Originally Posted by dgoud
Travis, you might want to do some bypass tests first
I did. I bypassed the audio into the TV by listening to the audio out jacks of the Blu-ray player, muted the TV, and there was no A/V sync problem.
I tried this with 4
different DVD players, with the same exact results each time.The audio problem is definitely with the TV. Now if you completely bypass the TV audio, by connecting the DVD audio out RCA jacks directly to a receiver, you'll be able to eliminate the problem during DVD playback.........
But how will you explain the problem to the next guy that you want to sell the TV to when it's time to upgrade?
Edit: Believe it or not, I have a 2 year degree in electronics (not in TV repair) and there is nothing you could say to me to convince me that these TV's don't have A/V sync problems. If yours is still within the store return period, I'd return it. (unless you don't mind always having to use an external audio system, bypassing the Tv's sound, and not having the option to use the TV's own sound)