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  1. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    So, just got the 85" Samsung QN90A... wow. After the wow comes the head scratcher. It has 1 HDMI 2.1 port that is NOT eArc and it is port 4. The eArc port (HDMI 2.0) is port 3. Now, my Onkyo NR646 ... works with the eArc fine (mostly). It's finicky but I think this is just early...
  2. Remote Control Area
    Hoping you can help me figure this out, finally. I have HDMI-CEC on my LG TV, Anthem AVR, and Fire TV Cube. Goal is to power on all 3 at once. To do this, which devices need HDMI-CEC on? In the Cube's menu, I went to "Add Equipment" and added the TV (no option for AVR). I do have an old Harmony...
  3. LCD Flat Panel Displays
    I bought a 4K 43 inch LG Smart TV in 2019 and for the most part it's great but it has one unusual drawback: if I have Simplink setup on any PlayStation that supports HDMI-CEC (slim PS3, the PS4, and even the PS5) I can use most of the buttons the way I'd expect to but I can't use the numeric...
  4. LCD Flat Panel Displays
    Just picked up a Philips PUS8555 43" for the bedroom, got it installed and hooked up to a new Apple TV 4K, and everything seems to work great! Except for volume control. For some reason it defaults to volume control over IR. Does the Philips Android TVs not conform properly to HDMI-CEC, or what...
  5. HDMI Q&A - The One Connector World
    Here is the thread where you can vent your frustration on the terrible state of the HDMI 'one connector' solution With the advent of 4K and HDR, the issues of getting a stable, reliable HDMI connection are so bad, that I fear many average consumers will return their new products and simply...
  6. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    I have an old LG Electronics 26LE5500 TV to which I had a RaspberryPi connected (running Kodi). I used HDMI-CEC (called "SimpLink" by LG) to control the RaspberryPi via the TV's remote, which worked perfectly fine. However later on I also got a Pioneer VSX-924 to which I connected the...
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