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Has anyone made a multi-disk blu-ray player. I am looking for a player that can handle about 400 disks or more. I would also like the player to some how connect to the internet to get the data for the blu-ray / dvd / music cd disks that i put in. I know sony made one but there was a problem with it. If you manually entered data about a disk then accidentaly selected scan all disks it would wipe out your data, and there was no way to back up your data. Although that was a couple years ago that I had last heard of them making a mega changer. I am curious if any maker has come out with one in 2011.
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Has anyone made a multi-disk blu-ray player. I am looking for a player that can handle about 400 disks or more. I would also like the player to some how connect to the internet to get the data for the blu-ray / dvd / music cd disks that i put in. I know sony made one but there was a problem with it. If you manually entered data about a disk then accidentaly selected scan all disks it would wipe out your data, and there was no way to back up your data. Although that was a couple years ago that I had last heard of them making a mega changer. I am curious if any maker has come out with one in 2011.
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Just jump on amazon.com, and search for, Sony blu-ray 400 disc mega changer, Sony still manufacturers 2 in 2011. One in there standard line, and one in there ES line.

And both are fully loaded,with all the latest in technology,including, automation and internet
capabilities. The model # for the standard line version is, bdp cx960, you can,Google the ES model #.

Only the Sony standard line is
available through Amazon.com!!!! Only certified custom installers are officially authorized to sell Sonys ES line!!!!
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I'm guessing you're both probably on about the same unit - unfortunately. Sony is the only manufacturer I know of that's done multi Blu-ray, first with a super expensive unit that included a hard-drive, and then with the 400-disc version (which is an absolute monster of a machine - ensure that you have the space for it).

If you're interested, it's this unit:
http://store.sony.com/webapp/wcs/sto...52921665945153

See these threads for more:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1062290
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1061473


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