HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an interface for audio/video transmission between devices, such as computers, and displays.

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Disable HDMI Audio Output if it is not plugged in

I am using Fedora 20 on a Dell Precision M3800. When i'm in the office, i wanna use my Bluetooth Headphones. When i'm at home, i'm using often my Sony TV as my second Display(via HDMI). When i'm at ...
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Need to Adjust Screen Edge of an HDMI-connected TV

I have a Linux Mint Debian Edition device that I'm connecting to my Sony Bravia TV via HDMI. The resolution of both screens are 1920x1080. But when I connect them via HDMI cable, the PC screen is ...
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How can I get 1080p to work on my TV with HDMI using xrandr?

I'm using Arch Linux on a small HTPC called an Xtreamer, which has an Nvidia GT218/ION graphics card and HDMI out. My television is an Orion DL40-71BK (manual, note everything's in Japanese). HDMI ...
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How to enable both built-in audio output and HDMI audio output with PulseAudio?

I've been searching for this issue for days now and tried various solutions suggested, without any success. Basically, I have a laptop with built-in audio (the output goes either to the headphone ...
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i3 HDMI output sometimes shows black screen after startup

I have the i3 window manager configured to use HDMI-0 as its main output and DVI-0 to use as a secondary screen. The dualscreen configuration is done via an xrandr entry in the i3 config file. ...
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Boot resolution change in initramfs on laptop monitor and HDMI monitor

I have Linux Mint 17 on my laptop. Also I have 22'' monitor connected to laptop using HDMI cable. My disk if fully encrypted with LUKS and LVM. On boot I get graphical prompt to enter password for ...
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Lost control of the windows sent to monitor on HDMI, which xrandr doesn’t detect

I have set two monitors—one is a usual monitor, and the second one is an HDMI TV. The configuration is done in a single xorg.conf file. The problem is that the second display seem to be working, i.e. ...
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Setting up HDMI output from Linux console

I am currently running Debian Wheezy on a HP Microserver N54L with an AMD Radeon 5450 video card. I would like to be able to play audio from the console through the HDMI port of my video card and ...
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Blurry image between Radeon / DVI-to-HDMI / LG LCD monitor

I've got an ATI Radeon (not sure exact card; forgot to write it down when I left this morning; will update when I get back) and it is connected to an LG IPS237L 23" IPS LED monitor. As you can seen ...
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HD TV and Macbook Air with Linux see each other but screen is black

With Apple Macbook Air 1,1 (Early 2008) and Ubuntu 12.04 with kernel Linux 3.2.0-68-generic-pae, when I connect it to an HD TV via the micro-DVI to DVI (Apple adapter) --> DVI to HDMI (I tried two ...
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How do I configure PulseAudio for 7.1 Surround Sound over HDMI?

I have my machine connected over HDMI to a receiver. But when I try to use more than two channels with PulseAudio, I only get two. pacmd list cards shows the card, but does not show an HDMI profile ...
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Auto-switching PulseAudio profiles based on input(s) channel count

I'm running audio over HDMI to my receiver, which has a full 7.1 setup connected to it. However, most of the stuff that I listen to has far fewer channels—some is mono, most is stereo, a bit is 5.1. ...
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Disable ATI HDMI sound device - Fedora with PulseAudio

I want to disable the ATI HDMI sound device. I have nothing connected to it and for some reason, although it isn't the default sound device, it sometimes kicks in and grabs my sound, leaving the ...
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How to connect Ubuntu 13.10 to TV via HDMI?

I have a Lenovo Laptop with Ubuntu 13.10 running and would like to connect it to the TV via HDMI. In the dual-boot Windows, I just have to connect the HDMI cable and the screen is displayed on the TV. ...
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Optimus laptop Xrandr - No HDMI option

I have been trying to fix HDMI for several days, but I have no idea how to fix it. Arch does not even register HDMI, I tried Xubuntu and Fedora and it works there. My setup: i7 3630QM Nvidia GT635M ...
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How to write bash script to configure my displays when HDMI is plugged in or unplugged

I have a notebook running Kubuntu Precise (12.04) which I occasionally use for watching videos. When I do, I plug in an HDMI cable connected to an A/V receiver with an HDMI monitor attached to it. ...
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Outputting sound from different monitors to different audio devices

I have got my computer set up in my living room on a desk with the TV 1 metre away. I want to be able to use my TV to watch videos from my computer. I am using Chakra Linux, I use the NVIDIA binary ...
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xrandr detects amplifier as monitor

To help with setting up multi-monitor X I'm using a simple script to get screen resolution information using xrandr. This was working fine until I tried attaching an amplifier to attempt to use HDMI ...
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Best flavor of Linux for an Acer Revo 3600 as media server? [closed]

I would like to try Linux on my Acer Revo 3600 (ION) in the hopes that it will perform better than Windows 7, which is extremely sluggish. "All" I need it to do is: Run Plex Media Server Run ...
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How to configure linux to output to monitor

I'm currently running a lightweight Debian distro on a development board from Compulab. I have to login to the system via serial port everytime. The system has graphical card and the driver is ...
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Fedora 19 using KDE - Phonon cannot switch to hdmi audio device 7

I have an issue with HDMI sound. I recently upgraded to Fedora 19 (clean install) but this issue exsists on F18 too. I have Intel DQ67SW motherboard with integrated audio/video and ASUS-NVidia GT220 ...
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HDMI not detected by `xrandr`

There's no output from my HDMI port and my TV shows NO Signal. My Current OS: Linux Mint 15 Things I have tried with no success: Change the HDMI cable Install another operating system ( Windows 7, ...
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How to send HDMI sound to OTHER HDMI port?

I am running XBMC on a Debian Testing system on my HTPC. I want to switch between my monitor for browsing and my tv for XBMC. This is no problem. But the sound only seems to reach my television when ...
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How to force X to use specific display, regardless if it is plugged in?

As it says in title: How to force xorg to use specific display trough HDMI, regardless if it is plugged in? I have TV that has some crazy "power save" option that can't be turned off and X thinks ...
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Detect if HDMI Monitor is switched off

I have a Monitor connected to my machine through HDMI. Now if anyone were to switch off the Monitor, through either the Soft Buttons on it, or by removing it's Power Cord, I wish to be notified and ...
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use CEC with my TV

When I plug my Raspberry Pi to my TV (which supports SimpLink, or respectively CEC) the TV automatically turns on from standby. This is due to the fact that the Raspberry Pi also supports CEC: ...
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HDMI port not working after installing KDE Desktop Enviroment for Ubuntu

My laptop can't detect the HDMI port and my Samsung TV shows no signal. When I run xrandr, my HDMI port doesn't show in the output. Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1366 x 768, maximum 8192 x ...