Just got into blu-rays and I've been having a fair number of lip sync issues. Looking around and doing some research I came across the Felston DD740 which seems to be the answer. However, most of the lip sync issues I've read about on forums usually involve the audio being ahead of the video. In my case, my lip sync issues involve the VIDEO being ahead of the audio. I'll see the actors' mouths move, and then the words come out however many milliseconds later, or someone will shoot a gun, and then afterwards you hear the gun shot. Some stuff plays perfectly in sync, others don't. Everything I've read about the Felston refers to it as an audio delay system, but my audio is already being delayed behind my video, adding more audio delay will make it worse. Can the Felston be used to actually "un-delay" the audio? Also, I don't have any receivers or anything, I just use a simple HDMI connection from my Pioneer 51FD to my LG LCD. Can the Felston still be used without receivers?