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Most of the time sync problems boild down to a few key things. Firstly, make sure your computer has the required ram/processing speed to accomlish a smooth movie. Make sure all other programs are closed while you are trying to watch a movie. Secondly, some dvd software needs the correct codecs. Usually it comes with them, so unless you're using an inferior program to watch the dvd, this shouldnt be the case. Try playing it in another program to test this. Third, you shold do a firmware update on your drive. You should be able to go to the company's website and find an update to your drive. You should also be able to google for the proper firmware update.
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Not much information is provided but generally speaking a sync problem when playing back is not a problem with the amp but a problem with the source file, especially if you are playing a downloaded file. If you are playing a DVD this should not happen. If it is happening with a DVD, please provide further information.
Audio and Video is out of sync when play the DVD, Suggest for that is go ahead and disconnect your dazzle and reconnect to another usb port and then Click on Start>Control panel>system>hardware>device manager>sound and video games controller> right click on video capture device and uninstall it. Restart your computer. Go ahead and then re-record again.
Bought a new unit. The old unit was a surround sound system in which the previous owner removed the speakers. I wasn't aware of the problem but found out that it would not allow it to play on Dolby 5.1...It would only play DVD's on channel 2, therefore no english etc. Thanks for your help!!!
Do you have the audio plugs in the proper spot? The red & white audio plugs from the PS 2 need to be plugged into the audio in jacks on the portable dvd player in order to get sound. Should match up red to red; white to white for sound, yellow to yellow for video. Hope this helps.
No button or any control to rectifier this problem. Depend the movies quality when you fast forward the system control and audio video processing or it call out MPEG2 chipset they run like double speed sometimes it not fast enough then you end up with sound and video not SYNC however you can fix that by remove AC lead for 30sec then plug in back now it should work OK or when you fast forward use X8 or X16 NOT X32 times specialy with DVD copy
Alternatifly if your DVD player still under warranty it might have a update firmware to correct this problem