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post #31 of 34 Old 04-07-2012, 09:09 PM
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Now, if these late night HBO Go shows can be seen any time of the day, then the Xbox controls don't do much unless the metadata has been tagged with content ratings. But if these shows can only be seen at certain hours of the day, then you have full control.

The entire point of HBO Go is that all content is on demand, which is why I said the parental controls should/need to be set on the HBO site.
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Just wondering...

For those that have lip sync issues, what console do you have? I have the original Xbox, that doesn't have HDMI. So I'm using the component cables for my set up. The audio to video is slightly off, however it seems to go in and out as the video plays.

It's annoying, and I noticed it right away. I've brought it up with other people who were viewing content with me, but no one else seemed to notice it, but it's definitely there. When I turn on my PS3 and run Netflix, the audio is synced perfectly via HDMI. So I'm wondering if this is a cable isolated issue.
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Just wondering...

For those that have lip sync issues, what console do you have? I have the original Xbox, that doesn't have HDMI. So I'm using the component cables for my set up. The audio to video is slightly off, however it seems to go in and out as the video plays.

It's annoying, and I noticed it right away. I've brought it up with other people who were viewing content with me, but no one else seemed to notice it, but it's definitely there. When I turn on my PS3 and run Netflix, the audio is synced perfectly via HDMI. So I'm wondering if this is a cable isolated issue.

I use HDMI on my Xbox Elite and Xbox S and they both exhibit the issue.
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Two new Xbox slims both do it for me over HDMI (one with optical audio.)
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