Okay so this is confusing as hell. Basically I'm a PC user, I have no tv nor need one. I have multiple monitors, my Wii U is connected to a secondary monitor through an HDMI to DVI convertor. The issue is the sound, since the monitor obviously has no sound, no sound comes out of anywhere while on tv mode. Originally I thought the sound would output to the gamepad at all times, so I didn't need anything else. But I was wrong when I played wind waker HD. When I switch to tv mode, no audio comes out. I have a ps3 and what I do is use a converter where I plug in the red and white cables from the AV cord, and on the other end I can plug in headphones. So basically I output video through HDMI (to dvi with a converter) and audio through AV (to headphones with a converter), this is possible, on the ps3 at least. I configured it the same way on Wii U, but it doesn't work. No audio comes to my headphones. So is there something I'm doing wrong or did nintendo seriously fail at having support for something as basic as this while a previous gen console had it covered? Is there another solution that doesn't require expending hundreds of dollars on expensive audio hardware? Also when I played wonderful 101 audio played the way I originally expected. Audio comes from the gamepad at all times, so it doesn't matter whether you play on tv more or gamepad. I assume this is up to the developers to implement properly (like platinum did) or fail horribly (like nintendo did with wind waker) and there is nothing I can do to set audio to output to the gamepad at all times?