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Old 04-21-2008, 05:45 AM   #1
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I brought my PS3 over to a friend's house to watch Pirates on BD because his HDTV is full 1080p.

When the first sword fight in the movie began, I had the thought that the audio seemed a little behind, just a little bit. As the movie continued, I became more and more sure. After the movie, I asked him "did the audio seem a little off?" and he said yes.

Anything I can do about that? Thanks!
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Old 04-21-2008, 05:56 AM   #2
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pirates.
John,
I help you, How to trick on PS3.
Using Red and White for Analog A/V input cable, Sound Settings>
Skip color Blue, Green, Red component for Video.
Do not use on Video Settings. just HDMI cable
Be Careful,
your receicer setting is audio input for Analog.
And Surround Modes: Stereo
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Old 04-21-2008, 05:58 AM   #3
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pirates.
i dont think he means that Pirates
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Old 04-21-2008, 06:55 PM   #4
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... Guess that means I'm screwed. Still have a couple weeks to take it back though....hmmm....
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Old 04-21-2008, 07:00 PM   #5
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I brought my PS3 over to a friend's house to watch Pirates on BD because his HDTV is full 1080p.

When the first sword fight in the movie began, I had the thought that the audio seemed a little behind, just a little bit. As the movie continued, I became more and more sure. After the movie, I asked him "did the audio seem a little off?" and he said yes.

Anything I can do about that? Thanks!
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Old 04-21-2008, 07:00 PM   #6
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I've never had A/V sync issues with my PS 3. Do you have issues with your monitor? Does your friend have an AV delay added by his receiver? Or it may just be a bad disk.
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Old 04-21-2008, 07:17 PM   #7
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That would not be caused by a bad disc. It would glitch and not function at all

Sounds like processing lag on the TV
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Old 04-21-2008, 07:26 PM   #8
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processing lag.
something is processing the sound longer than it should.
What receiver are you using? Is this HDMI?
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Old 04-21-2008, 07:31 PM   #9
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Not audio, video processing lag

This is especially prevalent on the cheaper and older sets
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Old 04-21-2008, 07:56 PM   #10
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Have this problem on my TV sometimes as well. It happens on the PS3 and the Cable box. I thought it was the cable company at first since it never happened on the PS3.

Then all of a sudden it started happening on the PS3 every so often. It's rare, but to fix it.. you need to sync up the tv and the PS3. Turn the PS3 on before the tv has switched its input to the PS3 and this is where the problem arises - at least for me.

I have a Westinghouse LCD. Yeah, it's cheap but it's not my main one. I have heard others have had issues with HDMI sound on cheaper sets.
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If this was running through a receiver, then to a TV you could most likely fix the sync problem with a setting on the receiver...
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Old 04-22-2008, 07:05 AM   #12
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It's not going through a receiver. He's using HDMI.

He bought the HDTV a few months ago. It's full 1080p.
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Old 04-22-2008, 07:24 AM   #13
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has that only happened with just that movie or has there been other movies that this happened to?
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Old 04-26-2008, 06:39 AM   #14
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has that only happened with just that movie or has there been other movies that this happened to?
I've only noticed it with Pirates. But I tried it on another HDTV, and it looked fine.
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Old 09-21-2009, 03:14 AM   #15
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Red face Blu ray / PS3 audio sync correction

Watching Watchmen, PS3 was out of sync with audio. Read a little and wanted to post something to help folks correct the problem quickly and easily. Don't worry, there is NOTHING wrong with your equipment.

Most newer amps have A/V sync for this very reason. Access your amp menu, locate the option and manually sync it up (around 200ms in my case for this particular film).

I am using Sony Bravia 120hz LCD from 2008, new PS3 (09/09) and Sony STRDN1000 amp (I believe all of the previous STR-DGseries amps support A/V sync as well).

Oh yeah, be sure to go into your PS3 setup and set to Bitstream if you have a decent amp. Otherwise you will not be able to use DTS, etc...

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Have this problem on my TV sometimes as well. It happens on the PS3 and the Cable box. I thought it was the cable company at first since it never happened on the PS3.

Then all of a sudden it started happening on the PS3 every so often. It's rare, but to fix it.. you need to sync up the tv and the PS3. Turn the PS3 on before the tv has switched its input to the PS3 and this is where the problem arises - at least for me.

I have a Westinghouse LCD. Yeah, it's cheap but it's not my main one. I have heard others have had issues with HDMI sound on cheaper sets.
Gotta admit, I am having this same issue with my new Samsung 32" LCD model LN32B460. And this is after reading tons of customer reviews saying they witnessed no 'lip sync' problems. I'm using a PS3 and a Belkin HDMI cable. Everything through AV is fine. DVD through HDMI is fine. Only blu-ray movies through HDMI show video/audio sync issues.

Anyway, this fix you suggest, JeremyPiven, I don't fully get what you're saying. Turn the PS3 on before the TV has switched its input to the PS3? What does that even mean?
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My Yamaha RX-V3800 has auto A/V sync via HDMI.
I was told that you must use an HDMI 1.3 cable for this to actually work.
I have mine set to auto sync and it seems to be bang on with HDMI 1.3 cable.
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My Yamaha RX-V3800 has auto A/V sync via HDMI.
I was told that you must use an HDMI 1.3 cable for this to actually work.
I have mine set to auto sync and it seems to be bang on with HDMI 1.3 cable.
Would be nice if all TVs had a sync feature built-in. The Belkin HDMI cable I got is in fact 1.3, and last I checked a PS3 is a half-decent player. Maybe it's my new Samsung TV? If it is and it's just because it's a cheaper model, I guess I'll live with it. I can't afford a 4-figure TV.

Also, my setup is just a PS3 + HDMI cable + Samsung LCD. No amps, no receivers, no sound systems, etc.
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I also have this problem. The problem is there both when I play blu ray and DVDs, but also downloaded versions of movies I own, such as Braveheart (well I don't own it but it's been on tv so many times it's legal to own a copy by now hands down since I could of recorded it anytime I felt like, legally) anyway I noticed that when I switch from Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr color mode during playback to RGB, the issue dimishes.

Also, during playback of divx or similar, from the PS3, when I turn of all the fancy noise reduction during play it gets better, by this I mean, simply click the button on the PS3 controller and tag 'Ghost noise reduction' from 2 to off, I mean this is a PS3 intrinsic thing not of the tv.

Anyway, since these things are altered depending on the settings of the PS3 as well as the tv, for instance resetting the tv seems to fix it for a little while, it seems the problem is BOTH with the tv and the PS3 and I am surprised, since I use the newest 1.3 cables, that there is even an issue. I'm thinking maybe the PS3 itself is not blu ray 1.3 compatible or something. I hope they fix this in a firmware update for the PS3, I certainly hope it's not a hardware issue that will only be fixed with the PS4 or whatever.

Anyway, my get up is, I have a new Samsung LED tv, 32 inch from the cheapest 6-series (a 6050 model), a PS3 and a NAD C740 stereo receiver. I can either use the built in tv speakers and go all through HDMI (though this doesn't fix the issue) or I can run HDMI to the tv and then output the sound through the red and white cables of the SCART cable to my receiver, and there is also the issue. It is rather annoying. Also, when I run speakers vs using headphones I think there is a slight delay with the speakers, meaning the problem can also accumulate in the receiver.

I think it's the whole sorry mess, sort of the issue of syncing up these things is very difficult. I hope they upgrade the PS3 for 1.3 HDMI support soon since movies deserve to be enjoyed without the annoyance of lip sync issues, though (some) of them are crap, still who wouldn't want to see 'Tremors' or 'Hellboy II" in high def?? Troll market anyone? Just musing. I hope we can solve this somehow. Most of all, I hope HDMI 1.3 is something they can program into the PS3, as I think that is the issue, intrinsic lack of 1.3 support in the PS3.

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Old 12-17-2009, 08:00 PM   #20
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Personally I've come to notice if you switch from HDMI to like regular tv and back to HDMI, it glitches and makes it go out of sync.

I turn my tv off and turn it back on and its fine then.
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