The EV QuickSmart Mobile app is the official app from Electro-Voice for mobile device control of portable loudspeakers.
EV QuickSmart Mobile is an essential tool for simultaneously configuring, controlling, and monitoring on up to 6 Bluetooth™ equipped EV portable loudspeakers Including ELX200 series, EVOLVE 50 & EVOLVE 30M Using BLE connectivity, you can adjust EQ settings, gain, preset, and crossover parameters while in front of your PA system. You can even mix your entire show on the fly from your device with mixer equipped speakers like EVOLVE 30M. Have peace of mind knowing that you are treating your system well during a performance with signal and limiter status indicators, as well as notifications for loss on connection and input clip events. Make quick adjustments to multiple speakers at once with dynamic component grouping, and locate your speakers in a dark show room with LED identification.
With EV QuickSmart Mobile, you can now take full control of your system with your mobile phone or tablet. Control your sound from where you are, not where the knob is!
Now includes mixing functionality for mixer equipped EV portable loudspeaker EVOLVE-30M.
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Updated for EVOLVE 30M???
I notice there is a screen cap on the App page for the new EV EVOLVE30M column PA. I wonder if that means the app has been significantly improved to address some of the complaints about early versions of the app. It appears there are now volume faders for all channels on the app.
Okay for version 1, but needs work.
I know this is a new feature/app, and I’m sure it’s a work in progress, but it needs some serious improvement. If you update anything at all, it must have a decibel number readout for the volume sliders and the ability to link pairs of speakers together within a complete setup, so you can adjust subs and tops separately. Also, the app is very easily confused and often doesn’t control the whole system volume consistently. Lastly, if you walk out of range, it “forgets” your settings and has no idea where you left the levels. Also, the peak warning doesn’t work for me unless I have the app open. Long story short, it’s okay dialing in the system at the start of the night...that’s it.
Sure ain’t quick
It works, but I’m struggling to understand how they can call it “Quick” anything. It won’t maintain the connection when you leave the app, and it takes about 10 seconds to reconnect. You go back to it after some time, and it says “connection failed,” and gives you the option to reconnect. Further, the app is not available in Background App Refresh, so I can’t force it to stay connected. What I don’t understand is why it won’t automatically reconnect. The point of computers is to automate. Why make us manually reconnect? When would we not want to reconnect, if we’re using the app? It serves zero purpose if you’re not connected to a speaker.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.