Question about Nyko Wireless Sensor Bar for Nintendo Wii
First thing to check is your battery... This sensor bar is nice that it doesn't require a wire for power, but the battery tends to drain pretty quickly. After about 8-hours or so of playtime you'll probably have to change batteries.
You also need to calibrate the sensitivity if your Wiimote afterwards to make sure it works properly.
Lastly, this bar is also known to have issues with some third party controllers. If you're not using the official Wiimote you might also have issue with this bar.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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