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Topic # 70091 18-Oct-2010 20:34
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I am having a few troubles with the T-Box that was installed on Friday of last week.

1) When I am recording a program and then later run the recording the audio lags behind the video. The telling point is what actors lips are saying and what I am hearing, there is a distinct lag between the two.

The T-Box is connected by HDMI directly to my Television which is a Sony Bravia LED 46. The T-Box is connected by Optical cable to my Home Theatre System which is a Sony BDV-E300.

2) When watching television at random times the screen will pause for up to 10 seconds and then continue. Any ideas on how I can fix this would be appreciated?

Thank You!


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  Reply # 393676 19-Oct-2010 16:49
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On point 1, this is common when running the sound through a reciever and the picture straight the the tv. Best bet is to run everything through HDMI to the reciever then into the tv, if you cant do that then there is usually an audio delay option on most recievers to allow you to manipulate the sound delay to match the pictures.

There may even be this option on the T-box, if I remember correctly the mysky box had this option (I think)

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