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DTrol

DTrol is designed as a 2-way WiFi “zone controller” for NAD processors and receivers to control power, mute, volume, source, and tuner presets -- including on your main zone

DTrol is designed as a 2-way WiFi “zone controller” for NAD processors and receivers to control power, mute, volume, source, and tuner presets -- including on your main zone

DTrol

by Peter Maiser
DTrol
DTrol
DTrol

What is it about?

DTrol is designed as a 2-way WiFi “zone controller” for NAD processors and receivers to control power, mute, volume, source, and tuner presets -- including on your main zone. DTrol is customizable and can also launch source apps on your iOS device. That’s it…and that is probably all you need most of the time.

DTrol

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
(1)
Size
1Mb
Genre
Utilities
Last updated
January 2, 2018
Release date
October 19, 2017
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App Store Description

DTrol is designed as a 2-way WiFi “zone controller” for NAD processors and receivers to control power, mute, volume, source, and tuner presets -- including on your main zone. DTrol is customizable and can also launch source apps on your iOS device. That’s it…and that is probably all you need most of the time.

DTrol is not intended to be cute or cool - it is intended to be fast, reliable, free, and easy-to-use for most day-day functions of music-listening throughout your home. Just like remotes used to be.

DTrol has special requirements - please continue reading "Supports" below before downloading the app.

This app and its author have no affiliation with NAD Electronics, an International Division of Lenbrook Industries Limited (“NAD”). This app is not endorsed by, supported by, or in any other way connected with NAD.

Supports:
* NAD T175, T175 HD, T765, T775, T785, T187, T777, T187, M15, M15 HD, T755. T755 may generate a warning because it only has two zones.
* You CAN connect to and control multiple proc/receivers with DTrol
* DTrol requires an active WiFi connection
* The processor/receiver must be reachable on the WiFi network via a device designed to bridge a network and the RS-232 port -- such as Global Caché iTach IP2SL, iTach WF2SL, or Flex devices -- OR via the enternet connection on the back of some processor/receivers.
* To use DTrol you MUST setup controlled devices with a static IP address. Enforcing the use of a static IP Address keeps DTrol fast and stable. If the IP address of your device changes, you will need to re-add the device.
* See the support page for more help on network configuration http://www.maiser.com/dtrol

Setup:
With your processor/receiver and your iOS device connected on the same home network, touch the ‘+’ button in DTrol to add your proc/receiver(s) as a DTrol Server. You will need to know your static IP address and port. DTrol will search for and scan your proc/receiver to setup your Zones and Sources. After adding your device as a Server you can make changes to Zone names, Source names, and other details in DTrol via Settings. Changes to names will only be reflected in DTrol, not on your proc/receiver.

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