So anyways, I guess my aquos, which is an LC-42D64U from like 2007, must be capable of sending commands to the fire TV via HDMI? I was under the impression that there was no ir receiver in the fire TV, hence why people were using USB one to make remotes work.
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Last night I wanted to adjust the picture settings on my Sharp Aquos, so I went looking for the factory remote which had been in some box in a closet since I bought my house a year ago. I adjust the settings and for some reason, when I was done, i continued to use the Aquos remote to start navigating my fire TV. It worked. It took me like 20 seconds before it actually occurred to me what was happening.