CEC does things like switching the TV to the correct input...'s remote. Your VCR certainly won't understand any CEC commands. Regular VCRs don't have HDMI ...
6 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 16/07/2012
Does the TV actually have an HDMI output? That is very unusual.. You would need an adapter box to decode the digital HDMI signal and convert it back to Analog audio. A simple connecting lead, regardless of the plugs on it, will either do...
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 21/12/2014
Sony and Samsung both have these features but it is just a way to make it easier to install. I have a Samsung blu ray hooked to a Sharp tv and in the blu ray menu, the sync step is not highlighted, if it was you could use...
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 18/12/2010
Your best bet are Samsung and Sony. Support for HDMI-CES is completely optional and Panasonic was using its own protocol for a while.
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 23/12/2009
...or a $900 ipad? Actually very few devices support HDMI-CEC. And to make it work - one device in your system has to be the...
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 22/11/2012
... like you are having an HDMI-CEC problem (HDMI - Consumer Electronics... menu's and turn OFF HDMI-CEC (Like i said - I believe it's...
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 09/03/2013
HDMI allows for CEC - Consumer electronics control, which each company markets by a different name. Go to either the BLu-ray player or the TV and disable it.
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 16/02/2010
Can't be done (non using cec) unless your OEM remote is a universal remote... only way you could was to get a universal remote like URC or Harmony.
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 11/03/2013
- related to CEC