Originally Posted by Techphil /forum/post/19959858
Can you give more detaill how you pass your phone system through the fiber from the dm.
|Originally Posted by orrinc |
The HDMI Specifications list all of the standard CEC codes. I keep hearing about proprietary implementations of CES by various manufacturers, but no specific data.
Is there any resource for how different manufacturers are currently implementing (or not implementing) the CEC code standards?
Originally Posted by GoGo Delicious /forum/post/18018876
As far as CEC goes, it does make programming a breeze. I do have to say this though. Without the DM system I would not be able to use CEC due to the fact that you have send the codes through HDMI. The coding is easy as it's just a serial join. But what the DM system does is it give you the HDMI input to send the Serial commands on and get them into the HDMI channel and at the same time sends the feedback back to a Serial output. Every DM input & output card and on the room controllers there is a HMDI serial input and output.
In order for CEC to take off there needs to be a way to allow the programmer to get the commands into the HDMI channel.
Originally Posted by graeme /forum/post/20319758
Following your CEC adventures with interest. Can you post a link to the document with the CEC codes for various devices, or give us the title so we can get it from HDMI, LLC.
Originally Posted by GoGo Delicious /forum/post/20320760
The title is as follows,
"High-Definition Multimedia Interface Specification Version X.X"
Where X.X is the HDMI version you are are requesting, for example 1.3a, 1.4, etc.
Note that the document above gives you the standard CEC codes.
|Originally Posted by Harinder |
The other question was around 2 pioneer items. In the uk the amp is the sc-lx83 and in the US I think it is the sc-37. The bluray player is bdp-lx91. The blu ray sends one hdmi to amp for audio and another to display for video. How would the switcher handle that?