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Auzentech sound card sync issues

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Hi Everyone,

Im having this issue with an Auzentech Bravura 7.1 PCI Express sound card and my hifi system. I have a 5.1 hifi system with receiver set up on my pc with a fibre optic cable connecting the two.

The issues im receiving is when watching any form of video on the computer through any program, there is a 'lag' issue where on the video you see people speaking, but then 0.5 to 1 second later is when they actually speak.

So far i have tested different sound effects on the receiver, like movie/game/bass/rock/jazz all the different standard EQ settings but with no effect. I have tried using the latest drivers from Auzentech's website, drivers from the cd the card came with and previous drivers from the Auzentech's website. None of these give me any change.

Any tips/pointers/things to look for would be much appreciated.
Thanks
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its called lip sync

see if your devices have any lip sync setting
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Some media players have adjustments to alter sync.

Try VLC http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ if your player does not have this feature.
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Sorry for the late reply,

Thanks for those tips, i will look into that.

I generally use VLC as my main media viewer but did not know about any of those features so will dive down a little bit further and have a look.

Thanks again
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