What’s the difference between controlling a few things in your home entertainment system and controlling everything?
The new iControlAV2 App from Pioneer. Built on the success of the original app, iControlAV2 has been redesigned from the ground up to let you use your iOS and Android devices as an advanced control center for compatible networked AV receivers.
And it is awesome.
As you might imagine, designing specifically for iOS and Android devices demands nothing short of a stunning graphical user interface. And iControlAV2 doesn’t disappoint. With it, you can control everything and more that you would with a regular remote.
Begin with the basics like on and off, volume and input selection. Change the input names using your Apple device’s keyboard. And not only does it control your receiver, it will also control your compatible Pioneer Blu-ray Disc® Player. You can also access and select different networked sources like Internet Radio and DLNA® devices. And you’ll have the information you want since the receiver’s front panel display is mirrored on your Apple device. Now comes the fun part.
iControlAV2 let’s you get more detailed than any ordinary remote. You can check the status of your receiver: things like audio signal quality and resolution. Maximize speaker set-up, and view and analyze the room’s sound characteristics both before and after Multi Channel Acoustic Calibration System (MCACC) room calibration.
Exclusive Pioneer technologies like PQLS, Phase Control, virtual speakers are easily and quickly adjusted with the swipe of a finger. And should you want a deeper understanding of these technologies, you can watch a video explaining them directly on your Apple device.
Use your finger to adjust center-channel volume. Bass levels. You can even draw an EQ curve on the 9-band EQ, or adjust the individual bands to completely customize your audio experience. It’s hard to tell which you’ll enjoy more. The complete control and mastery of your home entertainment system that the new iControlAV2 gives you, or the system itself.