Ordered one of these on Thursday to replace my faithful Yamaha A810. Looks like I'm one of the first owners so I've started a thread.
Yes, that's it exactly. I tried playing with the settings again and found that normal tv is fine when set to auto sync. The problem occurs when watching Netflix (fractionally) but anything on utube, music vids etc are so bad it makes it impossible to watch. Could it be just the source itself ?.Are you saying that with a 0ms audio delay, the amp audio is still too far behind the picture?
I too hope to delve under the hood when time allows (working for a living and young kids tends to get in the way of things!). Apparently there's an audyssey app due to be released in the new year that can let you see what the room corrections have done (assuming you have used the auto set up). Reading on the net it sounds like you can also tweak the target correction curves too so that may help you get some of the sparkle back that you are missing now?Yet to get under the hood which I hope can bring better results.
Hi orchid288 Not sure bout setting individual audio sync for different apps. That would be down to your source. However, that sort of stuff should just be taken care of by your TV. Incidentally, if you just use the TV speakers (!), are things in sync then?Hi Davie G, we use the app for Netflix direct from the tv, also the voice recognition app for utube stuff. When playing anything through the BT uhd box it works ok.
Is there a way of setting the audio sync for individual apps/programs ?
I believe it is just a delay... At least you know your TV and youtube app are working correctly (some consolation!).Ok, I've tried utube thru the tv speakers & it all works fine. It seems the problem lies when playing thru the amp. Hhhhhhmmmmmm. On the amp is the audio delay variable both ways, i.e. advance & retard ? I can only get settings making the issue worse.