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WebOS Wireless Audio Lag

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My LG 55" UJ630v , WebOS version: 03.60.15

When using Home Audio system, and streaming TV sound to audio system via bluetooth, there is always sound lag (lip sync delay)... 

i failed to find any setting for sound/audio speed to be able synchronize audio with TV.

 

Please advise.

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This TV should have audio sync in the settings menu.

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the audio signal is delayed...

a perfectly normal process since the source plays video and the sound is sent wireless ...try cable for sound and is perfect ...no delay

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The problem is my HiFi system doesnt have optical audio input, only mono... so i want to use bluetooth because it gives much better quality... so i am forced to use bluetooth not cable...

the strange thing that in the LG settings, the audio sync feature is only active with cable connection not with bluetooth connection, which is strange because delay happens only with bluetooth not cable...

 

 

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because you use tv for source...try USB (recorded) for source and tv for play video and bluetooth for audio...must go fine i think.

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