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What webos version do you have and does it have sync adjustment less than 0 or not ?


Youssef Mohamed

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I have problems with the lip sync in my tv .. it's becoming worse by time through the internal apps like netflix and youtube or hdmi connected devices.. anyone can please help me with issue.

I have in my software that I can increase the sync adjustment more than 0 .. but can't go to negative numbers.

I use internal speakers nothing external.

 

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I don't have an answer but have been noticing  a slight out of sync betw. the audio and video when streaming from certain websites and on some tv cable channels.

I'm connected to the internet via ethernet and HDMI cable to my cable box.

My TV is a 43  UJ6200 with the latest firmware update of,  05.80.02

I have the sync adjustment turned on and set to a low level,   not sure what the number is though,   but don't know enough about it to know  what setting is best.

When I briefly played around with it and turned it off and on again,   didn't really notice any difference.   Netfix and youtube videos play very well but it does show up on other sites and my tv.     My internet speed varies betw. 84-100 mps download.

My webOS TV Version is,   3.8.0-61202 dreadlocks2-dunggir

I could use some help to see if anyone else has this issue and if there are any solutions.

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