Yamaha Releases Android Control App

By |

Yamaha Releases Android Control App


Yamaha_Android_App.jpgYamaha just introduced a free downloadable Android app that enables users to control the most-used functions of its network receivers and Blu-ray players. It is available in several languages, including English, French, German, Spanish and Russian.

Additional Resources
• Read more streaming, apps, and downloads news from Home Theater Review.
• See similar stories in our Remotes and System Control News section.

The suite of receiver control functions available through this app include the ability to select from available inputs, adjust volume levels, mute volume and power the components on and off. With it, users can also select content from connected USB devices and iPods/iPhone, Internet radio, and the receiver's FM/AM tuner, or any other internally available source, with full metadata information shown on the Android device's display. In addition, DSP and SCENE modes can be selected, and all available AV receiver zones can be powered on with the option to change inputs in those zones.

For Blu-ray players, the app can control basic "play," "stop," and "forward" options.

To take advantage of the Android AV Controller app, consumers will need a device with AndroidOS 2.1 or higher, a wireless Local Area Network (LAN) and a compatible Yamaha Network product connected to the same LAN. The Yamaha network products will need to have their Network Standby settings "ON" so that the unit can accept commands via the network.

Yamaha receiver and Blu-ray models compatible with the Android AV Controller app include:

AV Receivers:
RX-A3010
RX-A3000
RX-A2010
RX-A2000
RX-A1010
RX-A1000
RX-A810
RX-A710
RX-V3900
RX-V3071
RX-V3067
RX-V2071
RX-V2067
RX-V2065
RX-V1067
RX-V871
RX-V867
RX-V771
RX-V671
RX-Z7
HTR-9063
HTR-8063
HTR-6295
HTR-6064
DSP-AX3900
DSP-Z7

Blu-ray Players:
BD-A1010
BD-S671
BD-A1000
BD-S1067

The Android AV Controller app can be downloaded now from the Android Marketplace and used with many Yamaha models.

Additional Resources
• Read more streaming, apps, and downloads news from Home Theater Review.
• See similar stories in our Remotes and System Control News section.

Latest Streaming, Apps, and Downloads News

Oct 21
KEF LS50 Wireless II Speakers Now Support Tidal Connect Tidal Connect enables users to stream music from Tidal directly to the new speakers, in a variety of different formats including MQA
KEF LS50 Wireless II Speakers Now Support Tidal Connect

Oct 12
Some Surprising -- Or Not -- News About Streaming and Holiday Buying Roku study provides some interesting poll results, but not much about streaming that most of us didn't already know or suspect
Some Surprising -- Or Not -- News About Streaming and Holiday Buying

Oct 09
Don't Miss Roku's Prime Day Deals The Roku Express, Roku Premiere and Roku Streaming Stick+ will all be on sale October 13 and 14
Don't Miss Roku's Prime Day Deals

Oct 08
Sonos and Disney+ Team Up Ahead of The Mandalorian Season Two Premiere The partnership includes a Sonos Radio station curated by "Mandalorian" composer Ludwig Göransson, and six free months of Disney+ for new subscribers who purchase certain Sonos products
Sonos and Disney+ Team Up Ahead of The Mandalorian Season Two Premiere

Oct 06
Naim Control4 Driver Gets Major Upgrade The driver, which can be installed as both a media driver and zone driver, now has an upgraded search bar, Favorites menu, and a redesigned browsing feature
Naim Control4 Driver Gets Major Upgrade

  • Comment on this article

Post a Comment
comments powered by Disqus