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post #1 of 3 Old 08-22-2014, 03:43 PM - Thread Starter
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Lipsync Delay Average

What do all of you guys have to use for lipsync delay? I'm running a 25ft HDMI cord from my PC to my Yamaha RXV467 and then HDMI into my TV, it seems I need 150ms delay but it still seems off to me, is this a huge delay?
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Length of the HDMI cable has nothing to do with lip sync delay. It has to do with the processing in you AVR taking it's own sweet time in getting done and then sent to the speakers while the unmolested video signal goes freely straight to the display.

I think I have to use 150 or 200 on my AVR, I can't remember since I set it quite a while ago.

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Every flat panel TV has some video processing delay, typically 30-60ms, but sometimes more if certain features are engaged.

HDMI 1.3 has an automatic delay feature if your TV and AVR support it.

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