But I've noticed that even TV stations are letting the sync slide a bit more. I think it's a dollar issue. It may be that the costs to sync up that area is thought to be unimportant compared to the schedule? We can only guess.
I've seen a few DVDs that have the same technical flaw.
You are not alone in spotting this. Some gear can tweak the sync a little, but I don't own your equipment so you'll have to find out if such an adjustment is in there.
I need you your help in sync up the video and audio. It looks like the audio is a bit behind (latency) the video.
My video/audio systems:
- TV Display: Pioneer PRO-1410HD.
- Samsung HD Tuner/Receiver. Connect to TV Display via Monster Component Cable.
- Audio Output of the HD Tuner/Receiver goes to Bose LifeStyle 48 system via digital cable that comes with Bose system.
As a man on TV speaks his voice is not in sync with his lip movement. The sound is a bit behind the words. This is really annoying :-).
Please advise me of what to do to sync up the video and the sound.
Thanks a lot for your help here.