Originally Posted by scrapser
The movies I have tried so far all seem to start up out of sync in the beginning. The movie studio intros always appear part-way into the intro as if the player started showing the audio/video after the disc already started playing. This has an adverse affect on one of my movies (Zulu). In Zulu, the opening credits and music are out of sync and the beginning with Richard Burton's voice reading the letter is also delayed.
Is anyone else experiencing this and if so is there a fix.
I don't recall any recent sync problems. There are people here with more experience diagnosing problems that I'm sure will help you tomorrow.
I have a Bose V20 home theater system.
Is this system designed to interface, using HDMI, with players from other manufacturers? Your problem may be a setup issue involving the V20.
It is HDMI 1.2 and from what the Oppo manual says...I'm using only a Monster high bandwidth HDMI cable for both video and audio signals.
Do you mean you have connected the OPPO to the V20 with your HDMI cable. Which OPPO HDMI port are you using?
The manual says high resolution audio formats cannot be transmitted through coaxial or optical cables.
True. It's an optical cable band width restriction.
This surprised me as I was using an optical cable for sound with my old Panasonic and thought I was getting the high resolution audio formats.
You were getting improved (I think it's a higher sample rate.) standard (core) audio, not Dolby TrueHD, and DTS-HD Master Audio.
Look for diagnostic help here or call OPPO. One thing you've gotten with your OPPO purchase is outstanding customer support.
Note: Once you get your sync problem sorted out, you'll also want to find out how to keep the V20 system from trying to process your video signal from the OPPO. Bose tends to think it's their way or the highway.
I assumed that you've been using a Blu-ray player, but when I down loaded the V20 manual there were instructions for a DVD player but no mention of Dolby TrueHD, and DTS-HD Master Audio. There also was no mention, that I could find, of LPCM HDMI audio output. I was looking at the og_ls_vclass.pdf file from Bose for the Lifestyle V20 and V30 home theater systems. Maybe I missed them.