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When i play music or a movie the sound echos itself from speaker to speaker the delay is ussually around a half of a second. How can i Fix this?

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Easy, disable the TV speakers or turn its volume down.

http://static.highspeedbackbone.net/pdf/Sony%20BDV-E370%20Manaual.pdf

Page 36 tells you how to sync the sound to the picture but you really shouldn't have the TV speakers competing (in stereo) with the Sony. (Page 56).

A) The TV speakers are probably inferior to teh Sony's
B) When you balanced the speakers during setup there was no 'with-the-TV-speakers-on' option. The image up front would suffer by adding an unaccounted for sound source.

Posted on Aug 12, 2011

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