we've had bbc1 on for a while and Mrs WTM swears that the sound is out of synch with the picture. I could understand it with a pre-recorded show like doctor who, but it also seems out on a live program like the lottery show on now.
This does happen occasionally. The trick is to switch to another channel then switch back. this usually cures the problem. I feel it happens in your box and is not broadcast like it. Get them to check your box if it happens too often. We used to see it quite a lot on the Pace box that we had but since they changed it for a Samsung I can't say I've noticed it.
"And don't be surprised that it happens on a live programme because there is no such thing."
This is sort of true, there is about a 2-3 second delay between 'off air' reception and what you see on cable, presumably caused by the processing necessary to rebroadcast the signal down the cable.
a slight bit out most of the time anyhow, but not enough to really notice unless you were looking for it. But last night was so bad (for us) that it was like watching a foreign language program that had been dubbed into english.
I'd thought about re-booting the set top box, but didnt want to miss the few minutes of the program that would have entailed, not to mention the endless complaints from the family. Didnt think about changing the channels. Mus remember that when its an issue, even though its something I do when theres an occasional channel loss. Just didnt think of it this time (doh!).
Going to tick this now, as I dont think I can go anywhere else with it though.
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