There may be limited Anynet+ connectivity with the game console because it doesn't have Anynet+ capabilities. While the hardware is detected or named, that is likely because it can also be used as a video server.
If it doesn't work correctly through a Home Theater, you may try changing the resolution to see if the signal passes through. Otherwise, you can use an optical cable from the game console to the HT system, and connect the video via HDMI directly to the television.
If i connect my ps3 directly to my un46b8000 led tv via tv HDMI input, anynet detects it as PLAYSTATION 3 no problem. But if i connect my PS3 to my home theater HT-DB3252 hdmi input it wont detect it.
Is there a workaround or fix to this ?
Manual says you can connect anynet+ (hdmi - cec) thrugh home theater hdmi input and will show up on anynet menu.