By A4C Admin
AVRCP, or the Audio/Video Remote Control Profile, has the capability to replace various remote controllers from devices like receivers, MP3 players, Blu-ray players, televisions, and personal computers with a single remote device.
If your intention is to use Bluetooth to control a sound system or TV through the use of a phone app or another similar setup, you are looking for devices that are enabled with AVRCP. The primary controls AVRCP provides are play, pause, stop, forward, and backward.
Unlike A2DP, AVRCP has the potential hang-up of having some brand-specific extensions, so it is important to research the compatibility of the brand of your intended devices as well as the controlling application to limit incompatibility.