Originally Posted by zorro524a
I was in error. I thought adjusting the audio delay through the HDMI menu under video settings affected the analog output. After more critical analysis, I was incorrect. I was simply perceiving what I wanted to see/hear.
Speaking of audio delay, I wish Oppo (and other companies) would support adjusting the delays in increments of 1 or 0.5 ms. Sound travels 10.8ft in 10ms and I believe the brain is sensitive to within a few inches when it comes to mapping sound to a perceived location. For audio-video sync, it may not be such a big deal, but for the speaker time delay, it can make a significant impact on perception.
You can tweak the speaker distances in the Speaker Configuration section of Setup for the analog outputs (see manual, ppg 58-59). Distances are set in 1ft increments. Is that what you need/want?
The HDMI lipsync stuff is applied enmasse to the whole HDMI audio signal, not per speaker, and is for exactly as you say: audio-video sync.
If sending audio via HDMI, your receiver should apply the relative speaker distances, rather than the player.
Or have I missed what you were trying to say?