Re: NVIDIA: no sound to TV via HDMI

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On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 7:07 PM, Mikkel <[email protected]> wrote:
> On 01/23/2010 10:51 PM, Bill Davidsen wrote:
>> Marcel Rieux wrote:
>>> Since the NVIDIA forums are just a lost of time, I'll first ask the
>>> question here.
>>> I have an NVIDIA 9400GT card and a Sony LCD TV linked with an HDMI cable.
>>> First problem I found: the S/PDIF cable -- which is needed only with
>>> NVIDIA cards -- wasn't installed. The plug had a molding problem and
>>> one of the 4 holes was blocked. (The hole was just empty: no wire
>>> going to it.) I opened it with a pin, installed it with the arrow
>>> facing the closest part of the motherboard, reversed it, and, of
>>> course, sound doesn't come out of the TV. It's an Nvidia product!
>>> Anybody got this working?
>> Did you get PulseAudio to send output to the connector? Many times this is a PA
>> config issue.
> One thing to keep in mind when configuring PA to output over the
> HDMI cable is that this is a digital output. The default
> configuration is to use the analog output, because this is what most
> people use. (Speakers hooked to the line out jack.)

> PA supports both analog and digital output, but you have to select
> the one you want.

As I said, when I select digital output, there is no output
whatsoever, computer or tv. Is an additional driver needed?
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