MusicCast Controller

4.4
67.7K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Choose what you want to listen to, where and how with MusicCast. MusicCast is a streaming and multi-room audio system built into many Yamaha products, including sound bars, wireless speakers, AV receivers and more. The MusicCast app lets you easily control them all.

Music Everywhere
-Listen to music throughout your whole home
-Listen to the same or different music in each room

Stream your favorites
-Stream from popular music services or from Internet Radio stations
-Access your music library from your smartphone, NAS drive or computer
-Stream internal or external content (TV, CD Player, Blu-ray Disc Player, USB, and more)

Don't skimp on quality
-Supports High Resolution Audio playback (up to 192kHz/24bit)

Create wireless setups
-MusicCast Stereo: Pair compatible models for a wireless 2-channel or 2.1-channel setup
-MusicCast Surround: Pair select models together for the ease of wirelss surround sound

Make your music yours
-Multiple settings to customize your experience

Requirements
- Android5.0 or higher
- A Wi-Fi router and one or more MusicCast-enabled products within the same network

Compatible models vary by region.
Please refer to the following site for compatible models.
https://www.yamaha.com/2/musiccast/

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.

To find your Wi-Fi compatible devices, the MusicCast app needs to access this Android device's location info. This app doesn’t collect your location using GPS.
Updated on
Mar 13, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
App activity and App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.4
61.4K reviews
Tony Lanni
April 28, 2024
Controlled my Aventage RX-A680 just fine - still with some minor bugs - however after working fine for years, it suddenly disconnected for no apparent reason. I didn't change anything on my wifi. And I've been trying for over 30 minutes to reconnect and I'm physically right at the receiver, but no matter what I do or try, it won't connect anymore. And yes everything is up to date and has been restarted/rebooted multiple times. By year 2024 you figure a huge worldwide tech company would do better
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Allan Cady
April 22, 2024
Literally half the time when I open this app, it hangs indefinitely waiting to connect with my receiver (R-N303). This doesn't happen with either the Spotify app or Home Assistant integration, which access the receiver just fine. Doesn't help to restart the app... the only fix seems to be to leave it open on my phone for sometimes 15 minutes until it wakes up from it's coma... meanwhile the other apps are working fine. I'm not the only person having this problem, check forums.
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J Reyes
May 8, 2024
The app works better than any web controller I've used from other A/V manufacturers. However, there is one glaring problem - the master volume is a slider and is very difficult to get incremental .5 db adjustments. What's worse, moving my finger in the slightest often jumps +5 to +10 db. Maybe That's okay for people with small fingers, but I'm tall and have big hands, and it's nearly impossible for me to get the exact volume. I'll continue to use the old AV Controller unless this gets fixed.
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What's new

- Compatible with new OS
- Other bug fixes