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Note callibration ever since i upgraded to an HD tv, my wii guitar hasnt been synced up, whenever i press the note key there has been a delay of when the keys light up on teh tv. Is this a problem with the guitar, the tv or both?

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No all HD TVs have note lagg

to calibrate the guitar simply click the options in the main menue
and click calibrate
follow the instructions an voila

pls rate.

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