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(HDMI Consumer Electronics Control) A control function that lets one A/V component control another if they are connected via HDMI cables. For example, inserting a disc into the DVD player would turn on the TV automatically or the A/V receiver, if part of the system. Using proprietary brand names, HDMI CEC initially worked only when components were from the same vendor. Increasingly, HDMI CEC works across vendors' products. See HDMI.
HDMI CECBranding      Vendor

    Anynet        Samsung

    BRAVIA Sync   Sony

    KURO Link     Pioneer

    NetCommand    Mitsubishi

    REGZA-LINK    Toshiba

    RIHD (Remote
    over HDMI)    Onkyo

    SimpLink      LG
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