[Req] How to correct when sound and picture are off track

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by frcrilly, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. frcrilly

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    Hi All,

    I occasionally come across DVDs borrowed from friends in which the picture and sound are mis-timed. Eg the sound is slightly delayed in comparison to the picture, possibly by up to one second.

    Possibly a long shot, but is there anything you can do with your visual or speaker system to help correct this scenario? (I use a Tevion DVD Recorder hooked up to a BenQ W100 projector and an Acoustic Solutions DS533 speaker system).

    Thanks In Advance
     
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    Most DVD players and av amps have audio delay, for more control though a PC (FFDSHOW) have far more advanced delay settings.
     

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