Anynet+ is the Samsung trading name for a feature of HDMI called Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) referred to as HDMI-CEC. It’s designed to allow users to command and control devices attached by HDMI with a single remote control. Anynet+ is enabled on the HDMI ports on most Samsung TVs manufactured after 2008.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do I connect to Anynet+ on my Samsung TV?
Here’s how: Press the Home button your TV remote, and then navigate to and select Settings > General. Select External Device Manager, and then select Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) to turn it on. Next, connect an external device using an HDMI cable, and then turn on the device – it will automatically connect to the TV.
Beside above, how do I know if my Samsung TV has Anynet+? To be sure your Samsung device has this feature, check if there is an Anynet+ logo on it. The Anynet+ function only works when the active source on the TV remote control is set to TV. The button works only while in the recordable state.
Similarly, what does Anynet+ HDMI CEC mean?
Most recommended HDMI–CEC settings for Samsung TV to get best soundbar performance (any soundbar brand). HDMI–CEC is a feature that allows control of multiple devices from one single remote, such as the TV remote (All devices must be connected via HDMI). For Samsung TVs, HDMI–CEC is referred to as ANYNET+.
What is Anynet+ on Samsung Soundbar?
Share this item. Close share popup. note: The Anynet+ function lets you control the soundbar with the remote of an Anynet+ compatible Samsung TV. The soundbar must be connected to the TV with an HDMI cable.