socket if you feel up to it with a soldering iron, otherwise there are already wireless ones available already but with only 48hrs play time.


Damn 8ft is not enough! lol

What do you mean I can make my own to plug into a wall socket? Are the wireless ones made by Nintendo?
 

KingOfGondor

Established Member
nintendo haven't released an official wireless version yet but they probably will

if you are handy with a soldering iron, all you need is some IR leds, wire, resistors and some form of transformer to plug in the wall, then you wouldn't have to connect it to your wii
 

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