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Could you elaborate more on Yahama scenes? I've been looking for years for an AVR that supports one-button presets to change the a/v sync. I would love to set up presets for a/v for 0, 40, 80, 120, etc. Can Yamaha really do this? Yes, I know this is off-topic, but a google search didn't reveal anything.


I can confirm that it absolutely can do this. A scene is essentially a snapshot of settings. It can be as minor as saving different audio delays and as major as saving speaker settings, inputs, video, surround modes etc. I think you can save 8 separate scenes (I only use 2)


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Don't all AVRs with auto lipsync adjust on the fly? Everytime I start a video mine adjusts.....

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Don't all AVRs with auto lipsync adjust on the fly? Everytime I start a video mine adjusts.....

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They do but sadly many TVs don’t support it including my LG OLED C7.


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Has anything definitive been found re which Make/Model AVRs work well with the ATV4K re audio sync, DV pass thru, etc.?

The HDMI ports/chips on my current unit, a Denon AVR-1713 (pre Atmos, 4K, HDR) are dying so it's time for a new AVR. Will be mostly using with an ATV4K and a 2016 LG OLED (E6P).

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I can confirm that it absolutely can do this. A scene is essentially a snapshot of settings. It can be as minor as saving different audio delays and as major as saving speaker settings, inputs, video, surround modes etc. I think you can save 8 separate scenes (I only use 2)


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I have a Yamaha Aventage A-780 and a 65 C8 in use with my ATV4k. No issues whatsoever.


Yeah it’s an odd one. I had a Yamaha 3050, ATV4k and an LG E6 with absolutely zero issues. Then I upgraded my amp to a Yamaha 3070 and now I have to set different delays when switching between 23.976hz material and 50hz tv content. I didn’t change anything else. I even plugged everything into exactly the same inputs when upgrading amps.


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I'm missing something ... If the TV can compensate for it's own lag when plugged directly to the ATV then why can't it also compensate when it connected to the AVR?
Because the TV gets the audio and the video together. In your case your AVR is getting the audio and video which is in sync and the AVR is passing along the video but your TV is slow to process the image so the video is behind the audio.

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I'm hoping what you're saying is true for most/all current AVRs! When looking at new AVRs to purchase, would the feature I'm looking for simply be called "pass-through"?

With my current AVR, an older Denon 1713 that I'm replacing, the video processing cannot be "defeated" per conversations with Denon tech support. Their only advice was that HDMI "in" ports physically closest to the HDMI "out" ports would have the most secure/consistent "timing". Unfortunately at the time I did not think to ask them about current Denon AVR models ...
The problem is not "pass through" the problem is your TV is slow to process the image and this is not a problem with the AVR, it is a problem with your TV. If AVRs are doing image processing that would induce delay they tend to resync the audio to that new delay.

What you need is an AVR that allows you to adjust lip sync / audio delay for your TV.
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Watched John Wick Chapter 2 last night on the 12.4 beta. The issue is still there

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Have you tried watching via the movies app rather than the tv app? I just saw pulsing in how to train your dragon and switching to the movies app fixed it.


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I'm missing something ... If the TV can compensate for it's own lag when plugged directly to the ATV then why can't it also compensate when it connected to the AVR?
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Because the TV gets the audio and the video together. In your case your AVR is getting the audio and video which is in sync and the AVR is passing along the video but your TV is slow to process the image so the video is behind the audio ...
Got it - makes sense - will test that tonight ...
ATV to AVR to TV
The HDMI signal from the AVR to the TV still carries both video and audio. If I turn on/up the TV speakers then the audio coming from the TV speakers should be out of sync with the audio coming from the AVR speakers. (Because the TV speakers audio will be delayed by the TV's built in compensation.)

If this test works it's given me another idea of a fix to try. But I'll test that first before posting it. (Odds of success are [pitifully] low ...)

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I have three 4kATV boxes only 1 of them somehow allows me to do Dolby Atmos tho they all are the same .Can't figure it out.

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... In a sense this seems like three related though somewhat different issues (maybe part of why it's so hard to fix or even discuss?).
Fixed video delay - the delay is consistent regardless of the video format ... 24hz vs 60hz, SDR vs HDR10 vs DV, etc. (probably not the case with the ATV? or with DV?)
Variable fixed video delay - the delay is different based on the video format, but, the different delay rates are consistent.
Floating video delay - a total crap shoot, ever changing, never consistent, etc.

When I first hooked up my ATV-AVR-LGE6 I had a horrible floating video delay. I did figure out some TV settings that eliminated the "floating" part of the sync issues.

I'm now in the "Variable fixed video delay" stage. Anything that's 24hz (23.976) has one audio-sync value set on the AVR (this includes any 30i or 60i footage that the TV can successfully inverse telecine back to 24hz). And then a separate audio-sync value for any 60hz footage that can't be re-conformed to 24hz by the TV (for instance my TV can't do anything with 60p source).

All a total pisser. I really like the ATV (the ease of use is great for the family and I like being able to download, at least HD copies, of everything for various reasons). The audio sync issue is the one big downside at the moment ...
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This is why TVs should have HDMI outputs to send the audio down to the AVR.
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They do, it is called ARC.
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Has anything definitive been found re which Make/Model AVRs work well with the ATV4K re audio sync, DV pass thru, etc.?
FWIW, I have a my TV 4K goes into my Onkyo TX-NR777 and then into my Sony XBR-75X940E via Monoprice Certified Premium HDMI cables. No apparent issues.
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They do, it is called ARC.
I thought that was only for the TV antenna or built in app audio?
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I thought that was only for the TV antenna or built in app audio?
No, just any audio that originates from the TV, even if it is being fed from another HDMI input.
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They do, it is called ARC.
My take was that the first quote was referring to HDMI audio output that was full featured and not with ARC's current limitations ... i.e. carries all the full range and uncompressed audio formats that HDMI already allows but ARC does not ...
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My take was that the first quote was referring to HDMI audio output that was full featured and not with ARC's current limitations ... i.e. carries all the full range and uncompressed audio formats that HDMI already allows but ARC does not ...
All roads lead back to your display inducing lag.
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All roads lead back to your display inducing lag.
Indeed - still trying to figure out how to manage it. Including trying to figure out the other variables at play in the device pipeline.

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The only sync problem I have with my Apple TV4K is with Prime Video. If I connect the ATV to my Denon receiver and then connect the receiver to my Sony TV, there are very obvious sync issues. If I attach the ATV directly to the TV, the sync problems disappear. However, I get the same results with a Roku Ultra and Fire TV Stick 4K. Again, this only happens with the Amazon Prime Video app. Every other app is fine.
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I am thinking of getting an Apple TV 4k because it is the only device that does Atmos on both Netflix and amazon at this time.

Questions please:

1) On 32 vs 64 GB. I mainly want the device to stream Netflix and Amazon movies and shows. I might use some other programs but probably not much. I would think there is no reason to get the 64 GB version. Or is there?

2) On the remote? I notice some devices have awkward fast forward and reverse. By awkward I mean they either go too slow or too fast with little control between those two speeds. Or they jump to too fast after a short time. How is remote control in that regard?

3) Is voice control easy to use or do you have to train it for your voice and what words to say?
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I am thinking of getting an Apple TV 4k because it is the only device that does Atmos on both Netflix and amazon at this time.

Questions please:

1) On 32 vs 64 GB. I mainly want the device to stream Netflix and Amazon movies and shows. I might use some other programs but probably not much. I would think there is no reason to get the 64 GB version. Or is there?

2) On the remote? I notice some devices have awkward fast forward and reverse. By awkward I mean they either go too slow or too fast with little control between those two speeds. Or they jump to too fast after a short time. How is remote control in that regard?

3) Is voice control easy to use or do you have to train it for your voice and what words to say?
I bought the ATV4k for NetFlix ATMOS support (and PSVue multiview support). Their are other streaming devices that support ATMOS on Amazon Prime, Nvidia Shield and FireTV Stick 4k as examples.

If you are just doing streaming 32GB is plenty. Can't answer your other questions, I use Harmony Elite remotes and don't bother with the voice command stuff...I find it faster to just push a button.

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The only sync problem I have with my Apple TV4K is with Prime Video. If I connect the ATV to my Denon receiver and then connect the receiver to my Sony TV, there are very obvious sync issues. If I attach the ATV directly to the TV, the sync problems disappear. However, I get the same results with a Roku Ultra and Fire TV Stick 4K. Again, this only happens with the Amazon Prime Video app. Every other app is fine.


I think the Denon might be like the Marantz in that auto lip sync can be turned off and the offset adjusted per input.

I used an app and some test clips to get it within a few ms per input device.
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I have three 4kATV boxes only 1 of them somehow allows me to do Dolby Atmos tho they all are the same .Can't figure it out.
If your comment about them all being the same means the ATV4K settings, then I don't know. On the off chance that you haven't enabled Atmos in all three, then that would be an issue.
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... I used an app and some test clips to get it within a few ms per input device.
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Do you mind sharing which app you use to aid with adjusting audio-sync?

Also curious which test clips you use and what method you use to play them on the ATV.

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I think the Denon might be like the Marantz in that auto lip sync can be turned off and the offset adjusted per input.
Yes I have a Denon and it works as you say, per input, and the default delay is 0ms. I've never touched it and have no sync issues w/Prime video fwiw.
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Apple TV owners' thread.

The thing is we’re dealing with so many different combinations of hardware that it’s not easy to say where the issue is and it’s going to be a nightmare to reproduce.

Take my situation for example. I had zero lip sync issues when passing my audio through a Yamaha 3050. When I upgraded to my 3070, I need to set different delays when switching between 23.976hz material and 25hz material. Why the difference? I have no idea. It would be easy to criticise the amp but everything passes through it and I have zero lip sync issues with other devices. The main feature difference between the two amps is that the newer one supports Dolby Vision. Could this be the issue? And if so, why does it also consistently affect non-Dolby vision content?

Add to this, my harmony failed to correctly switch inputs on my tv once when switching between my Xbox and my Apple TV. I noticed that my lip sync issues disappeared at this point. I probably need to check this out further because it could be due to a range of reasons. My Xbox runs through a different hdmi output on my amp to a different input on my tv...and that channel on my tv has game mode enabled. So it could be that using the second output on my amp fixed lip sync, it could be that using the different input on my tv fixed lip sync or, more likely, it could be that the lower latency game mode on my tv fixed it.

So for people who are not having issues, there could be a ton of things you have set up differently. Maybe you’re using a lower latency picture mode. Maybe your tv doesn’t introduce processing delays when using 23.976hz content and mine does. Even if you have the same TV and picture mode, it could be that I have real cinema set to ‘on’ on my tv whereas you have it off. Maybe you use motion interpolation. People are consistently finding that the Apple TV is the only device in their system which is having difficulties though so it suggests that there is something worth looking into.


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I am thinking of getting an Apple TV 4k because it is the only device that does Atmos on both Netflix and amazon at this time.



Questions please:



1) On 32 vs 64 GB. I mainly want the device to stream Netflix and Amazon movies and shows. I might use some other programs but probably not much. I would think there is no reason to get the 64 GB version. Or is there?




2) On the remote? I notice some devices have awkward fast forward and reverse. By awkward I mean they either go too slow or too fast with little control between those two speeds. Or they jump to too fast after a short time. How is remote control in that regard?




3) Is voice control easy to use or do you have to train it for your voice and what words to say?

I have the 32 GB and have no storage issues. However, I read somewhere that certain apps in the future may may let you download higher resolution copies.

The Apple TV 4K is great. The remote is useless junk. FF is a pain in all apps. Get a Harmony.


Voice is the one feature of the remote that works well. I find it saves time in searching.




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I have the 32 GB and have no storage issues. However, I read somewhere that certain apps in the future may may let you download higher resolution copies.
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Higher resolution shows or ap interface?

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The Apple TV 4K is great. The remote is useless junk. FF is a pain in all apps. Get a Harmony.


Voice is the one feature of the remote that works well. I find it saves time in searching.
Is voice good for fast forwarding and reversing in shows while watching? Can you do the go forward 2 minutes in any App?

Also how well does the "what did he just say" that reverses and shows captions work? Can it be done in any Ap, Netflix and Amazon specifically?
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If your comment about them all being the same means the ATV4K settings, then I don't know. On the off chance that you haven't enabled Atmos in all three, then that would be an issue.
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I know what you saying but in the Audio & video settings the Dolby Atmos option doesn't even appear . Strange I changed HDMI cables & reset the boxes to no avail.

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