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Lyp synching My Samsung rear projection has a problem with lip synching. The sound is delayed by a second so the "lip synching" is off. How can this be corrected?

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There is a samsung TSS log for that problem. Heres what samsung says about it.
Tech must replace the following parts. This is a firmware software, and hardware fix. At the time of this writing the fix consists of replacing the digital, and light engine. It is Best to check their web site for the current part number because this is an evolving fix. Be sure you have the exact model number. Example HLN437WX/XX. This will insure that you will receive the right part number replacement.

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