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    Default HDMI and sound

    I don't have this problem, but I am curious.
    It appears with Arch & Ubuntu, that when
    People switch to HDMI, the audio
    Becomes higher pitched. Thoughts are it
    Might be related to pulseaudio.
    Has this problem appeared with openSUSE?

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    Default Re: HDMI and sound

    I am unsure here as my sound is not done by my HDMI, but the most likely suspect for audio issues is going to be from the card rather then pulseaudio.
    Sure pulseaudio may have its issues but HDMI sound is usually done with proprietary drivers rather then the open ones.

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    Default Re: HDMI and sound

    I don't experience the problem.
    Best regards,
    Greg

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    Default Re: HDMI and sound

    no altered pitch here, 2 laptops with hdmi, since 12.2, now both on 13.1
    MS user 1988-2008, Linux user 1998-present, openSUSE user since 2004
    (The first computer I used had a punch card reader)

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    Default Re: HDMI and sound

    On Mon, 14 Apr 2014 10:26:02 +0000, BSDuser wrote:

    > I don't have this problem, but I am curious.
    > It appears with Arch & Ubuntu, that when People switch to HDMI, the
    > audio Becomes higher pitched. Thoughts are it Might be related to
    > pulseaudio.
    > Has this problem appeared with openSUSE?


    I've never observed it myself - I use HDMI out on my laptop occasionally
    and connect it to my home theater - seems to work just fine on openSUSE
    12.2 and 13.1.

    Jim



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