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Macbook Pro HDMI Sound not listed under preferences


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I have a Macbook Pro 6,2 and am connecting it to a TV via mDP to HDMI cable.

When I go to Preferences > Sound, the only possible selection for output is Internal Speakers.

I then went to Audio Midi Setup, and HDMI does not appear on the list, only Built-in Output.

Is anyone aware of a problem that would cause HDMI audio not to be listed?
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The HDMI option should automatically appear when connected to the TV via HDMI. It doesn't appear until you plug it in though. Is the video working via HDMI?
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if the TV, or cable, is not VESA compliant.. there will be no TV in your audio options.

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