DavidS wrote:It sounds as if the cable that gives the weaker signal has a higher impedence than the others. I have ran acrossed that issue, though with most devices you would never notice a difference and such cables do not meet the spec.
As to the issue of CEC, is this realy important to have from the RPi? If you get a good picture with cables that mess up with CEC on your TV why worry about CEC?
I think that the reason you did not get a reply for a little while is likely that most do not use CEC functions with there RPi. I would guess that there are many using a DVI monitor (like myself) with a passive HDMI to DVI cable.
hi david, thanks for your reply.
the reason that i need CEC controls is that i paste the pi behind my 60 inch plasma.
And my all-in-one remote programming goes way more easyer with controlling via my tv instead of getting an infrared eye and teach the remote al kinds of new commands.
As well that i have to hide/disguise another ir eye somerwhere.
And I just got rid of my old playonhd because of the space it takes in my living room. (and of course it outdated
I now ordered the shortest cable i could find so i hope this does the trick. should have it tomorrow.
if that doesnt work i buy an apple tv so it does the same but with al the capabilities. and use my pi for something else (or maybe even sell it).
thanks for all your help till this far.