Originally Posted by Sammy2
1. By "faster" do you mean the audio is delayed or the video is running away from the auido? I have not seen this issue. You are using a MAC mini with Windows right? Maybe something to do with that set up? Have you toyed with the sound settings in control panel?
2. You may want to try this one
. Although I haven't used it monoprice generally makes quality products.
The video is running away from the audio on SOME of the channels, like AMC-HD (ch 1806 on my comcast), and during the eagles documentary on Showtime yesterday. Other channels are either totally in sync or the video is a bit behind from the audio. My mac mini has no driver conflicts and uses the standard drivers on intel's site, the bootcamped drivers from apple were not HDCP compliant or something and refused to work inside WMC, but the drivers from intel's site work just fine. If its a live tv show, I have 0 issues. Everything is in sync and the video is perfect. If it's a recorded tv show or movie, the video runs ahead of the audio on SOME of the channels only, not all. The only other thing we have is a cable amplifier that was installed years ago. Why is it that some of the channels have perfect audio sync and others dont? Is the splitter the problem?
The other issue is that I'm using the mac mini solely becasue it has an optical SPDIF out, as my a/v equipment predates HDMI. So that is the only way I could get digital tv to work, without building a giant htpc box. I can live with it because i mostly only watch the news or sports, but its still bugging me until I get some sort of solution or a way to slow down the video or something
would xbmc work any better?
my downstream power level is: +4dBmV on channels 2, and 4. It is +3dBmV on channels 6 and 7
upstream power level is : +43 on channel 8 and 9, and +42 on channel 7.