Hi guys. I'm sure this problem has come up multiple times, but I have never been able to find a solution. After days of searching, I give up, I'm just going to ask.
I got a new TV recently, with a pretty strange setup.
Here it is.
Radioshack branded composite switch box.
Xbox 360 plugged in Composite.
I know this is strange, but my xbox doesn't have HDMI, and my TV doesn't have component hookups. -_-
Anyway, I adjusted and adjusted my calibration, and it is spot on perfect. I can get 100% Expert Drums, Guitar, and Vox.
My problem is that if I turn up the Mic Volume, I have around .3 seconds of of lag between when the vocals register, and when they are sung. Things come up like this:
TV: Say it ain't so, I will not go, Turn the lights off, Carry me home
Me: ----Say it ain't so, I will not go, Turn the lights off, Carry me home
(EDIT: I feel this might be unclear, Me, coming out of the TV speakers, not my actual singing.)
This bothers me a lot. I know the main solution that gets thrown around a lot here is to just turn off the Mic Volume. I know this solves the issue, it's what I've been doing for the time being, but it really bothers me. I usually play with the Vocal track all the way down, and the mic volume all the way up. I can't do that if the singing isn't in tune with the rest of the song. It throws everybody who is playing off, including myself.
Is there any solution for this very known problem that I'm just not seeing?