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However, your TV may be able to do this audio unpacking process itself—taking the load off your soundbar and allowing the two to stay in sync.
If you’re lucky, your TV or soundbar will be one of that allows the lip sync feature to adjust in both directions—or at least you’ll have a higher-end soundbar with enough inputs for all your devices.
If none of these lip sync features solve the problem, though, you’ll have to get a bit more creative.
Couple that with any other processing you’re doing—like motion smoothing on your TV, or “virtual surround”-type features on the soundbar—and you’re basically guaranteed out-of-sync dialogue.
They keep their distance from each other even as they move in sync.
If the fundamental clock ticked too slowly, these atomic clocks would be unreliable because they would get out of sync with the fundamental clock.
In a way, the technology uses sound waves to mechanically “shake” the neurons in a circuit back into sequence, so they function in sync as needed and control subsequent outputs like learning, thinking, memory, and decision-making.
The rocking and sliding motions shouldn’t be totally in sync.
I hae na seen ye're bonny face these muckle years, sir, sync ye cam' back frae ae sight o' the young mistress.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
Finally, at perhaps a hundred thousand times critical mass, and still in perfect sync, the Vangs all went off.
MASTERS OF SPACEEDWARD ELMER SMITH

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