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HDMI Audio Output with 64-bit ARM development board NanoPi M3 under Debian

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Published in 2016-8-3 19:13:17 | Show all floors |Read mode
HDMI Audio Output/3.5mm Audio Jack Output Under Debian

    By default our Debian system's HDMI output doesn't have audio output. To enable the HDMI audio output you need to install the alsa packages
    Firstly, make sure your board runs our latest Debian image and is connected to the internet:
    After your board is powered up run the following commands:

apt-get update
apt-get install libasound2
apt-get install alsa-base
apt-get install alsa-utils

    After the installation is done copy a ".wav" audio file to your NanoPi M3, connect your NanoPi M2 to an HDMI monitor and play it by using the following command:

aplay music.wavOur Debian system's default audio output is the 3.5mm audio jack. You can turn on the HDMI audio by editting the /etc/asound.conf file:

pcm.!default {
    type hw
    card 1
    device 0
}
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