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Sony XL1 200-Disk DVD Changer For Just $200

I’ve talked about the Sony XL1 200-disk DVD Changer, the only mass DVD storage device that allows streaming of all the DVDs to Windows Media Center Extenders PCs through the Media Center interface. There have been some good deals before, but if you really want the thing now, Amazon’s price on it has come down to a mere 200 dollars. That’s one dollar per disk!

Seriously, this thing is some high-end equipment, the sort of thing that would normally be found in only the most expensive home theater. I’d love to have one, and at this price, it’s pretty damn affordable. Check it out.

(via Chris Lanier)

August 21st, 2007 Posted by | Sony | 4 comments



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  1. You mentioned above…

    “allows streaming of all the DVDs to Windows Media Center Extenders”

    …I thought streaming to extenders was not supported. I have an XL1B2 on a Vista machine and can view the changer DVDs on the VMC computer just fine, but not on my 360 extender.

    Comment by FirstSalvo | August 21, 2007

  2. Chris said:

    “I would purchase a few now if I could stream the DVDs to Extenders”

    I misunderstood him. Sorry.

    Comment by Nathan Weinberg | August 22, 2007

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