Pioneer 757 and 2011 - lip sync problems

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  1. mutley

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    I've a Pioneer 757Ai, 2011 receiver and hs10 projector.

    I've noticed some lip sync problems in r2 dvds, specially in DTS.

    Last night watched "spy game" DTS and the problem was huge. I could hear Redford's talking much sonner that it's lips moving.

    I haven't noticed it on R1 discs, but haven't played any since i reckoned the problem on r2.

    I know 2011 doesn't have audio delay.

    What i'm trying to know is if anyone noticed this on 757? I'll try to get a Rotel 1060 to see if it's the player.

    I read the Denon thread about this, mine is multiregioned, but only NTSC progressive. This is the strange thing, if it only plays progressive through r1, it should be more noticieable on r1 discs...

    But i even remove the signal to interlace and it's the same deal...

    Any thoughts?
     
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    I have a 757 used together with a Denon AVR3801 receiver which is an older model before the introduced the delay function to correct lipsync, However, I never had any lip synch problems whatsoever. DTS is my favorite format and I watch a lot of R2 and R1 DVDs
     
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    I have a 757ai connected to a 4-Series Panasonic.
    Regardless of whether the player or the screen does the de-interlacing, A delay to the audio is needed to prevent what you are experiencing. (although some people don’t seem to notice)
    You need the ability to delay the audio signal in a progressive scan set-up.
     
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    yep. that's what i thought.

    Cause in my widescreen tv i hve never had that problem.
    Either in R1 or R2. But with the projector is quite noticiable, specially with DTS...
     
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    I expect mouths are a lot bigger now you have a projector ;)
    Poor lip-sync is far more noticable as screen size increases.

    Also, was your previous tv even Prog Scan?
     
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    nop. but if i play interlaced pictures without scaller i get lip syn problems also in the projector.
     

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