Application Support & Guide
You can use your iPhone or iPod touch for simple,
intuitive operation of your AV receiver
and Blu-ray player’s basic functions.
Now you can have convenient system
control using your iPhone or iPod touch
iControlAV makes it easy to operate several basic functions of your receiver and Blu-ray player using an iPhone or iPod touch in a Wi-Fi network environment. Download this iPhone app and enjoy controlling your home cinema system with just one finger.
- Compatible AV receiver models:
Europe: SC-LX83, SC-LX73, VSX-LX53, VSX-2020,
VSX-1025-K, VSX-1020-K, VSX-920-K
USA/Canada: SC-37, SC-35, SC-1525-K, VSX-33, VSX-1325-K, VSX-32, VSX-1125-K,
VSX-1120-K, VSX-31, VSX-1025-K, VSX-30,
Other Countries: SC-LX83, SC-35, SC-LX73, VSX-LX53, VSX-31, VSX-1020-K, VSX-920-K
- Compatible Blu-ray player models:
Europe: BDP-LX54, BDP-430, BDP-LX53, BDP-330, BDP-333
USA/Canada: BDP-43FD, BDP-41FD, BDP-430, DP-33FD, BDP-31FD, BDP-330
Other Countries: BDP-LX54, BDP-430, BDP-LX53, BDP-330
Operate your receiver and Blu-ray player's basic functions with
the touch of a finger
You can adjust the volume by touching the volume knob and turning it with your fingertip. Depending on the model, you can turn the power on and off, mute the audio and switch zones. You can also select the input and listening mode, and display audio/video status information.
You can also control Pioneer BD player for daily, basic operation, such as play, skip, serch, pause and stop.
You can switch two of Pioneer’s proprietary functions on and off: PQLS, which achieves jitter-free signal transmission via HDMI, and Phase Control, an advanced sound quality technology which permits precise phase control of multi-channel speakers. Watch the video for a clear explanation of these functions.
You can use the acceleration sensor on your iPhone/iPod touch to adjust dialogue and bass levels. By inclining your iPhone/iPod touch, you can control the output levels of the center speaker and subwoofer for optimum clarity. The display shows a graphic of the status of each speaker.
You can also use the acceleration sensor to adjust the multi-channel sweet spot. By inclining your iPhone/iPod touch to move the balance cursor (blue circle) displayed on the screen, you can adjust the output balance of the speakers to match your present listening position.
Listening Mode Selection.
You can select 21 modes according to the source and your listening preferences: Auto Surround, ALC, Direct, Expanded Theater, Drama, Action, Rock/Pop, Sports, and so on.
Input Source Selection.
You can select the Main and Zone input sources, including Blu-ray Disc player, DVD player, Video deck, and TV/SAT.
Audio/Video Status Display.
You can check the status of the audio and video signals being input from the source units as well as the audio and video signals being processed and played by the receiver.
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