Hi folks, I'm new to this forum but it seems like the best place on the web to get good technical info. The problem I'm having is this: I purchased a Samsung LN-S4051D 40" LCD television last week. Everything works great but when I connect an auxiliary audio source, the auxiliary audio is a few milliseconds behind the sound coming from the television, causing an echo/layering effect that makes it impossible to enjoy what I'm watching. I've tried 2 different DVD players and 2 different stereos with the same results in all cases. I can only think of 3 possibilities as to what is wrong: 1. The Samsung LN-S4051D plays DVD audio much lower than regular television and game audio--and maybe all stereos/surround sound setups have a delay but the low TV volume is making it much more noticable? 2. There is something wrong with the audio-out on the TV and I need to contact the manufacturer or return it to the store. (Oh god, I really hope this isn't the problem.) 3. The audio cables I'm using are at least 5 years old and are causing the delay. (I've used the same two sets for all my tests but they are both 5+ years old) The audio cables I'm using are your standard red and white cables. Any suggestions short of returning the TV or having Samsung send a technician out? Any help would be MUCH appreciated.