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iTunes audio to TV via HDMI

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Hi, I'm trying to get iTunes to send the audio to the TV via HDMI but it's not working.  I can see the iTunes display on the TV but the sound comes out of the computer speakers.  Is this the way it's supposed to work?  In other words, do I need to send the audio signal directly to the receiver?  Since HDMI carries audio/video, I thought one cable would do it.
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click system preferences > sound > Output > select the HDMI and you should hear the sound
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