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Audio: hearing everything twice

When I have my JVC home theater turned on and my volume turned up on my Samsung TV the sound does not come out of each at the same time. The TV sound comes out about a half second before JVC home theater system,so I hear every thing twice. Others have told me to mute the TV and just use the home theater. Is there really no way to fix this?

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  • helpme1823 Apr 01, 2008

    I have a TH-D50 and I do not see any thing called a delay time in the settings or the manual. Also not sure what DSP is and do not see a reference to it in the manual. Thank you for your help

  • helpme1823 Apr 01, 2008

    I did find a Delay setting. It lists all the speakers and has an adjustment beside it. All were set to 0 oms. The center speaker is the one that sounds like it is off or echo like. I changed it to different settings like 1 oms, 3 oms, 6 oms. I could tell each sounded different, but couldn't really tell that one was right. Sounded like there was an echo no matter where I set the oms. Thank you for the help

  • gcsm33 Mar 22, 2009

    I have the th-d60 and a panasonic 50 inch tv and I too get the exact same issue. I called JVC and they said this is the way it it.. I had a sony HT, and it did not do this.. I am disappointed cuz I like to hear the full sound of surround and tv.. cuz it seem a lot richer.

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DSP is digital sound processing used for home theaters. i was hoping you have t]like this thing that's why you are experiencing delay. you must be having that though because there's no reason why your sound should be delayed.

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You have a delay time on your home theater JVC, that is normal. So it's either you reduce the delay time of your JVC or do not use the TV sound. Set the delay time of your DSP so you can heqar the sound you wish... like the delay time of your surrond.

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