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# 175159 19-Jun-2015 14:47
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Thanks in advance for any help.

I have a Panasonic TH - p50V102 Television, and the home theatre system is SA-Bt207.

MySky box runs from the audio out into the home theatre. I need to impede the sound to get it to Sync with the pictures, but it seems some channels are adjusting differently.

Is it me being overly sensitive to the pics, having spent so long trying to work out how to get it right, or with the scaling of some channels, could it possibly be different ?

Cheers

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  # 1327876 19-Jun-2015 14:53
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my wife notices it to, we seem to have found a happy medium for the delay

she is a lot more sensitive than i am

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  # 1327903 19-Jun-2015 15:53
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Are you talking about delay rather than impedance? I find the same issue with Freeview using my Tivo, different channels require different delay values.

With XBMC you can set the delay per movie if required which is nice.

 
 
 
 




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  # 1327911 19-Jun-2015 16:23
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Mattmannz: Are you talking about delay rather than impedance? I find the same issue with Freeview using my Tivo, different channels require different delay values.

With XBMC you can set the delay per movie if required which is nice.


I probably am speaking of delay.

Thanks for the confirmation, I will rest easier knowing I am not going nuts, and will find the best compromise.

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