Onkyo offer Android app for networked receivers

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Onkyo have revealed that they’ve have produced a free Android app to control their 2011 range of networked home cinema receivers.

The Onkyo Android app will touch down in August, available for tablets and smartphones, and will allow users to stream music to the receivers without turning on their televisions.

Working over a home Wi-Fi network, the app lets you navigate all of the recievers’ functions by touch, letting you adjust volume and tone, switch sources and control what’s playing back in individual zones if you have a multi-room set-up.

It’ll work especially nicely with the Spotify-enabled TX-NR609, which we reviewed here back in May.

Gerald Lynch

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  • Ive just downloaded this app onto my galaxy tab for use with my brand new 609. what can i say, an absolutely fantastic app that allows me to play all my music files on my home system without getting up off the couch. the only slight niggle ive found so far is that the app cant find my playlists, im sure onkyo wll fix this in an update though.

  • Ive just downloaded this app onto my galaxy tab for use with my brand new 609. what can i say, an absolutely fantastic app that allows me to play all my music files on my home system without getting up off the couch. the only slight niggle ive found so far is that the app cant find my playlists, im sure onkyo wll fix this in an update though.

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