This AV Controller app will turn your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad 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 iPhone/iPod touch/iPad 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

- iOS9.0 or higher
- A wireless Local Area Network (LAN) and a compatible Yamaha Network product(s)* residing within the same LAN.
- Network Standby set to ONKey Features

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

Compatible models *Product availability varies depending on regions

AV Receivers
[ AV Pre-amplifier ]
CX-A5100, CX-A5000

[ AV Receiver ]
RX-V3081/2081/1081/781/681/581/481, RX-V481D
RX-V3075/2075/1075/775/675/575/475, RX-V500D
RX-V2065/3900, RX-Z7, DSP-AX3900, DSP-Z7
RX-AS710, RX-AS710D
RX-S601, RX-S601D
RX-S600, RX-S600D

Blu-ray Players
BD-A1060, BD-S681
BD-A1040, BD-S677/477
BD-A1020, BD-S673/473
BD-A1010, BD-S671
BD-A1000, BD-S1067

Privacy Policy:
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.

This application collects user related information using Google Analytics including product name, operation records and any potential fault information as well as the basic information collected by Google Analytics.
Personal information is not collected and remains private. The collected information is used only for marketing activities, product planning and app development in the future.
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What's New

Version 4.60

- Compatibility with 2017 network AVRs
- UI Design Improvement
- Change of compatible OS (now changed to iOS 9.0 or higher)
- DSP Surround Decoder Switch in DSP menu(Compatible for 2011 network AVRs or later)
- Functionality improvement

Ratings and Reviews

2.7 out of 5

116 Ratings

116 Ratings

Cool that it works, could be better

Douglas Crockford

The user interface on this app is quite bizarre. It is basically functional, except for a few items that you still need to use the on-screen AV menus and physical remote control to change. And I have offered their criticism about that, which I agree with.

One user interface improvement I would like to see is with zones. When you choose a zone, the interface does not tell you what zone you have selected until you turn on the power. This ambiguity makes it confusing to know which zone you currently have selected if you happen to open the app at some later time. This should be an easy fix.

Other than that, I wish the AV device had independent volume control for both the main zone A and secondary zone B. For example if both zones are turned on, if you adjust the volume on zone A (main) it will also adjust zone B. This does not work well when you have a setup with inside speakers (A) and outside patio speakers (B). In other words, you cannot increase the volume of zone B any higher than zone A. This makes going in and out of the house (for example during a barbecue or a party) annoying. Either the outside speakers are too low or the inside speakers are too loud. Maybe the device can do this but the software restricts it, I don't know.

Totally Satisfied and Content So Far


First, I opted to give this App a five (5) rating because 1) it is free, 2) it is very convenient and accessible, and 3) the thing really works great--simple as that. It downloaded quickly and worked perfectly right out of the gate--not a single set up or pairing problem. Next, just like any other mobile App (or anything else for that matter), nothing is perfect to humans. It just takes a little bit of patience and common sense to become familiar with its layout and navigation. Lastly, it absolutely incorporates just about every basic function necessary for me to communicate with my AV receiver--conveniently located on my IPhone which is almost always near me. What a jewel!!! For those who find fault with it, just uninstall it and move on. It is perfectly OK to walk around with remotes in your hand. Life's choices can get a bit tough some times, right?

Terrible App


This app is just terrible. They simply tried to emulate the physical remote...why?

Why can't I use the app to make discrete changes, like changing the Input Settings, without having to bring up the on-screen menus, which interrupts any video playing? It's incredible to me that they'd design an app, with virtual buttons, where you have to look away from the phone while you're navigating On-Screen menus. Everything should be accomplished in the app without ever having to bring up the on-screen menus, so you can make changes on the fly without interrupting your movie.

Why isn't there a quick toggle button to switch between Dolby and DTS processing? Instead, it's buried deep within on-screen menus, again interrupting the video, not to mention being cumbersome to navigate to.

Why can't I remove/hide DSPs I'll never use in a million years? It's so freaking cluttered with DSPs I won't use, it drives me crazy. I mean, I only use 2, Surround Decoder and 9ch Stereo, as all the others seem pretty gimmicky, so it'd make my day if I could hide them all.

Why isn't there a 'favorites' tab to place settings that are most often used?

Why can't I change and reorder the tabs? I don't use Zones, so why can I get rid of/hide that tab?

Why does it fail to connect to my RX-A3050 so often? Can't this bug be fixed?

It's almost like the designers of this app don't use this app.


Yamaha Corporation of America
33.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2011 Yamaha Corporation


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