Audio Delay between Contour DVR Primary and Contour Remote Boxes When Tuned To Same Channel (TV Synchronization)
I have recently upgraded to Contour 2 DVR at my primary TV with two remote TVs having the smaller Contour remote boxes. All new equipment. The primary TV is in the living room and one remote TV is in the kitchen, so while you may not be able to view both screens at the same time, it is easy to hear the audio from both TVs. We are usually tuned to the same channel on both TVs, and the problem is that the audio and probably video are not in sync on the two TVs. The amount of delay varies. Sometimes they are in sync, sometimes slightly off producing an echo, and sometimes badly off producing insanity. I have had support tech come out. He changed around the splitting tree at the service entry, installed new amplifier, and installed a MoCA filter. This solved some problems and the audio appeared to be OK when he left. Since then, however, the lack of synchronization has recurred. I have even seen one case where the two sets were in perfect sync when turned on in the morning but drifted out of sync after operating awhile. There were no channel changes or off/on cycles in that particular case. The basic MoCA scheme looks great for multiple TVs in the home, but I can't believe unsynchronized operation should be expected. Have others experienced this problem? Should such operation be expected? What is the problem and can it be fixed?