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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1709163

Title:
  default output changes from intel builtin to hdmi when display is
  turned off. yes off not on

Status in pulseaudio package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  So if I have sound output selected to be the intel sound on the
  mainboard and turn off one of my two displays the audio out is changed
  to HDMI. YES OFF it's not a typo.

  The Display I turn off is connected to displayport and do not even
  have HDMI. The audio is switched over to the still active display.

  If I then turn the display back it's still hdmi. If I then turn off
  the display that has HDMI out connected. the audio is still connected
  to that display. since its actually off I hear no sound but pulseaudio
  still connect to it.

  I have to manually open the GUI tool and change back to the correct
  output when the display is turned off or when the display is blanked.
  or suspend/resume.

  I attache the output of "pacmd list-cards  && pacmd list-sinks"
  ok   -> ps_w1.txt
  fail -> ps_f1.txt

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