Is there a simple way to build a configurable TOSLINK delay?
I've done some research and found that the following products do a audio delay to help with sync problems with LCD TV (esp 120Hz) and TOSLINK on older receivers that can't add the required lip-sync delay.
The consumer level delays are made by:
Felston - $250
J.S. Technology (UK company) - £79
Alchemy2 - $400-$450
Bottom line, what does this take to develop: A TOSLINK receiver and transmitter. A MPU that can receive the serial stream store it in internal memory and read at a configured offset to transmit. Has anyone take up a project like this and be willing to post the intructions here. I hate to buy a new receiver just because of this, that would be wasteful.