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Title: How do I edit PulseAudio configuration through a script?
ID: /2018/08/18/How-do-I-edit-PulseAudio-configuration-through-a-script_
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Each time you reboot Pulse Audio resets sound device to HDMI. In order for it to keep the setting at HDMI3 you need to tell it to stop automatically switching.

Disable automatic device switching

When signal is lost to during sleep or shutdown, Pulse Audio is automatically configured to activate the default source (your HDMI). Upon resume or restart the sound device is still on HDMI. To override this setting, tell Pulse Audio to never switch sound devices automatically:

Instead of rebooting you can use pulseaudio -k to reload the configuration changes.

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