The Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) capability on your TV allows HDMI devices to control each other and enables you to operate multiple devices in your home with one remote control.
Setting up your TV varies between manufacturers. There’s no definitive list of One-Touch-Play compatible TVs however, many newer and larger TVs support this feature.
Most popular TV manufacturers
- Hitachi: HDMI-CEC
- LG: SimpLink (find this setting in source selection screen)
- Mitsubishi: NetCommand
- Panasonic: Viera Link or HDAVI Control
- Philips: EasyLink
- Pioneer: Kuro Link
- Samsung: Anynet+
- Sharp: Aquos Link
- Sony: Bravia Sync or Bravia Link
- Toshiba: Regza Link or CE-link
- First, you’ll need to make sure the CEC control feature is enabled on your TV. Some TV manufacturers call this feature by different names and the setting can often be found in the TV menu under setup or settings. With others it can be found in the source selection screens. By default some TVs will have the setting OFF and you’ll need to set it to ON for it to work on your Sky+HD box.
- Once CEC is enabled on your TV press the standby button on your Sky remote and put your Sky+HD box into standby.
- Put your TV into standby.
- Wait for at least 30 seconds then press sky on your Sky remote.
- Both your TV and Sky+HD box will turn on and you’ll be able to view Sky TV straight away.