In all output formats Audio and Video are synchronized based on data provided in the source DVD. In some rare cases there might be slight difference in the Audio/Video timing. This might be noticed in conversation scenes and scenes with sudden sounds, such as firing a gun or an explosion. Although most DVD’s provide the exact information for perfect synchronization, some don’t. Even worse is when some DVD’s compensate for some delay that some set-top systems suffer from.
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