I believe that this topic may have been addressed previously but couldn't find it. Anyway, I have a new TV (because my old but excellent set's panel was dying). I now have varying degree's of lip sync, mostly unwatchable with the new set. I've tried the negative settings as well as the positive settings in the Oppo and can't seem to get it to sync up. I'm not sure if I'm doing anything wrong, but it is a bummer to have this problem. And the Oppo at this point is the only way I have of converting the signal to RCA, which I then direct into my McIntosh integrated to provide sound. The new TV (Sony KDL-55W900A) only has optical out. I seem to recall reading that there is some type of converter that you can use to convert the optical signal to RCA. Maybe you run the optical into it then an RCA cable out of it? But I don't remember what they are called and couldn't find the discussion. Seems like a few noted them on available on the bay. So what are they called and where can I find them at? Thanks for the help.
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7/7/13 at 6:26pm