I have done some research and with help of the link below I was able to make progress. I still dont have audio thou. I do have the NVIDIA drivers installed. I think I need to tell Alsa to point to the correct Hardware spot, which I think is 1,9
I can confirm that if I use the following command I am able to get sound
aplay -D hw:1,9 /usr/share/sounds/alsa/test.wav
If I place the following command in to pulse, I can see new option but unable to get pavucontrol to point to the new hardware. Once I do this, I also am unable to get sound out of 1,9. I am getting hardware busy.
If you install the proprietary video driver, nVIDIA also has something called nvmixer, but try to get going without that last step. I use the KDE desktop, not sure wehat you use, but it makes a difference on the screens that are shown.
Thank you the info. I am using KDE. When I look at the sound options under Yast, I see that my Nvidia HDMI is listed as Intel
Configured as sound card number 1
I am unsure if this is correct.
As far as all the other options I have tried. I have turned the Internal Audio off and made sure GF110 is selected. I thought there use to be a way to push which HDMI channel to use. I know that I can with Linux Mint with Pulse Audio xfce but I am unsure how I was able to select the channel in GF110.
But in YaST, the HDMI device should be listed as Index zero,. meaning the default, just as I show in the picture. Use the Other button to change. Did you visit this same software location I show in YaST?
Yes it is selected as Zero and has not made a difference. Rebooted after I made the change. HDMI output. I am getting Audio on my internal speakers. When I turned off my internal audio option in Pusle Audio, I lose all sound. I then took and rand the command in terminal and I can get audio on my TV from the wave file. This makes me think that Pulse Audio is pointing the to the incorrect spot. I have 2 options under HDMI GF110. Either Digital output or Off.
How do I change what hardware the GF110 is pushing to? Am I on the incorrect track with what I am getting as results? Also I see in Pulse Audio that the bar is moving showing there is an output on the GF110. Just not making it to the TV.
Well one thing to consider is the type of audio input expected on the TV. Most likely, the PC output is PCM, Coaxial audio and not Dolby Digital, not DTS, not WMA and not RAW. Check the TV Audio Input Type to make sure it is compatible. Back in Menu / Configure Desktop / Multimedia / Phonon / Device Preference / make sure the HDMI audio is at the top of the List. The audio Test you say is working, is that from my Bash script START?
(PS, getting Late in Austin and will be offline until Wednesday, Good Luck)