Hello everyone. First post here. Sorry to beat a dead horse as I have seen this topic come up many times, but I have been unable to resolve it.
I recently set up the latest build of Lakka on a Raspberry PI 3 system. Honestly I love the interface and greatly prefer it over Retropie. The problem is thus far I have been completely unable to get my sound to work. I have tried basically all the little tricks that I’ve come across. I know on the latest build of Lakka you are able to change the audio device in the menu, my problem is the only options I have are basically null, sys:default ALSA and ALSA. I see no options for anything related to HDMI. I read about the whole certain TV’s having issues with audio and HDMI and to edit the config.txt file to show HDMI_DRIVE=2. This still hasn’t solved my problem. I’m not actually running my HDMI cable straight into my television, but through an ONKYO receiver. I don’t see why this would make a difference, but I tried it straight into the TV as well and still have no audio.
I also downloaded Putty on my Windows 10 computer and used SSH in the terminal to check out the aplay -L options. Every time I see someone else who’s posted a log of this they seem to have this big huge list of audio options and many things which say HDMI. I don’t get anything like this. Again basically all I see are the same audio options mentioned above (null, alsa, etc). I am really at a loss as to what to do. I feel like it’s probably something simple I am overlooking, but I have spent hours upon hours setting up games on this among other tweaks and having no sound is a real bummer.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks very much.