I know people like what they like but what's the point.
I don't believe you'll ever get them to synch because the tv is a direct connect while there is an intermediate step (TV) before the receiver gets the signal and reproduces it into the speakers. You also have a faster cable (HDMI) feeding the tv compared to the speed of the optical connection from the tv to the receiver.
<span id="INSERTION_MARKER"> <span id="INSERTION_MARKER"> Here is my set up:
<div><span>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
<div><span> 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.
<span>Does anyone have a solution to this problem?