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The Anthem MRX Remote 2 App uses a Wifi connection to simplify configuration of supported MartinLogan, Paradigm and Anthem devices.<br><br>App based controls include volume level, muting, input selection, power, auto mode, bass, treble, level trims, menu navigation and control of Anthem Room Correction (ARC).<br><br>Supported Devices:<br>• Anthem AVM 60<br>• Anthem MRX 1120<br>• Anthem MRX 310<br>• Anthem MRX 510<br>• Anthem AVM 520<br>• Anthem AVM 710<br>• Anthem AVM 720<br>• Anthem STR Integrated Amplifier<br>• Anthem STR Preamplifier<br>
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Edit: Missing features are being added back in. Will be fully functional soon. So it’s a little glitchy. Like sometimes is recognizes the anthem but then cant control it. Restarting everything does the trick. But otherwise, the remote is the most direct way to get things done, especially when watching a movie or listening to music in the dark. Also, my phone is always within reach (my pocket) and the remote is far away. Keeps my chill vibe going to leave the lights low and not have to get up. Yeah ok, 1st world probs, but so far waaaaaaay better than the Sony receiver + app in the game room.
I'm not sure why others are having issues. It found my device immediately and all the functions have been operational and stable from day one. It does, however, need an update to keep up with the latest firmware changes in the MRX/AVM...it still uses the old listening mode list. (This is the only reason I docked a star.) Also, a feature request: PLEASE make a discrete command to turn the OSD on/off! Especially when using the remote, but also the iOS app, it's a pain to have to navigate through the Setup menu every time that has to be changed.
Overall, I like where this app is heading, but it has been glitchy. Biggest gripe — when I use the app to try to switch to a different listening mode (from Dolby surround to DTS Neural, for example), the change briefly is reflected in the display on my tv, but then it immediately reverts back to the original setting. Frustrating, because the ability to switch between listening modes is one of the main reasons to use the app.
Garbage app for garbage receiver. My Anthem MRX 720 receiver has never worked properly. The picture on my tv Glitches with Dolby vision, wont play SiriusXM and now It won’t hold the settings for adjusting speaker level, bass and treble from this app and the the receivers remote. When I called customer service about these issues they said when it did hold the settings it was a malfunction. That making these adjustments are only on the fly not permanent. Mind you I’ve had this receiver for about four years. There are no knobs on the unit itself that can be permanently adjust. So every time I turn on and off the unit the bass treble speaker level return to zero 🤦♂️. This version of this app is causing these problems.
It just breaks, exits on launch. Totally unusable after iOS 13 update. I own a lot of Anthem equipment, and it’s disappointing that lower end companies like Onkyo, Pioneer, Denon, etc., had their apps ready to go and updated well before the iOS 13 release, while a high end equipment maker like Anthem just flounders. Developers have known for months about iOS 13, and beta versions have been available to developers for several weeks. Now Anthem didn’t have its act together to update this app is beyond me, but it suggests that the company isn’t as technologically advanced as they want people to think.
Developed by Anthem AV.
Anthem Remote is ranking in Entertainment
Last update was at Nov 18, 2019and the current version is 3.0.2.
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Anthem Remote have a 66a user reviews.
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