Win10 'Default Device' Audio Issues

I have 2 TVs hooked through my GTX 970 video card, one (a Sony TV) via DVI cable and another (a Samsung TV) through HDMI. If/when I desire to play the audio from my PC through one of these two, I could (on Win7) go to Playback Devices and simply set one or the other as my Default Device. Now, since I've upgraded to Windows 10, I have 2 separate issues:

- I have the Samsung set as the Default, but the audio is coming from the Sony TV.

- When I swap the Default Device to the Sony TV, there is no audio from either TV.

I've only started having this issue since I swapped to Win10. Does anyone have any suggestions on what the issue(s) is, and/or, any help to offer up for a solution?

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I don't how your setup is but...

with sound, the issue is most likely W10, driver problem. hope you can find a driver for it. Good luck. On my computers I use a $5 USB audio adapter, not ideal but give me sound.

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While there is some debate

DVI is often no audio. You find this in the TV docs and more. I've had some luck by using a 2 buck DVI to HDMI adapter to use the HDMI ports and get sound from many sound cards.

But after your upgrade to W10 I find a lot of folk skip driver updates. Nothing has changed in 2 decades here. We have to check out the makers for drivers for W10.

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