AV CONTROLLER

3.3
16.2K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This AV Controller app will turn your Android device into a Wi-Fi enabled remote control for your Yamaha network products(*). This App provides you the flexibility to control the available inputs, volume, mute and power commands. It lets users change a song from Internet Radio, USB and command FM/AM tuners or any other internally available source. Music Play feature allows you to stream music tracks directly from your Android Device to Yamaha network products to so you can enjoy high quality music through your AV system.
Screen sizes of Tablet devices are also supported.
It’s great to have all this control at your fingertips - and best of all it’s FREE!
(*)Please check compatible model list below.

Available in
English, Français, Deutsch, Español, Italiano, Português, Svenska, Dansk, Suomi, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Pусский,日本語, 简体中文, 繁體中文, 한국어, Thai, עברית, Український, Tiếng Việt, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Türkçe

Requirements
- Android 5.0 or higher
- A wireless Local Area Network (LAN) and a compatible Yamaha Network product(s)* residing within the same LAN.
- Network Standby set to ON

Key Features
- Power on/off
- Volume up/down
- Mute
- Music Play
- Input Selection
- DSP Mode Selection
- SCENE selection
- Blu-ray player fundamental control
- Seemless control between the Yamaha AV receiver and Blu-ray player
- Demo mode - Explains how to use this app

Please refer to the following site for compatible models.
https://uk.yamaha.com/en/products/audio_visual/apps/av_controller/index.html


This application performs following functions for purposes described below.
- Making a connection under Wi-Fi enabled environment
The application uses Wi-Fi function on your mobile terminal for the purpose of operating network-enabled devices.
- Accessing to music information stored in your smartphone / tablet
This application accesses to music information stored in your smartphone / tablet for the purpose of displaying, playing and editing the music information and/or playlist.
Updated on
Aug 21, 2022

Data safety

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3.3
16.2K reviews
Ken Wilkes
December 3, 2022
If I'm firmly planted and want to start music. I know that this app will fire up some tunes quickly and 100% of the time. If I use my complex Google home system, which takes forever to start and works about 60% of the time. And sonically , not even a close race. Not the most contemporary layout and a little awkward. But works well.
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Krish Mandal
December 5, 2020
Im really impressed with the app. It has just about every little feature you can think of that the receiver can do. With one notable exception. Why haven't you guys built a scrubber into the app when you load MP3s via the USB input? Play music through the USB port is crippled. The only thing you can do is pause stop next song or last song. Every single app these days what's plays music as a scrubber. Where is yours? UPDATE: Also, now that I've attached my music server to the network and can use that to stream to my Yamaha receiver, also same complaint ... where's the scrubber to be able to fast forward or rewind a song. Why can you only go back and forth full songs? That's so completely inconvenient.
44 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
July 31, 2019
When the app functioned, it was great. Easy control of all input with a great interface made it really easy to use with my receiver. As of the last few updates, however, the app has failed to recognize that there's a receiver in the house, which means it's stuck in a useless "demo mode." I'm deleting the app.
36 people found this review helpful
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What's new

- Bug fixes