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#114874 5-Mar-2013 23:18
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Hi, I have a Denon 3801 receiver and Energy speakers connected to a Samsung 6 series 55" TV and Samsung bluray DVD player. As the receiver doesnt have HDMI cable inputs I have used a optical cable to connect the receiver to the DVD player. For most DVD's we play there seems to be a slight lag between the video and sound i.e. the video is slighlty behind the sound. Any suggestions on how this can be fixed?

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  #775406 6-Mar-2013 08:04

I've had this problem too, but with Panasonic gear feeding a Yamaha amp. I found I could reduce the delay by turning off the cinema features on the plasma, but it never got perfect until I found a menu setting in the bluray player to delay the digital audio.

The Panasonic bluray player has a setup menu and in the sound section is a SPDIF output delay adjustment. For my setup 40mS audio delay (one frame of video) seems to fix the problem. There is probably a similar tweak within the Samsung bluray player that will make up for the display delay.

Hope this helps!




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  #775411 6-Mar-2013 08:11
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Check the manuals for both devices, there should be a millisecond delay option somewhere.
i.e. if the video is slightly ahead of the audio then you would want to have no delay on the amp etc.

 
 
 
 




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  #775871 6-Mar-2013 20:28
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Many thanks. I recall seeing a delay setting on the receiver but think that was delay between front and rear surround speakers. I will try to find an appropriate setting on the samsung bluray. Cheers.

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