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Audio delay from Aux inputs

I just bought the LG lht734 from radioshack.
I own a Numark PT01 Turntable (with built-in pre-amp) that I have tried to run through the RCA aux inputs on the back of the unit and through the "audio in" aux input 1/8" jack in the front of the unit. No matter where I plug the record player in, there is a delay in the audio (the sound coming through the speakers is almost 1 whole second behind the sound coming off of the record). This is very annoying because I can hear loud noises (like cymbal crashes) coming from the record before it comes through the speakers.
I exchanged the first unit for another, thinking it was defective. However, my new unit does the same thing!
I also have tried to plug other things into it, such as my laptop computer and mp3 players. The sound delays in these instances as well.
No one has been able to explain what is going on....is it just a problem with the LG lht734 that I have to live with?? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Try putting the unit in standby via the "SRC" button FIRST..., then press the menu button and cycle through to the "AUX 1" option and activate this....then press menu button again. When the unit is next switched on, you should have an "AUX" option accessible via the "SRC" button which will cycle through all of the availale modes ....standby-tuner-cd-aux etc etc.

Posted on Nov 04, 2007

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Got your procedure out of the manual. Look below. Hope this helps you.

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SOURCE: Programming AUX as a channel.

pick up a universal remote

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Hook a digital optic cable from the Tv's digital ouput to the Recievers digital sound in. This should fix it. You might have to switch the input of the reciever.

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just press the DVD button on the remote contol and you will be ok.. :)

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