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Certainly! You should be able to connect the Wii's A/V cables to the inputs on your projector and place the Sensor Bar near the top of the projector screen. If the cable for the Sensor Bar isn't long enough, or if the cable gets in the way, you can purchase a wireless Sensor Bar.
This operates on batteries and can be placed as far away from the Wii as you like; the cable on the original Sensor Bar only carries power. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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instructions on how to connect wii thru your wireless
Turn on your Nintendo Wii by plugging it into a power source and pressing the power button.
Press the "A" button on your Wii controller to continue from the warning screen.
Select "Wii" button in the left hand corner of the main menu, by using your Wii remote to move the hand shaped cursor over the "Wii" button and pressing the "A" button on the controller to select the Wii options.
Click the "Wii Settings" box on the right.
Select the left arrow to scroll over to more options. Then select "Internet" from the list and "Connection Settings."
Choose an open connection by selecting the "Connection 3: None" option, then the "Wireless Connection" option, and the "Search for an Access Point Option."
Choose the access point you want to use from the list that will be displayed. Save the settings by clicking "OK." Then click "OK" to start a connection test. When the test is complete you are connected.
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