HDMI-CEC Identified by TV Manufacturer

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HDMI Consumer Electronics Control (HDMI-CEC) allows up to devices to communicate with your TV via HDMI. But TV manufacturers have different ways of identifying HDMI-CEC, and most are shipped with the feature disabled. CEC wiring is required for new TVs, however, implementation of HDMI-CEC is optional. Go to your settings on your TV and look for the brand names listed below to enable this feature. And, refer to the following page for a list of HDMI-CEC commands.

  • AOC: E-link
  • Hitachi: HDMI-CEC
  • Insignia: (INlink)
  • ITT: T-Link
  • LG: SimpLink
  • Mitsubishi: NetCommand for HDMI
  • Onkyo: RIHD (Remote Interactive over HDMI)
  • Panasonic: HDAVI Control, EZ-Sync, or VIERA Link
  • Philips: EasyLink
  • Pioneer: Kuro Link
  • Runco International: RuncoLink
  • Samsung: Anynet+
  • Sharp: Aquos Link
  • Sony: BRAVIA Sync and BRAVIA Sync
  • Toshiba: CE-Link and Regza Link
  • Vizio: CEC