Delay Between TV Speaker Audio and Receiver Speaker Audio

Discussion in 'Home Theater Audio' started by adamneubauer, Aug 26, 2011.

  1. adamneubauer

    adamneubauer New Member

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    Here is my set up:

    DirecTV HR24-200 Box connected to Sony Bravia 46BX420 TV via HDMI Cable. TV connected to Sony STR-DH520 Receiver via Optical cable (optical out on TV, optical in on receiver).

    I like to listen to the TV audio even when I have the receiver audio on. I like to have them both on. However, there is a slight delay between the TV Speaker Audio and Receiver Speaker Audio. The difference is so slight that I cannot tell which is behind the picture, but I just want them to be in-sync. I turned the A/V sync feature off on the receiver, and it slightly helped the problem. There is still and echo.

    Does anyone have a solution to this problem?
     
  2. FarmerBob

    FarmerBob Godfather

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    I have the perfect solution. Turn the audio on one of them off. That's it.

    Plus I have to say having both on at the same time doing the same thing is just plain stupid.
     
  3. armophob

    armophob Difficulty Concen........

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    I do not believe there is a solution. Each processes the sound differently. If you fed your tv via the receiver they might get closer in sync. If your tv has a 2nd hdmi or component in, try that when using both.
     
  4. Carl Spock

    Carl Spock Superfly

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    There is no practical solution.

    The problem is that there is nothing in the HDTV standard that syncs the picture to the audio. They are processed independently.
     

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