Sync between Gamepad and TV audio?

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User Info: tizzywilkillyou

tizzywilkillyou
5 years ago#11
aaronkelley posted...

Waiting for component cables to arrive (Wednesday). If I get decent 1080p over component, I'll just run the audio outputs directly into a set of speakers and alleviate this problem.


Well, won't that introduce a new problem: The TV's audio and video being out of sync?

My TV lags the game pad as well. I haven't "measured" it but I'd say it's by around 100ms, maybe slightly more.
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User Info: troll235

troll235
5 years ago#12
Setting the pad to stereo, rather than surround might help.

I have my Wii U hooked up to my receiver, which allows me to adjust the audio sync.
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huyi
5 years ago#13
i just tried nintendoland with the new game mode and the audio sync is a bit more better, it still lags behind a bit but it's not as noticeable as before, when i am on the plaza the audio sync is good there though.
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User Info: 61degrees

61degrees
5 years ago#14
You need to disable any processing your TV does, visual and audio.

User Info: tizzywilkillyou

tizzywilkillyou
5 years ago#15
61degrees posted...
You need to disable any processing your TV does, visual and audio.


My garbage HDTV from 2007 unfortunately doesn't have that option. :(
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hrodwulf
5 years ago#16
As has been said, it's the TV that's introducing the delay. I tried my Wii U on a friend's TV using HDMI and the audio (Monita's voice in Nintendo Land) was out of sync producing the same echo-y effect and was kind of worried. Then I tried the Wii U with component cables at my house and running the audio through a sound system and the audio was perfectly in sync (no surround audio though... the Wii U only outputs surround sound through HDMI)!
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