@Gigglyingalloy Did you look if it switched over to HDMI in the audio settings? Sometimes it doesn't do it automatically, which is really annoying, but an easy fix.
@Gigglyingalloy Go to the GNOME settings (click settings in the menu in the upper right) and find where it says sound on the left. Then look for a dropdown that lists audio outputs and see if it's set to HDMI.
@Gigglyingalloy I've never had that happen to me. I think I might be out of my depth here. Sorry I couldn't be more help. :(
@Gigglyingalloy could you try to install firmware-sof-signed(reboot afterwards) +
Option 1: use the latest kernel 5.18.5
Option 2: check if it works with these commands https://github.com/yangxiaohua2009/custom-kernel/issues/5#issuecomment-1067698816
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