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Topic # 86601 9-Jul-2011 14:32
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Have installed the new Samsung UA55D8000 and as well put in a HDMI splitter to take MySky to the other two TVs in the house.

Now when turn any TV on or off – it does the same to the other TVs!! Did mention this in a store (not where I purchased the TVs) and the guy laughed and said there is a simple solution – ok forum HELP!!
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  Reply # 491427 9-Jul-2011 15:11
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1) Turn off the 'anynet' feature in the menu of the Samsung TV(s)

2) Report back here.




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  Reply # 491434 9-Jul-2011 15:44
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Thanks for that and have a confession to make – the other TVs are a Panasonic TX-26LX70A and a Sony KDL32V5500!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 491477 9-Jul-2011 19:08
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doesn't matter what brand they are. Just turn off hdmi control on each tv.
It will have a different name for each brand but they sometimes interact between brands. So as above, find it and turn it off. Good luck!



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  Reply # 598164 21-Mar-2012 12:35
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Am in a bit of trouble – again! The Panasonic died – got another Samsung for the bedroom (UA32D6000SM) and now it is turning the Sony Bravo (KDL32V5500) off – guess by Anynet – as far as can tell it is switched off on the new Samsung. All are fed by HDMI from MySky.

Does anone know where to find Anynet - or whatever it is called in the menu of a Sony? 
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  Reply # 598393 21-Mar-2012 21:28
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It should be called Bravia Link...

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