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AVR200 + Plasmas

Discussion in 'Arcam Owners' Forum' started by General Skanky, Nov 22, 2004.

  1. General Skanky

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    Is this amp capable enough to deal with lip synch to plasmas should the issue arrive?
     
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    Unfortunately the AVR200 does not have lipsync correction. You need an AVR250/300 (or AV8) for that.

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    Ok. Thanks. Shame really, as I'm quite taken by it overall after a long time of being very dubious toward the amp.
     
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    Hi ya,
    Hope someone checks the end of this thread.....
    I have an AVR200 and thinking of getting a plasma,
    Don't mean to sound daft, but what is Lipsync ?
    Cheers
     
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    It is when the sound and picture don't quite marry up, due to a tiny delay in picture processing causing it to lag, making a programme look like it has had poorly edited dubbing.

    Thankfully, my 200 is perfect 99% of the time with a Panasonic PW6. Other plasmas may have more lipsynch issues.

    The only programmes I've found it on are really old. And I mean really old.
     
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    Cheers for that,
    Sounds simple enough and thats cool that your AVR200 is ok.

    Errrm cheap plasmers may process slower..... do you think?

    Sorry got me thinking now - if plasmers process at different speeds fast being good - how about LCD screens?

    Thanks again glad to know me 200 should be ok
     

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