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I purchased a Mini Displayport adapter w/USB to HDMI all-in-one cable from Monoprice.com. Hooked one end in the MBP and ran the other end to the 42" HDTV, and watched hulu.com movies.

Only problem is, there appeared to be a very slight delay between the audio and video on the screen. I didn't see this issue explored on the monoprice website. What causes the delay, is there a setting available to remedy this?

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If it is just Hulu that has the audio delay, then it seems to me that Hulu is to blame. It may not be a stretch to suggest that their Flash player is at fault.

Try a QuickTime movie on both your main display and then the TV to see if there is a difference in timing.

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good suggestion, i'll have to try this out.
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