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Anynet+ how to setup

by suppandi7 / November 25, 2008 12:33 PM PST

I have my samsung LN46A750 connected to a dish VIP612 and a samsung BDP1500 over HDMI. I have Anynet configured on the TV with Auto Off set to yes. With everything turned off, when I turn on the Bluray player, the TV comes on and switches to the right HDMI input (takes ~1min, but it does). But when I turn the bluray off, the TV switches to Antenna - I want it to turn off instead. Why is it not shutting off - isnt the 'Auto Off' the option to set this?

Also, is there any way to turn the TV on when the VIP612 is turned on - i know its not a device with HDMI-CEC support.

Thanks

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Anynet Answers
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / November 26, 2008 1:12 PM PST
In reply to: Anynet+ how to setup

suppandi7,

The Anynet+ feature is useful as a turn-on, switch to input technology. As far as turning it off, I believe the unit will shut down when the television is turned off.

In any event, I'd check to make sure you have the latest firmware for the BD-P1500. Some of those issues are addressed.

Firmware for BD-P1500
http://www.samsung.com/us/support/download/supportDown.do?group=audiovideo&type=blu_ray&subtype=blu_raydiscplayers&model_nm=BD-P1500&language=&cate_type=all&dType=D&mType=FM&vType=L&prd_ia_cd=03020100&disp_nm=BD-P1500

Let me know how that works out.

--HDTech

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LN46A750 and Anynet+
by DaveDunn / June 25, 2009 7:06 AM PDT
In reply to: Anynet Answers

Does this mean if I purchase the Samsung Blue Ray and Samsung Receiver I can put them behind closed cabinet doors and still manage one a single remote

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