Digital Harmony Protocol Suite

Digital Harmony-certified devices comply with the Digital Harmony protocol suite, a suite of open, international protocols and specifications that, when implemented, enable digital home entertainment devices to operate together in a 1394 network.

"Home entertainment devices" is loosely defined to be the audio and video devices that a normal person would have in the living room. This includes stereo equipment, speakers, televisions, DVD players, CATV set-top boxes, VCRs, etc. It does not include non-entertainment devices that might be found in the home—e.g., printers, scanners, HVAC, kitchen appliances, security systems. (These nonentertainment devices can, however, be connected ...

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