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How to access Input two? Want to hook up a WII

Older model with CRT. not LCD;DLP; or Plasma

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Set up channel 90 91 and 92. 90 is for S-video input, paired audio with composite video on 91. 92 is for input 2, composite and R/L audio. You need to enable them in the setup menu by manually tuning to 90/91/91 and then adding them.
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Connecting my Wii to a Samsung plasma TV


Press input/source on your TV remote until you are on the right input. Make sure the Wii is on.

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Input Switching issues Harmony Remote and Samsung TVs


The following 2008 Samsung TV’s have Anynet+:

LCD
All 9 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA950)
All 8 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA850, LNxxA860)
All 7 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA750)
Most of the 6 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA650, LNxxA630) excluding the 19” and 22” models
All of the 5 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA550, LNxxA540, LNxxA530)
Most of the 4 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA450) excluding the 19”, 22”, and 26” models

Plasma
All 7 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA750, PNxxA760)
All 6 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA650)
All 5 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA550, PNxxA530)
Half of the 4 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA450) excluding the 410 line (PNxxA410)

DLP
All 7 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA750)
All 6 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA650)
All 5 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA510)

2007 Samsung TVs With Anynet+
The following 2007 Samsung TVs have Anynet+:

Note: Excluding all 26" models and below.

LCD
All 81F series (LN-Txx81F)
All 71F series (LN-Txx71F)
All 65F series (LN-Txx65F)
All 61F series (LN-Txx61F)
All 53H series (LN-Txx53H)

Plasma
FP-T5084
FP-T6374
HP-T4254
HP-T4264
HP-T5054
HP-T5064

DLP
All 89S series
HL-Txx89S
HL-T7288W

Information on Samsung TVs that support AnyNet has been refered to from: http://ars.samsung.com/customer/usa/jsp/faqs/faqs_view.jsp?isARS=Y&SITE_ID=1&AT_ID=18104&ARS_ID=8514159

How To Disable Samsung Anynet+ so your Harmony Remote Control properly controls your devices. This mainly impacts Input Switching.

1) Press your Tools Button.
2) Scroll down to Anynet and press your Select Button.
3) Once on the Anynet screen, please press your Left/Right Button(s) to select the Off Setting on the Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
4) Scroll down to the Auto Turn Off and select No.

Once this is completed, please turn off your TV and all device and power them back on using the Harmony Remote. Also please test this in the Activities mode, if this does not work, let me know

on Feb 10, 2010 | Logitech Harmony 520 LCD Remote Control

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Input Switching Issues with Harmony and Samsung TV's


The following 2008 Samsung TV’s have Anynet+:

LCD
All 9 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA950)
All 8 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA850, LNxxA860)
All 7 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA750)
Most of the 6 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA650, LNxxA630) excluding the 19” and 22” models
All of the 5 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA550, LNxxA540, LNxxA530)
Most of the 4 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA450) excluding the 19”, 22”, and 26” models

Plasma
All 7 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA750, PNxxA760)
All 6 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA650)
All 5 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA550, PNxxA530)
Half of the 4 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA450) excluding the 410 line (PNxxA410)

DLP
All 7 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA750)
All 6 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA650)
All 5 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA510)

2007 Samsung TVs With Anynet+
The following 2007 Samsung TVs have Anynet+:

Note: Excluding all 26" models and below.

LCD
All 81F series (LN-Txx81F)
All 71F series (LN-Txx71F)
All 65F series (LN-Txx65F)
All 61F series (LN-Txx61F)
All 53H series (LN-Txx53H)

Plasma
FP-T5084
FP-T6374
HP-T4254
HP-T4264
HP-T5054
HP-T5064

DLP
All 89S series
HL-Txx89S
HL-T7288W

Information on Samsung TVs that support AnyNet has been refered to from: http://ars.samsung.com/customer/usa/jsp/faqs/faqs_view.jsp?isARS=Y&SITE_ID=1&AT_ID=18104&ARS_ID=8514159

How To Disable Samsung Anynet+ so your Harmony Remote Control properly controls your devices. This mainly impacts Input Switching.

1) Press your Tools Button.
2) Scroll down to Anynet and press your Select Button.
3) Once on the Anynet screen, please press your Left/Right Button(s) to select the Off Setting on the Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
4) Scroll down to the Auto Turn Off and select No.

Once this is completed, please turn off your TV and all device and power them back on using the Harmony Remote. Also please test this in the Activities mode, if this does not work, please e-mail us back for further assistance.

on Feb 10, 2010 | Logitech Harmony 880 LCD Remote Control

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How do i hook up the ps2 and wii


Assuming you have your cable or satellite hooked up to a component in, you can hook up either the Wii or PS2 to the other component input. The other will have to hooked up to the S-video input or composite. (Personally, I'd hook up the PS2 to a component in and the Wii to S-video as the Wii is only a standard definition game platform anyway.) Good luck.

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1-Maybe your TV aux input is the type where the AUX channel is before channel 2, or after whatever your highest channel number is. If so, you can access that AUX channel by either going channel UP or channel DOWN.

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You will also need to go to the display settings to force the Wii to display in 480p.

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