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Do amps/receivers do lip sync delay for analogue as well as digital?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by alanfcross, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. alanfcross

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    Question in the subject, really. Do they just buffer the datastream of digital inputs, or do they A->D convert the analogue inputs as well? If so, do they do it well?
     
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    Well I've obviously not used all AV receivers, but those I have that have the lip sync feature have all worked with analogue inputs. The sync correction is done digitally, so as long as you don't set the input to 'analogue direct' or whatever it's called you should be fine.

    I use the lip sync correction on my processor and have no problems with the way its done, so in my experience they do do it well! I don't think it is a feature that gets done badly by any receiver or processor.

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