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So I picked up a BookArc and I want to use my laptop on my Sony Tv. I have the cable that goes from the MBP that converts to HDMI. I get the picture up and its great. The problem I have is why dont I have audio? I dont need to run other wires do I?

(The HDMI cord in plugged into my HDMI in on the Tv)
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You need to adjust the settings for audio output. With the HDMI plugged in and the TV on go into system preferences > sound > output > and select HDMI. After that any time you connect it to the HDMI cable it should just automatically switch over, at least that's how mine has always worked.
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Brilliant! Thanks so much for the help
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