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Delay between the actual TV volume and the sound from the Speaker

There is a delay between the Sony Bravia speakers and the TV sound. For some reason I can't get back into the set up to adjust delay. What could be going wrong?

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  • jmbroad Feb 28, 2009

    I actually got back into the setup and recalibrated the speakers and reduced the distance of the front and center speakers to 3ft instead of 16ft. . I was mostly concerned about PS3 and a game like rock band but tried it today and it the response was fine. However, the echo is still annoying. Here is the set-up: Panasonic TV, Comcast Motorola cable box, Sony Bravia HTS, PS. HDMI from TV to cable and HDMI PS3 to tv. Optical cable from cable box to Sony Bravia. I am also using the blue/green/other wire from TV to Sony AND yellow, red, white TV to Sony but have no idea if they are even being utilized. Sound for the PS3 comes from component R/W cables to the back of the Sony Bravia. I switched the setting on the PS3 to account for this AND use PS3 on sat/cab connection, TV and DVD on TV setting. Hope this helps. I am sure I have too many wires plugged in OR could it be a speaker vs tv sound setting?

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The time delay is likely caused by taking the audio signal from the TV rather than the source. I would need to know more about the components in your system and how you have them currently connected to be of further assistance.

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