Sony Rolling out a 400 Disc Blu-ray Player 
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Saturday, 25 July 2009

Two Blu-Ray megachangers from Sony will be hitting the market in August.  The BDP-CX960 and BDP-CX7000ES both hold up to 400 Blu-Ray discs, and both will use MusicID and VideoID software from Gracenote to organize and browse the collection.  They will feature 1080p upscaling technology, Full HD 1080p resolution, support for most major audio formats and support for Blu-Ray Discs as well as DVDs, CDs and MP3s on recordable media. 

The CX7000ES will use RS232 to allow it to be integrated with third-party systems.  The CX960 will sell for a suggested retail price of $800 and the CX7000ES will sell for a suggested retail price of $1,900.  Sony has also announced a single-loading Blu-Ray player for a Fall release.  The BDP-S1000ES features built-in WiFi capabilities, onboard Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, and will retail for $700.

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