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Denon Zone 2 Audio Delay
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Post 1 made on Monday July 14, 2014 at 12:26
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Using Denon AVR2000. Cable box, DVD player, network audio are the sources. All give an audio delay in Zone 2. Using a active Soundbar (BOSE) on the TV and ceiling speakers in zone 2. Audio is fed to Zone 2 via speaker terminals and audio is fed to tv via HDMI and then to soundbar via the optical cable.

I dont think its possible to get rid of the delay in this scenario unless a convert to a passive soundbar.

Any other thoughts?
Post 2 made on Thursday July 31, 2014 at 20:30
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In the Option menu, have you tried All Zone Stereo?
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Post 3 made on Wednesday August 20, 2014 at 11:30
msmoran
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Firstly, whenever you do any sound processing, it delays the audio signal path, which is the source of the problem.

Solution(s):
Set the Main Zone to either Stereo or Game Mode Playback and the issue will go away.

Denon Mike


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