There are too many discussions to link to here but here's one.
Again, why do you think it's you or your machine? We know Netflix is straining at the gills to get thousands of devices working so a little thing like lip sync seems to move to way down the list of problems.
And again, since it did that 10 years ago. *yes, over a decade ago http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netflix
You begin to wonder if you should reconsider moving to hard media that you can return if they blow it.
I just purchased a cNet-recommended notebook, thinking that I could use it to stream HD from Netflix. But after a couple minutes (if that long) the video starts to lag behind the audio and gets progressively worse. I have to click off the HD in order to watch the stream in sync.
The laptop is an HP Pavilion dm1z 11.6" AMD Dual-Core FUSION Processor E-350+AMD Radeon HD 6310M Discrete-Class Graphics, 3GB DDR3 RAM. The TV is a Panasonic VIERA TC-L42U30 42-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV.
I am running Chrome on Windows 7. I have a 12Mbps download speed (just slightly under that, for practical purposes).
I have Googled extensively in an attempt to find a simple answer, but so far I can't sort out the solutions to narrow down something that will work for me.
If I need to provide more information about my system, I'll also need to be told how to *find* said info, since I'm pretty much a cyber-luddite.
Thanks you all for any suggestions that might work (aside from trading in this notebook for something else).