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post #1 of 3 Old 06-18-2013, 07:52 AM - Thread Starter
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So I have a small home theater set up. Projector, receiver, blah blah. When I got my projector I wanted to still be able to watch the 47" also. Someone from this site recommended a 1 in 2 out splitter from monoprice and its worked flawlessly. However, I just sold my PS3 (which I was using as my bluray player) and moved my Samsung BS-D5700 into the set up. It works fine with the 47" but when I power off the TV and turn the projector on the bluray player immediately powers down. However, if I leave the 47" on and turn the projector on then the bluray player stays on and works fine. This is beyond my comprehension...help?!
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Turn off anynet in your player and that will solve your problem. This problem is shared by all who unknowingly use HDMI-CEC and is not unique at all.
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