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Wife moaning at sound delay.......why.....

I have sound delay when connecting my azur amp to my tv via sky box & dvd recorder , anyone know why !!! how can i fix it !!! many thanks.

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The sound delay would not be caused by hooking amp up but must be a software problem in sky box. Try to get an off air station with a antenna and see if the problem persists.The dvd recorder should see your sky box output first then out from recoder to tv.Then use tv audio out to amp,or tv audio out to amp. RANDY

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