Ati-TV Wonder Pro???

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We are running XP home edition SP2

We have a sound blaster live sound card.

We have recently purchased the TV Wonder Pro (TV tuner) from ATI. We have downloaded the drivers and the multimedia programs from ATI and installed everything just as ATI instructed. Everything works with the exception that the sound is out of sync. When you are watching TV at the computer the sound lags approx. 1.5 to 2 seconds after the TV. It is like watching a really bad dub over film.

We have tried everything. I would appreciate any help that can be given.

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That's normal. It's due to a buffering feature, which allows you to rewind, pause, etc...
 

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With our previous computer (we just upgraded) we also had a TV Tuner card the TV Wonder USB from ATI and with that we did not have any lag at all. Do you have any more suggestions. This is not just for recording but also for watching.

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maybe pluggin in sound directly to the card instead of using the sond from USB. use the RCA plugs and connect direct to sound card
 

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Sorry guys, we are still having the same problem. We have uninstalled and reinstalled several times and nothing seems to work. Does anyone have any more suggestions
 
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