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How can I find out if my TV is a TV with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) 1.3?

jmccorsley
Community Member

My platform was not listed above so I selected ANDROID, for lack of a better choice.

I have an Emerson TV model number LE320EM3. Currently I have a Chromecast 2nd Generation and it works fine. However, in viewing the REQUIREMENTS FOR 'CHROMECAST WITH GOOGLE TV' states the TV MUST BE COMPATIBLE WITH a TV with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) 1.3.

I DO NOT HAVE A CLUE WHETHER MY TV MEETS THAT REQUIREMENT.

Any feedback is welcome and appreciated.

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Ridion
Community Member

Basically if you have a 1080p or higher resolution TV with HDMI it's going to have higher than HDCP 1.3. You can always look up the tech specs of your TV and it should list HDCP version. Newer TVs that have 4k will have HDCP 2.2 or 2.3

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Ridion
Community Member

Basically if you have a 1080p or higher resolution TV with HDMI it's going to have higher than HDCP 1.3. You can always look up the tech specs of your TV and it should list HDCP version. Newer TVs that have 4k will have HDCP 2.2 or 2.3

Jeran
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hey there,

Did you have any more questions or need any additional help? If not, I'll go ahead and lock up this thread in 24 hours.

Just checking up,
Jeran
 

Jeran
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hey there!

We haven't heard back from jmccorsley, and it's been a few days, so I'm locking the thread. As always, feel free to make a new thread if you have any more questions or concerns.

Thank you for your help, Ridion!

Best regards,
Jeran