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Mitsubishi model 528256 picture and sound not in sync

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  • vicref May 14, 2009

    Thanks for your quick response... TV is solely used to watch DVD's and several players have been used with same problem, sound and picture out of sync
    Bob
    Victoria Texas


  • vicref May 14, 2009

    Thanks again... don't know the answer... this is an inspection for a moving claim. Customer gave these symptoms... I will inspect unit Monday 5/18/09 and inquire back at you with all pertinent info. I suspect it's a DVD player problem but he swears he's tried several players and DVDs with all the same results. I had a TV tech here tell me it wasn't possible for the audio & picture of the TV itself to be out of sync on this particular model... I don't know
    Bob
    Love UK... lived in Lakenheath Village for two years in mid 70's

  • vicref May 18, 2009

    Vortash
    Just returned from seeing problem TV. Played severeral DVD's on two different players... had to look very close and watch mouths to detect very slight lag on one DVD. On another there was a very noticeable delay in voice to mouth movement. Tried three different inputs on TV's all the same. He had no cable or ant inputs to watch, only DVD's
    TV is Mitsubishi mod# 52824G


  • vicref May 18, 2009

    Vortash
    The DVD's I believe were original of stand-up comedy... I would have liked to bring back the DVD to try on my system but couldn't,
    I'm real suspect as to the problem being the TV but I'm not qualified to say. Seems to me that any problem would be the same for every DVD played, also when I reset the factorsettings on Video?Audio the problem deminished slightly if that tells you anything. Should I have it looked at??
    Bob
    Stationed at RAF Mildenhall actually lived in Lakenheath Village


  • vicref May 18, 2009

    I actually did take my DVD player with me and hooked it up... as soon as the DVD downloaded the screen started rolling . My unit worked fine last night so I am bewildered... rehooked his up and as I said the problem diminished somewhat but studying it real hard you could detect a slight separation between voice and mouth movement. I really should have taken another DVD by didn't occur to me at the time. I guess another trip is necessary but it's 220 miles round trip.
    I'll let you know the results just FYI
    Thanks again, Bob


  • vicref May 21, 2009

    Vortash... that would be great if you could send me that info, my email is

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    clive pearson May 11, 2010

    ahh now I understand thought my god this was a new one but it's not lol so are the dvd's retail or copied DVD's and how have you got it linked to the set please .. Regards vortash

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    clive pearson May 11, 2010

    Hi I am Vortash .. got to say that in 23 years as an engineer this is the first time I have heard of this fault however I am in the UK and transmission distances are shorter I assuming you are across the pond lol , the only time I have experienced this is with Vcr or streamed tv . So how do you get your Tv signal please Sattelite Cable or terrestrial aerial ... Regards vortash

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Ha ha ha I see well I can confirm the television set can not delay the sound without it being none teresstial transmission .. in other words if the transmission is out of sync then his set will be and so Will 19 million others receiving the same channel so it would not be a set fault but a transmission one . And any delay from a DVD or video would be the fault of the DVD or video Not the TV ... it is Impossible that's why I said In 23 years never heard of it .lol Regards Vortash . I know lakenheath you mean the American base yeah ..

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    clive pearson May 18, 2009

    Hi Robert I have looked further into this question and also discussed it with a colleague No I am almost 100% certain that the delay has to be the DVD player I would suspect that the lag is caused by a processor problem and may need a firmware upgrade .. but I have never seen a TV set with delayed sound unless it was an input fault . ie : faulty delayed transmission . I think the thing to do is take a small portable out to the dvd if he wont let you take it away to have tested and play the same dvds on that .. if it does the same then the fault is proven to be the dvd .. .or you could take another DVD and play the same discs on that one with a screen a mobile one then if it should just happen to be faulty disks that has been known that will show up also .oh when you said you adjusted the audio that was on the dvd or the TV...?





    . .. My dad was at Mildenhall back in the 40s .. he was RAF Millitary Police then he was posted from there to Cairo ..

    good luck with this one Regards Clive

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    clive pearson May 18, 2009

    Take a player a portable that has its own screen that you can plug into the front phonos or scart and see whats on the screen at the same time ..regards Clive ..

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    clive pearson May 21, 2009

    Hi Bob Have just come across a bit of infornation that may be of help to you was reviewing the data on a projection tv by Mitsibushi a Vs-45609 and it mentions the problem you have with this set .. it is not a fault as such it is a wrong SAP setting according to the manual.. I have to appolagise in 30 years have never ever come across this before .. somehow this system they have on a mitsibushi ( and it isn't on any other as I have seen ) will actually delay sound and picture sync if you want a copy of this as it may help you with this other set email me at Vortash@email.co.uk and I will download a copy for you mean while I will look to see if I can find a copy of the set in question again .. Regards Clive /Vortash

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