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Note: There are NO audio sync problems on this disc,
This review is from: Snakes And Arrows Live [Blu-ray]  (Blu-ray)
Just thought I'd write this to let potential buyers know that there are NO audio sync issues with this excellent Blu-Ray.
Audio sync is a new problem with LCD/Plasma TVs. This happens because of additional video processing that the TVs go through. So, if you are watching normal TV using the speakers on the television this isn't a problem as the internal audio is delayed to "catch up" with the picture.
Problems arise when you take the audio from the Blu-Ray player and hook it up to an A/V amplifier as the audio is then not delayed and is out-of-sync with the picture. I suspect this set-up is familiar to the people that have noticed the sync problems as it's noticed more with music than movies.
There are two solutions:
1. Take the audio feed from the TV to the A/V amp using phono connections, but you will only get a stereo or at best a pro logic signal (no DD or DTS)
or, 2. Check to see if your player has an "Audio Sync adjust" setting in the player's menu (I know most Sony players have this so I'm sure other manufacturers will too).
Hope this is of some help. The Rush disc is excellent and I wouldn't want people to be put off buying it if they thought there were going to be problems.