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Anynet Issues Bd6500 and HT-TZ515

I have a Samsung HT-TZ515 connected to a samsung PN42C450 Via HDMI ( HDMI1).
I was given a BD-C6500 and I am having two issues:

1) I have the C6500 connected to the TV via HDMI (HDMI2) I can get sound on the TV with the Blu ray but when I try to use the home theatre via anynet ( reciever on) I get no sound through the speakers. What am I missing?

2) When settign up the wireless on teh BD6500 It can see my network but the network test gives me an error saying it cannot confirm IP address ( unsure of teh error- sorry)

Many thanks

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Anynet Issues Bd6500 and HT-TZ515

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Carpe Mkarzi,

1) Are you saying that you get no sound from the speakers when playing the Blu-Ray through it, or you get no sound at all when using Anynet+?

2) Try switching to "Wired" and then back to "Wireless" and connecting. You may be able to connect without going through the network test.

Keep me posted.

--HDTech

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Sorry.
I turn on the Blu-ray and I do get sound from teh TV speakers.
When I press Anynet and choose receiver- No sound and on the display on the HT is "D -in". If I turn off the HT then I get sound through the TV Speakers.

I did get the wireless working.

and Thanks

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Carpe Mkarzi,

D-IN, I believe, refers to the digital optical cable. I'll have to check the manual on this, but it may be required to use an optical cable with the Anynet+ feature. Have you tried to use one with the system the way you have it set up now?

--HDTech

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Odd.
I have the blu-ray connected to the TV with a HDMI cable and the HT connected to the TV with a HDMI cable soooo no I do not have an optical cable.
The second question is what would I connect with what using the optical cable?

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Hi,
So do I need to use a digital optical cable between the blu ray and HT receiver?

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Carpe Mkarzi,

Exactly. The audio isn't being transferred from the Blu-Ray through the TV to the HT system. So you have to bridge the audio using an optical from the Blu-Ray to the HT system.

--HDTech

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Good enough.
I'll run the cable and let you know tomorrow.

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The optitcal cable did the trick. Sadly it will only give me 2.1 sound on my 5.1 system.

I think the manual said that it requires an HDMI In to get the full 5.1 so I do have anew question:

Is there a way to get the full 5.1 sound from the Blu ray to the HT? any work arounds?

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