YouTube TV audio delay or lip-sync issues on Fox 4K being looked into, confirms support
YouTube TV is among the most popular streaming television services with over 3 million subscribers. The streaming television service offers several 4K channels as well.
Among them, the Fox 4K sports channel where subscribers can live stream their favorite sports events. However, some issues have been spoiling the experience with 4K channels.
As per multiple reports, YouTube TV subscribers are facing audio delay or lip-sync issues with the Fox 4K sports channel.
The issue with audio being out of sync appears to be widespread and is inconveniencing subscribers as they are unable to enjoy matches on Fox 4K.
Also, YouTube TV subscribers have pointed out that the audio delay issues only exist with 4K channels whereas other channels are working fine.
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It is unclear what the exact cause of these issues is but affected subscribers may not have to dwell with them for too long.
Support has said that they are aware of the issues where 4K audio is out of sync and they are being looked into.
While this further indicates that the issues might be affecting all 4K channels, nothing is confirmed until support provides more details on the matter.
It is still good to see that the audio delay or lip-sync issues with Fox 4K on YouTube TV are being fixed.
However, there is no word on how long it will take to address these problems as YouTube support has not provided any ETA.
Hopefully, the tech giant fixes the aforementioned problems so that subscribers can watch Fox 4K without any hassle.
That said, we will report back with more details as and when we get new information to share so stay tuned.
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