AE300 Setup - Should I worry about lipsync?

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  1. crawf1982

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    I am planning a new home cinema room that will feature the AE300 PJ. Due to the layout of the room I am wondering whether I am going to encounter lipsync problems. Here are the main components in the system and how they will be connected up:

    HTPC (for DVD movie playback)

    Video - Connected directly to PJ via short DVI cable
    Audio - Connected to receiver via long coaxial digital cable

    NTL cable

    Video - RGB scart -> JS Tech RGB to component converter -> receiver -> PJ via long component cables
    Audio - connected to receiver via short phono cable

    Gamecube

    Video - connected directly to PJ via short VGA cable
    Audio - connected to receiver via long phono cable

    Panasonic DMR-E30

    Video - RGB scart -> JS Tech RGB to component converter -> receiver -> PJ via long component cables
    Audio - connected to receiver via short optical cable


    Can anybody foresee any lipsync problems with the above?

    The receiver will be a Denon 1803.

    Thanks in advance,

    Dave
     
  2. ChrisNightingal

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    Hi Dave,

    Well I have the AE300 connected to a Yamaha DSP-A1 amp via a 10m S-VHS cable and don't have any problems that I'm aware of. Whether this can be related to your situation, I'm not sure but I thought I would just mention it.

    Thanks

    Chris.
     
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    The only component that your likely to get lip sync with is your HTPC. When I first set mine up properly with my 300 it had terrible sync problems, it just turned to be a software problem ... .

    Gamecube is fine , as is Xbox , for me anyway ...
     

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