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I'm getting lag on this plasma TV. If I play my AMP audio and tv Audio at the same time, it's like an echo sound playing. Even when you turn off the amp and leave the tv audio on, you can tell the video or sound is lagging. I tried plugging in a regular dvd player with your basic a/v cables, same thing. Any fixes? Does warranty cover lag? My warranty expires in 12 days. any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!

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Audio lag is normal for many TV's.

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SOURCE: LG 47" LCD TV - 47LC7DF Clicking Noise

the old saying is that any issues will likely show up in the 1st 3 days if you run it for 72 hrs. if it dosent fail then it will last.
other than going to the show room and seeing if their unit does the same.
they will likely want to send a service guy to check it out and decide for himself.

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SOURCE: LG 42PC5D Sound Lag

I have the same issue. The audio seems to be okay through an antenna input, but not through an outside source input. There is about a 100ms audio lag, and the video is processed about 50ms faster than normal, making a total audio lag of about 150ms. To fight this I run any audio source through a separate receiver/stereo. The problem is now cut back down to the 50ms video lag difference. I am going to try putting video signals through the receiver too, maybe to induce some lag there and even things out even more.. Using the digital output does not help any (I've tried it), any audio is still processed by the tv and therefore slowed down.

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SOURCE: LG DK 8621P DVD Player only play the audio (no video out)

how can off the progressive scan in my LG DVD player model 8680?

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SOURCE: LG 42PX4DV - HDMI Audio / PC Audio IN problem

one quick fix you can try. plug in the HDMI cable, slect a digital audio sound output from the sound settings on your machine, then leave it connected and restart it. It just might work.

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SOURCE: LG DP781 DVD player

Souds like a cable problem. First, make sure that the cable you are using is the right cable-it should be a multi-signal cable. Look for a colored circle of insulation on the metal end that separates the tip of the connector from the bottom of it. You might even have more than two sections if it is a stereo jack. If you are sure you have the right jack/cable, then it's possible the wire carrying the video signal could be damaged. If it's not a cable issue, it's a jack issue, so look for damage on the device's output jack.

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