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    I'm totally confused on this issue. I thought Philips confirmed there is no way to get in sync for the following situation.
    - video through digital interface i.e. HDMI to TV
    - audio through analog output i.e. onboard 7.1 outputs

    Philips even said that the delay has no effect whatsoever to get video/audio in sync in the above situation. Now the audio delay suddenly has effect ??

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    You are not the only one who is confused! Philips are quite confused as well it would seem...
    Facts: given the scenario you describe in your post BluRays are almost unwatchable with the "auto resolution" or "native resoluton" setting. Audio delay has no effect. Choosing 1080p seems to correct the lipsync issues i'm experiencing..

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    Hello I found a very annoying problem with the player and the two stereo RCA analog outputs,
    Are of many ms in advance to the video and audio to hdmi.
    The adjustment of the sync is ONLY HDMI and analog outputs for: what it all about?
    I tried one thousand different settings of the video or audio without ever solving the problem.
    I really hope that Philips will solve this problem quickly, otherwise all the goodness of the analog would be a real big lie.
    Thanks and sorry for my poor English.
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    changing it to 1800p doesnt help?

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    Even if you set to 1080p the result did not change.
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