A home theatre system connected to your TV can experience audio delay problems, resulting in a voice and video mismatch. Moreover, the slow speed of the sound in comparison to the moving visuals will lead to a dismal performance for any cinema-style layout. Let’s find out how to deal with this extreme annoyance.
Solve audio delay problem in Amazon TV Fire Stick
If the video on your TV doesn’t match the audio on your TV or Echo speakers connected to it, adjust with Lip Sync Tuning. This should resolve the audio delay problem in Amazon TV Fire Stick.
- Turn on your Fire TV device.
- Choose Settings from the home screen.
- Go to Display & Settings.
- Select Home Theater Settings.
- Click the Lip Sync Tuning option.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
Note – Individual viewers can have slightly different thresholds for detecting lip sync errors. So, you’ll need to make the audio delay adjustments accordingly. Usually, the range is between 0ms to approximately 250ms.
Why Is my TV sound out of sync with the picture?
A bad connection between your satellite set-top box or fast-forwarding/rewinding content can cause the audio and video to go out of sync.
Also, Alexa-powered speakers connect to Fire TV Stick wirelessly. So, any latency in the setup or connectivity will result in an audio-video mismatch. Making a bit of manual adjustment can however resolve the issue completely.
How do I fix the sound delay on my TV?
If you’ve finished setting up a home theatre with Alexa-enabled speakers, go to Settings under your Fire TV and select the Display & Sounds or Display & Audio option.
Then, scroll down to the Home Theatre System entry. When found, select to open it.
When directed to a new screen, choose the Lip Sync Tuning option.
A window should appear on your TV screen. If it shows a message saying Adjust the slider left or right until the visual and sound are in sync, it means there’s a lip-sync error. Adjust the Lip Sync Tuning by moving the slider to the right or left.
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When done, it will fix the audio delay issue in Amazon Fire TV Stick completely.
Hope that makes sense!