We subscribe to Blue Curve TV..
We have 3 TVs (front room, kitchen, den) all connected with wireless boxes.
The front room tv and the kitchen tv are in fairly close proximity to each other.
This means if both tv's are on at the same time, the sound between the tv's are out of sync. This is very annoying. Is there a way to get sound in sync?
Try power cycling both boxes by pulling the power out for a minute and plug them back in. See if they sync up correctly. Otherwise I would recommend getting in touch with our tech support and they can try resetting the boxes for you.
rebooted both boxes, it did not help.
Talked to a Techie, unplugged boxes and pulled power cable and coax cable on modem, and after 30 sec plugged everything back in. Techie then resent software. Plugged boxes back in. Long story short-No Joy.
You may be right, but I am looking for a solution.
@retiredAlK -- from what @rstra hinted, I have a question: are all the TVs tuned to the same channel? By "same", I question whether one TV is tuned to a "standard definition" channel, while another TV is tuned to the HD ("high definition") broadcast of the same channel? The extra processing of the incoming HD feed could cause the HD television to "lag" behind the SD feed. Is that what you are observing?
Both TV's are on the exact same channel.
I had his issue in my old house for over 20 years nobody could ever figure out a way to fix it