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Samsung Anynet Feature Switching Source on Receiver

by RoberKennedy / October 4, 2012 9:59 AM PDT


I have a Samsung LED television (UA46D7000).

I have a home theatre receiver with HDMI control enabled (so that pass through can be used when the received is in standby mode) and this works fine when the HDMI-CEC Anynet feature is disabled on the television but as soon as Anynet is enabled on the TV I find that if both components are turned off and I power on the TV, it receives the input from the receiver for about 5 seconds between sending a signal to the receiver and telling it to change its input source. Once the source is changed the only way to fix this is to turn the receiver on, manually change the source and then turn it off again.

I could turn the Anynet feature off on the tv, however, what is frustrating is that everything except this bug works perfectly fine. The volume control works like a charm, when changing the source on the tv the input source on the receiver changes to the correct source, the speakers on the tv are automatically enabled and disabled when required and it just works.

Surely Samsung can release a firmware update to correct this issue of the control signal being sent from the TV when it is first powered on....

Is anyone else having these issues??

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