Lip Sync Issues

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by redram38, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. redram38

    redram38 Well-Known Member
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    When I watch a video using Bluetooth The lip sync is always off a bit. It seems ok when not using BT, was wondering if anyone else has noticed this. I use a Jabra BT530. I have not tried using a reg set of head phones but BT is off by just a bit.
     

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  2. kennyidaho

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    Probably because it has to extract the audio, send it to the bluetooth audio chip, from there it probably gets processed again, then it stands in a bloody line to waiting to get blasted one little 0 or 1 at a time through the bluetooth radio, magically finds it's way to your headsets radio, gets magically reassembled (btw if one of those 0 or 1's is missing a search party is called in), by a much slower chip I might add, from there converted into a analog signal sent to the drivers in the headset, then into your ears and then your brain has to process it.
     
  3. redram38

    redram38 Well-Known Member
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    You could have just said it is due to bluetooth and be done with it. But thanks for letting everyone know you know how bluetooth and video work and just how smart you really are. Oh and for what it's worth I have watched video using bluetooth on other devices without a lip sync problem. Everything was fine till your last remark. My brain works just fine.
     
  4. kennyidaho

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    Wow I am really sorry I was not trying to offend you at all. I was just trying to joke around in obnoxious manner. I honestly I really don't know how bluetooth works, I assume that I left out no less then 42 steps in the process. Also I never intended to imply that you had any sort of mental deficiencies.

    Maybe the issue is with the media, have you tried anything with audio encoded in a lower quality?
     
  5. redram38

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    NP sorry if I took it the wrong way
     
  6. rolue

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    I think it has to do with the computers processor. On my Hero, the audio/video is out of sync, but on my laptop, which has a 2g cpu,
    it's all in sync. Maybe it's the memory. My laptop has 4gigs of memory.
     
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