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If I use the HDMI output of the player for video to the tv and the analog outputs for the audio to my processor's analog bypass inputs will there be a delay between the audio and the video resulting in an incorrect audio/video sync?
 

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Sure, there can be, it depends on the setup. Most processors will allow some lip sync control to help you compensate.
 

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That's where their might be a problem for me because the lip sync is bypassed by the analog input on the processor.

This is the only way I can connect a blu-ray player to get the lossless audio from the discs.
 

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If you can configure the player to generate exactly the resolution and frame rate of the display, then the A/V sync problem should be minimized since the display won't have to spend any time rescaling the video.
 

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What you describe is how I had my system hooked up for a while before I purchased an HDMI capable processor and I seldom had lip sync issues. I say give it a shot and see!
 
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