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Lip sync playing ordinary tv

Listening to ordinary tv over the sound system, the sound is behind the tv picture and the sound from the tv's speakers

I have connected the HTS9800W to the tv via HDMI and for listening to tv programs over the sound system I have connected the phono audio out on the telly to the aux in on the HTS9800W

Any ideas how to get the lip sync right for ordinary tv?

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You need to have a sound speed equalization higher frequencies travel slow,
if you can buy a AV/RF CONVERTER the problem can finish
AV be connected to devices and RF to tv
this can over come that problem

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