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Standard HDMI CEC support, or at least GigaBlue support


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After replacing my D series Samsung with LG W7V I had discovered that HDMI CEC on the top model from 2017 does not do things that my TV from 2008 does.

I have GigaBlue Quad Sat Receiver, which I do not want to give up on, as it is much more versatile than built in tuner of the TV. (e.g. streaming over network etc)

Old TV recognized receiver as 'tuner" device and forwarded most keys to it.

 

But LG asks to specify model, Gigablue is not available as an option and nothing but switching on/off and selecting source works.

In HDMI CEC test plugin on the sat receiver I could see that NONE of the keys are being sent, TV keeps asking/sending Vendor ID.

 

In 2017 having problems like this is ridiculous. 

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