Bestselling Wii Sensor Bars in 2020
Nextronics Sensor Bar Extension Cable 50ft for Wii & Wii U
- Add 50 additional feet of cable length to Wii and Wii U sensor bars
- Great for home theaters, projectors, and media rooms
- High quality construction
- Easy to install and use. Includes instructions
- Nextronics brand accessory
Hokyzam W06 Wireless Sensor Bar Sensor Signal Receiver Infrared Ray Inductor For Wii Console-Black
Exclusive Wireless Ultra Sensor Bar Wii By PowerA
Ortz® Wii Sensor Bar USB Replacement - Works with Nintendo Wii / Wii U / PC - Wired Powered by USB Cable - Best SensorBar for Computers - Compatible with Windows Xp, Vista, 7, 8
HDE Accessory Pack for Nintendo Wii AC Power Adapter Block Component A/V HDTV Cable and Wired Motion Sensor Bar for Nintendo Wii
- Everything you need to replace lost or damaged parts of your Wii console; includes AC power adapter, AV cables, and sensor bar
- AC Power Adapter Specs: Input: 110-240V AC; Output: 12V DC, 3.7A
- Replacement AV cables feature gold-plated connectors for increased longevity
- AV cable supports 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i resolution
- Wired infrared sensor bar comes with stand for easy setup; Length: 7 ft.
?The Best Deal?OriGlam Wii Sensor Bar USB Replacement - Works with Nintendo Wii / Wii U / PC - Best SensorBar for Computers - Compatible with Windows Xp, Vista, 7, 8
CAVN New Replacement Wired Infrared Ray Sensor Bar Compatible Nintendo Wii and Wii U Console
- Good Quality Wired infrared sensor bar for Nintendo Wii and Wii U Consoles
- Including stand with adhesive for easy attachment to tv, monitor or any smooth surface. Wii System Is Not Included
- Over 7ft cable ensures convenient placement of sensor bar, Sensor Bar Length: 9.4 inches
- Ideal replacement or extra sensor for Wii or Wii U
- Easy to set up and start playing out of the box.
Wii Infared SENSOR BAR - Wired - REPLACEMENT PART NEW
- Brand New Generic Bulk Package
- Wii Wired Sensor Bar Only (Wired Version)
- Wii System Is Not Included. Wii System Sold Seperately
- All Wii Video Games Are Not Included. All Video Games Sold Seperately
- Wired Sensor Bar Only.
Hokyzam W01 Wii Sensor Bar Wired Infrared Sensor Bar USB Replacement,Works With Nintendo Wii/Wii U/PC,Wired Powered By USB Cable-White
- Wii sensor bar replacement for Nintendo Wii & Nintendo Wii U game consoles
- Infrared Ray Inductor: This infrared receiver has six infrared leds to launch infrared, let the Wii handle right infrared sensor bar to identify the location and distance perception.
- Easy to use:This usb wii sensor bar console works just like the original sensor bar only need connect the inductor's plug to the Wii console.
- This wii sensors with a stand under the inductor help to support it and can be positioned above or below the TV Set,monitor or any smooth surface
- Long enough cable:The wii sensor bar cablecomes with more than 7ft cable ensures convenient placement of sensor bar, Sensor Bar Length: 9.4 inches
Original Nintendo Wii U Sensor Bar for Wii U (Packaging Bulk)
- Original nintendo wii u sensor bar
Nyko Wii Accessories Review
Nyko brings several accessories to the Wii console system in their Wii Charge Station, HD-Link Audio/Video Cable and the Wireless Sensor Bar.
The Nintendo Wii does have some shortcomings as I quickly found out when I received mine. The shortcomings I am talking about are not in the great games or fantastic gameplay that gets you up and moving but in the accessories area. Batteries are expensive as I can easily attest and using rechargeable batteries is the way to save both money and help the environment. I use so many gadgets with batteries that I would be spending a fortune on them if I did not use the rechargeable ones. I also help the environment by not having all those batteries going into the local landfill.
Enter the Nyko Wii Charge Station, with two slots for your Wii remotes and the two sets of rechargeable batteries and covers. The Wii Charge Station connects to a regular power outlet to charge the two remote batteries you install into the Wii remotes. The cover has a hole for the contacts in the back of the remote so when you set the remote into the charge base it instantly starts charging the remote battery.
The Nyko Charge Station will keep you in the game longer than conventional batteries as they are the Nickel Metal Hydride batteries for long lasting charges. The company says each charge will last for 25 hours of game play, I'm not really going to test that as I really am not into gaming that much. I know it is a convenient way to keep you gaming and a handy stand to always know where your remotes are. The charge does last longer than I can play in one sitting, several hours, and you just place the remote back into the stand when you're done.
You do need to remove the Nunchuk cable from the Remote to place it in the charger and the cord does not get in the way. On another charger I also reviewed the cord also sets in the base of the charger but also does not get in the way when charging. This was one thing that I was interested in, will I have to remove the wrist cord when I charge the remote or do they have a way to keep it out of the way. You simply hold the cord up along the remote when placing the remote into the base so it is not along the back between the base and the remote.
The Nyko Charge Station is a great way to keep two remotes in the game and ready for action.
The Nyko HD-Link HD Component Audio/Video cable is a great solution for that high definition gaming on your system. Although the Wii console does not get a great high definition picture it is a bit better when using the cables and the component connections for the better picture and color quality.
There is a noticeable difference when using the high definition cables and these are easy to connect and a good length at 8 feet. The component connections allow up to 480p resolution for your HDTV which is the maximum you could want for the Wii system. The clarity and picture quality is definitely better than using the cable that comes with the Wii system.
The HD-Link HD Component Audio/Video Cable is an easy way to connect your high definition television to your Wii system.
The Wii console system uses an infrared signal between the remote and the base that goes through what they have dubbed the sensor bar. Many at first thought this sensor bar received a signal much like our remotes for TV's and DVD players. But several crafty computer geeks soon found out, after ripping apart their sensor bars, that the sensor bar merely is several LED lights to send an infrared signal to the remote. This signal tells the remote where it is in relation to the screen and then the remote sends its information to the console via Bluetooth wireless signals. So the Sensor bar is a bunch of lights for the remote to find out where it is pointing.
Several individuals have made their own wireless sensor bars but it is far easier and about the same price to buy one such as the Nyko Wireless Sensor Bar. This bar includes the remote sensor bar and four batteries. It comes with a few settings and a convenient on/off/timer setting. Just place the sensor bar in front of your television, either above or below, after installing the batteries. Of course if you have changed the position of the bar from the earlier settings you will need to tell the Wii console where you placed the bar.
The Wireless Sensor Bar turns on with a simple push button located on the top right of the bar. A blue light comes on when the bar is turned on so you know that it is on or has been left on. There is also a handy device that times gameplay for the sensor bar and will turn the sensor bar off in an hour or two hours. Simply slide the switch on the back from Timer off to 1 or 2 hour and almost when the hour or two is up a beeping will sound and the blue light will start to blink. The alarm lasts for five minutes and if the power button on the top is not pressed the bar will automatically shut off. You can reset the time by simply pressing the power button on the top for another hour or two of gameplay.
This is a convenient way to not forget to turn off the sensor bar but you can also time how long children play on the Wii system using the sensor bar. You can also just shut off the timer and the blue light will hopefully remind you to turn off the bar and save on the batteries of the sensor bar.
The Nyko Wireless Sensor Bar range is 25 feet and being wireless allows you to place the bar anywhere regardless of wires. The console itself does need to be close to the TV but with the bar being wireless I have heard of using the bar closer to the players and using a very large television further away. One setup I saw on the internet has a television about four feet wide with the sensor bar on a stool between the players and the TV so the sensor bar has no problem sending the light signals to the remote.
Now I am not suggesting you go out and buy a four foot TV just to play the Wii on, you can also watch TV on it. Having a wireless remote bar is very nice to keep the amount of cords around your television and entertainment center to a minimum. Keeping the mess behind the TV is a definite benefit of using the Nyko Wireless Sensor Bar.
Nyko makes some great accessories for the console systems and the Remote Charge Station, HD Audio/Video Cable and Remote Sensor Bar are a great addition to your gaming center. I highly recommend all these great products from Nyko.