Originally Posted by delsoul
It's very likely that it is the cable box that is causing the issue and not the TV. I had a lip sync issue when watching blu rays on my PS3 and fixed it by changing a setting in the PS3 options. To narrow down the source of the problem try watching things from other sources. If nothing else has this issue try playing around with the settings on your cable box.
Playing DVD through my xbox one, I do tend to see the lip sync from time to time as well. Weird, sometimes it's there, sometimes it's not. Would this be an issue with the TV itself then? I am eventually going to hook this up to a Sony STR-DN840 receiver, would I be able to tweak the settings in the receiver to fix the lip sync issues? Just like other posts I read, worst lip sync issues with Comcast are with AMC HD and Disney HD so this is making me think it is the cable box.
But, I have 3 other tv's in the house hooked up to the same X1 box and no issues. One is running through an Onkyo receiver, the other two are hooked up directly to older LCD (non LED) tv's with no issue at all on any channel.
One other thing I noticed the other night was after I was done playing xbox one, I switched over from GAME to SAT/CATV and the entire screen had a dark green tint to it. Tried changing channels but same green tint on all channels. Only thing that resolved the issue was rebooting the X1 cable box. So this is another thing where I don't know if it's the TV, cable box or receiver causing the issue.
I've also been reading about tons of issue with the xbox one blu ray player having lip sync issues.....so I'm not sure if I return the TV or not? Other than the lip sync, TV is great, wouldn't want to return it and get one with a dead pixel or something.Edited by Goldglv - 2/13/14 at 6:21pm