Outdoor projector audio question

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  1. msull84

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    Hi guys,
    Looking to set up an outdoor screen for movies and TV. I have the OS 144 screen from Camp Chef but looking for a HD projector and concerned about audio. The connection from the DVD or cable box will be HDMI into the projector of my choice but will there be an audio delay if I run analog audio from the source device (DVD or cable box) to an amp with a L & R speaker set up?What if I get a projector that has an audio output option? Will that solve any delay issues?
     
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    That's how we all have our systems set up except we use a digital signal for our audio. Some use HDMI. I'm still running behind and use optical audio except for my Roku. I use analog audio (stereo only).
     
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    Audio delays typically are caused by having image enhancements turned in the display.
     
  4. msull84

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    Thanks...I plan on using analog audio from the source device to an old receiver.
     

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