Originally Posted by Mr B
It's the same thing, so your not going to see any difference. Kipper2K's solution can be claimed to be neater, as he stuffed the audio in to the HDMI cable, however, it introduces a failure-point on the other end, where the audio is extracted again. I use a DVI-HDMI adapter for testing against my TV, and a DVI-VGA adapter for testing against the same TV, and a IBM CRT monitor. Only the IBM CRT works, at this point.
It doesn't create a failure point as the audio can simply be taken from the original audio jacks. it is just an optional hookup to reduce wiring from the back of the Amiga. Using an original HDMI cable will not even include the audio as the cable itself needs to be modified