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how to delay yamaha

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Baron Von Doom, Apr 29, 2005.

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    how do i sound delay yamaha rxv350. cant go lower than 10ms or higher than 25. book says goes to 99ms
     
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    :nono: this is the 3rd time yo have posted this :nono: , the more you keep posting the same message again and again the less likely people will take the time to help
     
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    maybe nobody knows!
     
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    Yamaha site says that this amp does not have audio delay feature. (try to compare it to another amp like 757 that supports this feature. There, you'll see that in the comparison list it clearly says 350 does not have this feature.)
     
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    definatly has a delay. instruction book says it has up to 99ms. i can delay up to 25ms and down to 10ms but no more
     
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    sorry computer was playing up last night dont think it was loading up pages properly so didnt think first one had been posted :oops:
     
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    Ok, I found it in the manual. It says 1 to 99ms delay. You say -10 to +25ms. I can only assume this is a typo in the manual as it does not talk about negative delays either.
    On the other hand, -10 to 25ms delay range is very typical. This is the per-channel delay setting that allows you to compensate for the differences in the distance of the speakers and your desired listening position. If we take the speed of sound to be round 300m/s, then the range in meters will be -3 to +7.5meters. 99ms on the other hand would mean nearly 30meters which is clearly too much (and so not usefull). Who would ever place the speakers in a homecinema with relative differences in distance of up to 30meters??
    The 0-160ms delay in the higher models is a delay setting for all channels at the same time (not individually selectable). That delay is to compensate for the lip-sync problem caused by some TV sets that do too much digital processing and cause the image to be delayed on the screen. So on a RX750 for example you can have a 0~160ms global AND a -10~25ms per-channel delay setting.
     
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    thanks. im trying to solve lip sync on panny pw7. its actually +10 to +25ms. Do you think the 160ms models would solve this then?
     
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    Yes it can! Normally the lip-sync delay in most TVs are less than 80ms (2 x 40ms which is 2 half fields in the interlaced broadcast) so 0-160ms is definitely enough. As I understand the lowest model with lip-sync delay compensation in the Yamaha series is now RX-V657.
     
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    no..it's the 450
     
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    The cheapest receiver in the Yamaha digital range....the RX SL80 also has this option ...........& very handy it is too!
    Quality amp btw :smashin:
     
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    would this be any worse or better than my amp.
    also just noticed some dvds are ok with no problem with lip sync. Watched blade trinity and it was fine while critters 2 was terrible
     
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    Not sure how it compares to what I would call a "proper" amp but certainly sounds fine for me, good build quality as always from Yamaha as well.
    I have found that setting the delay to 60ms suits all sources, can't say I have noticed any lip sync since setting at this. Did originally have a play at various settings but stayed with 60ms. Good thing is u could if u wanted adjust the lip sync using the remote any time u want.
    HTH
     
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    is there any other amp you would recomend any make
     

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