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TOPIC: HDMI-CEC

HDMI-CEC 2 years 2 months ago #15679

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Hi,
I'm really intrigued by the nanoAVR, especially the DL version. I'm just wondering whether it would work in my setup, since I'm currently using HDMI-CEC to control a OpenELEC player and a BluRay player through my current AVR.

Will the nanoAVR pass the HDMI-CEC through or even better participate in HDMI-CEC allowing it to switch inputs along with the AVR?

/Bjorn
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HDMI-CEC 2 years 2 months ago #15779

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@ Bjorn,

Thanks for your interest.
a) Yes the nanoAVR will pass through HDMI-CEC from in to out. It passed certification on that topic.
b) no you can't use HDMI CEC to switch input of the nanoAVR I'm afraid. (no code for it).

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HDMI-CEC 2 years 2 months ago #15894

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Thank you for the clarification, that certainly makes the nanoAVR a very enticing upgrade to my current AVR.
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