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I have by mistanke bought a Lenovo Thinkcentre not supporting HDMI.

So instead I want ude the AW Audio In with my LG OLED TV. So I discover that on new LG TVs IT seems I need to use an adapter as there is only 1 yellow AV Audio in slot. Anyone has Experience with this?


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What is this "AW Audio In"? as I don't see it in the first LG OLED TV manual I pulled up.

Yellow is usually used for composite video with red and white for audio so I worry that what you are trying is incorrect here.

Why not some USB to HDMI video adapter? Then you can use your TV as a big monitor.

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AV Audio in

Hmm can I not attach a picture? Then I can show the port.

In regards to using and HDMI adapter I have allready tried to use a displayport HDMI adapter. Sound is not transferred to tv. Have looked in soundssettings and no options for HDMI are available. It is the Intel Graphic 530 that seems not to support HDMI

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I've used DisplayPort to HDMI many times

And it's just a setting to push audio over. Even on Intel Graphics.

To me this means you may have the wrong driver. But the common USB to HDMI video cards do sound over HDMI as well.

As to a picture, forget that. Give up a link to the TV's user manual or the LG web site with the support docs.

And as to the laptop, you are leaving out so much detail that I can't offer much other than my usual fix (USB to HDMI video card.)

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