Could you please provided me with the following information;
- Download Intel® System Support Utility report.
- What is the remote software that you are using?
- You want to get audio from the source(Intel® Compute Stick) or destination(computer that you are accessing the Intel® Compute Stick from)?
thanks for staying with it - I hadn't had any time to mess around with it...
Apparently the (2) HDMI ports on my "Samsung T24C550ND" handle the Compute Stick (& google's Chromecast) differently.
- HDMI1 will not pass audio on either device (although it will pass audio though the TV speakers for a laptop, etc. connected via a cable)
- HDMI2 (Samsung's DMA default for this TV model) *will* pass audio on the Compute Stick (& google's Chromecast.)
...For what it's worth, I use "Splashtop" remote software on ipad and Android platforms. With the Compute Stick connected to a different TV, I have experienced the Compute Stick passing audio to, both, the TV speakers & the remote device controlling it (ipad.)
Seems like it's a Samsung problem.
Thank you for coming back.
Now, I just want to know; have you provided this information to Samsung? This is in case they have some reports or possible workarounds.
On my Samsung TVs that I use as computer monitors, there is a setting that at first glance, allows you to configure the "name" of the HDMI port, selected from a list. What I found out is the selection of a "name" also affects other settings (eg, overscan). If your TV has settings for the "name" of the HDMI port, try some changes.
Thanks again, everyone.
I didn't have any advanced display choices on this model. I noticed a screen refresh when i toggled between HDMI / HDMI PC in the "name" section within the input menu. I also tried a "sound reset" & a reboot of the ComputeStick. Unfortunately no change as of yet...
I'll contact Samsung - but THANKS AGAIN for the input!