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chipchristian
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Re: HDMI-CEC

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If you could stream netflix, hulu and amazon we'd have less need for a blu-ray player 😉

Oh, also DLNA support.  Nearly forgot that one.

nascar
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Re: HDMI-CEC

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YES! Could not agree more!

 

 


@chipchristian wrote:

If you could stream netflix, hulu and amazon we'd have less need for a blu-ray player 😉

Oh, also DLNA support.  Nearly forgot that one.


 

BeckyS_VZ
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Re: HDMI-CEC

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Here's the idea that I believe Joe is referencing. Please go vote if you are so inclined.

ProphetBeal
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Re: HDMI-CEC

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Well here is the link to the Idea Exchange for those that haven't seen it yet. I've voted it up.

 

http://forums.verizon.com/t5/Share-Your-Ideas-with-Verizon/HMDI-CEC/idc-p/303689

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