How to Disable HDMI-CEC on Your CommBox Classic V3/V3X

HDMI-CEC (High-Definition Multimedia Interface Consumer Electronics Control) is a feature that enables devices connected via HDMI to communicate and perform various functions. However, there may be instances when you need to disable HDMI-CEC on your CommBox Panel. Follow the steps below to disable HDMI-CEC:

Step 1: Ensure you are on the HDMI Source
- Make sure you are currently on the HDMI source that is connected to the input device for which you want to disable HDMI-CEC. For instance, if you want to disable HDMI-CEC for a Blu-ray player connected to the HDMI 1 input, switch to the HDMI 1 source.

Step 2: Open the Inputs Menu
- Access the inputs menu on your CommBox Panel. This menu allows you to manage the different input sources and associated settings. Look for the inputs icon, which is typically displayed as a series of squares or rectangles.
- Tap on the inputs icon to open the inputs menu.

Step 3: Tap on the Levels Icon
- Within the inputs menu, locate the levels icon. This icon is usually positioned in the bottom-right corner of the screen.
- Tap on the levels icon to proceed.

Step 4: Scroll to "Menu Settings"
- As you tap on the levels icon, a list of options will appear. Scroll horizontally across the list until you find the "Menu Settings" option.
- This option allows you to access the menu settings for further configuration.

Step 5: Configure HDMI CEC to Be Disabled
- After selecting "Menu Settings," a submenu will appear with various settings options. Scroll through the submenu until you find the HDMI CEC setting.
- To disable HDMI-CEC, toggle the switch associated with HDMI CEC to the left position. This action turns off HDMI-CEC functionality on your CommBox Panel.

By following these steps, you can easily disable HDMI-CEC on your CommBox Panel. Disabling HDMI-CEC can be beneficial in preventing unintended interactions between devices or addressing compatibility issues. Please note that the menu layout and options may slightly vary depending on the specific model and firmware version of your CommBox Panel.