Question about Samsung LN32C530 32 in. TV
One Remote for Multiple Devices
The way to control external devices with that remote is to use Anynet+. Check your owner's manual for it. It's listed as an application on the tv menu.
With Anynet+, just one remote control that works with up to a dozen devices, using HDMI cables to connect them to your HD TV. That means HDMI provides superior audio and video quality, neatly connected.
You can control a cable box, DVD or Blu-ray player, home theater system and more through the Anynet+ network-and that includes devices such as digital cameras and camcorders. One thing to remember-the devices must be Anynet+ enabled for the network to activate.
Exclusive Samsung Technology
The technology was introduced by Samsung in 2007, and has been upgraded since then. It's exclusive to Samsung products.
How Anynet+ Works It's a wired network system. By accessing a special menu on your Samsung TVs, you can control any connected device using nothing but the Anynet+ remote.
The remote adjusts volume and picture on any component. In fact, Anynet+ is so smart that the moment you insert a movie disc into a Blu-ray or DVD player, all AV equipment connected to your TV automatically turns on, including external speakers.
Another nice feature is that you don't need to have a component within your line of sight to make it work. In fact, you can have your whole Anynet+ system enclosed within a cabinet, and still be able to control it.
A Simple System
Anynet+ does all the work for you. Multiple devices are consolidated into one easy system-a central location for viewing home movies and pictures, too. There's no confusing networking or complicated wiring to set up. The touch of one button turns everything on or off, or puts everything into standby mode.
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Sep 13, 2014 | JVC Lp21036-038 Remote Control
Please do the follow steps:
Move the mode selector on the remote to "TV" and press and hold the television power button. Press "Enter."
Enter in the manufacturer's code for your television or other electronic device. The code is typically 2 digits long. The JVC manufacturer's code is "01." Other codes include "10" for Hitachi, "02" for Magnavox, "07" for Sony, "04" for Panasonic and "08" for Toshiba. Additional codes can be found in the user's manual for the JVC universal remote. Release the television power button.
Program a direct broadcast satellite (DBS) tuner by setting the mode to "VCR/DBS" and press "DBS." Press and hold the VCR/DBS power button and press "Enter". Press the buttons for the manufacturer's code, which are typically 2 digits. RCA is "19," Pioneer is "13," EchoStar is "21," GI Jerrold is "01" and Sony is "20." Additional codes can be found in the universal remote user's manual. Release the VCR/DBS power button.
Press the "Audio" power button to use features other than the television, such as a DVD player or stereo, and select the desired source. The options are DVD, FM/AM, VCR or DBS.
Set up the speaker settings by choosing "DVD" as the source. Hold the remote where you listen to the sound from the home entertainment unit. Press and hold "Smart Setup." Press "Enter" and move the cursor up and down on the television screen using the up and down arrows to select the distance between the front speakers and where you are positioned. Press "Start" and then "Enter.
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