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CONFIG_SND_HDA_INTEL_HDMI_SILENT_STREAM: Enable Silent Stream always for HDMI

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_SND_HDA_INTEL_HDMI_SILENT_STREAM:

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Intel hardware has a feature called 'silent stream', that keeps external HDMI receiver's analog circuitry powered on avoiding 2-3 sec silence during playback start. This mechanism relies on setting channel_id as 0xf, sending info packet and preventing codec D3 entry (increasing platform static power consumption when HDMI receiver is plugged-in). 2-3 sec silence at the playback start is expected whenever there is format change. (default is 2 channel format). Say Y to enable Silent Stream feature.

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