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Problems with an echo!

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by South, Aug 14, 2003.

  1. South

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    Wondered if anyone could help. Just bought an LG LH-23c6235 sytstem. I am using a scart lead connection only at the moment. When watching DVDs the sound is fine but when I try and watch the t.v through the DVD/VCR there is a time delay between the system and the tv causing an echo and the sound is broken. Is there anything i can do to stop this, maybe using different cables? I have tried through the Rf and S-video connection. Any advice?
     
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    Need a bit more info on yur connections. Are you using an RCA line input from the DVD to the LG system. Are you remembering to mute down the TV sound?
     
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    At the moment just using scart straight from DVD into T.V and RF lead. If i do mute the tv I only then get sound purely from home cinema system. Is there no way that I can still use the T.V speakers as well
     
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    Sorry South, didn't notice that you had re-posted a few days ago.

    Surely the whole point of a cinema system is to replace TV speakers and thereby impove the audio quality. By using the TV speakers as well, you will loose the 5:1 surround attributes and front/rear speaker balance and, of course, you will get an echo due to the signal processing delay
     

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