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Topic # 94813 19-Dec-2011 15:17
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I've recently upgraded my Tv to a nice LG LED. 

Since plugging in the Tbox we really notice the delay in audio. It's Milli Vanilli all over again!

Has anyone got any solutions?

My home-theater-in-a-box is a little old but I can delay the audio on it for dvds. But I don't think this is the problem as I never had this problem on the my old dlp tv.

Any help would be a nice xmas present!

 

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  Reply # 559661 19-Dec-2011 16:01
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Hi,

I have and Onkyo Home Theater system and have also notice the last month or so that I have an Audio delay, I have to say been pretty disappointed in the rate some of the issues of the Tbox has been fixed.  I tried to look at delaying the Audio but it is not really working. I if some one know how we can if this please let us know.

Chris
 

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  Reply # 559752 19-Dec-2011 20:36
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Is the audio infront of the video or lagging behind?

If it was infront of the video then adding a delay to the stereo system would fix it.

But if the audio was lagging behind the video then wouldn't you have to delay the video? 



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  Reply # 561159 24-Dec-2011 11:44
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problem solved....bought a new amp. !!!

Although I have noticed after I spent quite a while getting the sync just right on game of thrones that other channels are all over the show also!

Strange 

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