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Audio out of sync

My 4 month old lcd hdtv has an audio problem. The audio does not syncronize with the video and there is a delay of about a half second gap between the person's lip movement and the voice. I mess around with the audio chioces on the menu and it temporarily stopped a few times but comes back. Any suggestions?

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SOURCE: sounds don't align with lip movement

if you are saying that your tv has no sound to match the lips movements then you will have to get a tech to repair your tv the problem is in the audio circuit could be a cap or the audio output ic.if you are saying that the tv has sound but it is not syncronizing with the lip movements have your tech check the sync circuit it is possible that the operating voltage is too small to allow the sync circuit to operate.good luck my friend.

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