I have recently bought a new TV PANASONIC TX-L32U10E and I tried to connect it to my laptop FUJITSU/SIEMENS AMILO Pi2540.
My TV is full HD, so it has 2 HDMI plugs, but my laptop has not, so I bought a DVI-HDMI cable to connect them. The result is the video is displayed on the HDMI channel, but there is no audio.
Then, I bought an audio cable and tried to connect it from the headphone jack of my laptop to the AUDIO-IN jack on the back of the TV. Now I have the audio, but it is on the COMPONENT channel!
So practically, if I connect my laptop to my TV, audio and video go to 2 differents channel: HDMI for the video, COMPONENT for the audio. That I means I have to choose either to watch or listen to a movie!
Why does it work like this? Is there any way to have audio and video on the same channel!