When the Anynet+ connection is terminated, the source is defaulted to the tuner because that's the "always on" input. Even though nothing might be hooked up to the tuner physically, it's the one connection that the television will know is available.
There are several forum members who would agree that choosing a different HDMI port, for example, would be a convenient option. I do know that we're looking into the possibility - as this has been brought up before, however, until anything happens, that's what is happening and why.
The only way I know to get back to the menu is through the input selection in the menu.
I have a ln46b750 which is hooked up to a Samsung DVD player (and is Anynet compatible) through a HDMI cable. When I put in a DVD it correctly and automatically switches to the proper DVD source and starts playing the DVD.
My problem comes in when I power down the DVD player. The TV will recognize this and state that it is exiting the Anynet system, but instead of switching the sources back to the cable broadcast (also hooked up with HDMI cables) it will revert to the standard "TV" source which I am assuming is the coaxial cable analog hook up.
How do I get it to revert to the HDMI connected broadcast cable source instead of seeing snow from the unconnected analog source.
This would not be a big problem and I probably would not be seeking your aid in this, but my wife's elderly grandparents are sweet enough to babysit our toddler for us while we are off at our jobs teaching and they are sad because they are unable to navigate from the DVD to the TV for our little one.
I am hoping there is a way to accomplish this. Thank you in advance!