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AV amps with audio delay

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by MJS, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. MJS

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    Hi all,
    Since purchasing my LG plasma a couple of weeks ago, two things happened:
    a) I fried the analogue inputs on my Marantz 4400 (don't ask)
    b) I'm very susceptible to lip sync problems on some freeview channels and dvd.

    So. I'm in the market for an amp around the £250 mark that has an audio delay feature, but more specifically, I need pre-amp outputs so that I can use my existing hi-fi separates system for L+R channels. I'm looking at the Denon 1905 - can anybody tell me if it has a delay feature? The limited documentation on Denon's website doesn't say. Failing that, are there any other recommendations?

    Thanks.
    Mark.
     
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    Afaik the Denon 1905 has both audio delay and audio preouts.
     
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    Only the 2805 and 3805 hae an audio delay.
    The 1905 has delay time for individual speakers which is done by setting the distance from the speaker to the listening position.
     

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