Sony offers three new Blu-ray players

Brenda Barron - Jul 23, 2009

Sony has announced three brand new Blu-ray players today that are sure to capture the attention of the high-end market. First up is the BDP-CX960 MegaChanger, which can actually hold up to 400 Blu-ray titles at one time.

It can also hold DVDs and CDs, if you’d like, and sports Ethernet, BD-Live support, DTS-HD Master Audio, 7.1-channel Dolby TrueHD, and more. It will be available in the fall for about $800. Next is the CX7000ES, which can be used as a multi-room device with IR and serial ports and 12-bit Deep color support all for about $1,900 once it’s released next month.

Also announced today was the BDP-S1000ES, which is a single-disc Blu-ray player that features 14-bit image processing, 802.11n Wi-Fi, BD-Live support and the same audio specs as the MegaChanger models. You can get this player next month for about $700.

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