Published On: February 5, 2010

S1 Digtial's Massive 100 Disc Blu-ray Changer

Published On: February 5, 2010

S1 Digtial's Massive 100 Disc Blu-ray Changer

For those who have hard-to-reach components in their home entertainment systems or who just really don't like to get up between movies/TV episodes/audio albums, S1 Digital is launching its S1 Digital Blu-ray Disc Changer, which can handle up to 100 discs.

SI-DBDC-2-Blu-ray-Changer.gifS1Digital just announced the launch of the S1Digital Blu-ray Disc Changer. The changer can hold 100 discs and seamlessly integrates with any S1Digiral Entertainment Server or Media Center.

When connected to an S1Digital Media Center or any third party Microsoft Windows 7 or Vista PC that includes media center, customers are able to load up to 100 Blu-ray and/or DVD movies into the S1Digital Bly-ray Disc Changer. Using the included playback software, each disc will be scanned and metadata and cover-art automatically downloaded to the server. Once catalogued, users can view more information about the movie, or watch the movie by selecting the appropriate cover-art, which is all available on the familiar and easy-to-use media center interface. The changer is simple to use and enables almost instant access to movies without having to physically find and load each movie.

"No other solution currently on the market integrates a Blu-ray changer with media center," said Paul Heitlinger, president of S1Digital. "For customers that want instant and direct access to their movie discs, this is the only solution."

When connected to an S1Digital Entertainment Server or any third party Windows Home Server, customers can automatically archive their Blu-ray, DVD and CD discs to the server*. With the included software, every movie and audio disc will automatically be stored on the hard drive, catalogued and metadata and cover-art will be downloaded. As each movie or album is stored, it is immediately available on the customer's home network from any S1Digital Media Center (or other PCs and certain media streaming devices) for playback.

"A typical Blu-ray disc can take an hour or more to archive," continues Paul Heitlinger. "With our solution, you simply load up the changer and hit go. You don't have to load each disc one by one. The changer will automatically move from disc to disc so customers don't have to worry about spending days manually storing movies and music."

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