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Sound doesnt sync up from direct tv to the speakers

I am curios as to how to sync up the sound from the direct tv to the speakers

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Hi, are you trying to get sound from your TV through your home sound system? I'm not quite sure what you mean about "direct TV" thing if that is a specific term. Please ellaborate.
If you have a line (audio) output on your TV then it could be easily connected to an auxillary line input in your sound system controller. hope this helps..

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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(IF YOU"RE TALKING ABOUT SOUND LAG) The LG home theater system audio setup has delay settings, set delay to 0 ms to get rid of sound synchronization delay.

(IF YOU WANT DIRECTV SOUND FROM SPEAKERS) I used an optical cable from the back of the directv receiver to the Home Theater receiver. You can also use an RCA cable.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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