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Help me... I've had enough... audio synch problems!

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#21 OFFLINE   Mr.72



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Posted 18 April 2007 - 06:36 AM

it looks fine with a HD program. But SD programs on TNTHD are stretched, including commercials.
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#22 OFFLINE   ls7dude


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Posted 19 April 2007 - 07:14 PM

One more thing to check... in the Dolby audio setup, are you set to line mode or RF mode? It's possible the update changed the setting. Line mode will give you a wider dynamic range, RF will compress the volume range. Note that this only affects Dolby audio. So, depending upon the setting, the SD/HD volume might differ noticeably.

Thank you for your input. I did check and it is in RF mode. This problem is really annoying.

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