BLUF: Movies playing on a bluetooth-connected Samsung tablet have ~.75s audio lag on YouTube, Google Play Movies, and Netflix. Without an 'aux in' 3.5mm port, is there a good way to stream content from these apps without suffering from audio sync issues? A lot of reading on the Internet shows two solutions: 1. Play audio from an application that can delay the video (like VLC). 2. Use a FM Transmitter in lieu of bluetooth. I don't maintain offline copies of movies outside their native app (like Netflix and Google Play's download for offline use option), and I don't think those apps support video delay like VLC does. Aside from the FM transmitter, does anyone have a good way to deal with the inherent Bluetooth audio lag when watching movies? It seems like such a waste to have the upgraded audio package with no good way to use it in this fashion... unless I'm missing something obvious (like a 3.5mm jack). *Note: A youtube test pattern video was used to calculate bluetooth audio delay.