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I've got a 47LB650V and at the beginning of the month the TV was upgraded to the latest firmware. The upgrade went okay, however, since then anything played through the HDMI channels, the audio goes out of sync and its frustrating, not even the audio sync settings help. I have to change from HDMI to Live TV, then back to HDMI to resync it. It happens on Bluray, Wii U and Satellite, and is very annoying. Any solutions?

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Having exactly the same issue. I thought it was an issue with a new PC I had connected up, don't have any other devices that connect up to it currently, but managed to prove it wasn't the PC at fault.

Did you manage to resolve the issue? If so, could you let me know how?

Thanks

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Yes I did. I went into the Sound settings on the live menu, selected AV Sync. Adjust and disabled the Bypass option. This stopped everything going out of sync. Hope this helps :)

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Well today I have changed the HDMI cable, moved the port and haven't had an issue yet, but not getting my hopes up.

I noticed this option you mentioned today, but have not tried it yet, think it may be disabled already, but will give it a go should it lose sync again.

Thanks for the help, this has been driving me nuts for weeks, never experienced anything like it before on a TV!

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