Are you a movie buff who’s tired of having boxes of discs taking up all the space on your shelves in your house? Wish there was a way to get rid of all the discs you own, while keeping the movies at the same time? That’s where Kaleidescape M700 Disc Vault comes in. This nifty device lets you store your movie collection (up to 320 discs) into a single storage vault for easy keeping as well as watching. Imagine – being able to access your whole movie collection without having to constantly eject discs from the machine after you’re done watching each movie.
The Vault also copies the contents of the discs into the system, which will allow users to load their discs quicker, as well as gives them the ability to skip adverts or warning messages at the start of their favorite movies. It handles movies and audio, from CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs. Unfortunately, you’ll need to keep your Blu-ray disc present in order to play the digital content (due to licensing issues), however DVDs don’t have the same problem.
The Kaleidescape Vault also makes use of an organization system to keep all your discs organized inside the machine. If you’re looking for a disc, you can just use the onscreen menu to locate and eject it from the Vault. This means that you’ll never have to bother with organizing your disc collection manually – just use the system to hunt it down.
So if you’re thinking of throwing out all those boxes of DVDs and Blu-ray movies you have no use for, the Kaleidescape Vault sure sounds like a great idea. Unfortunately it won’t come cheap. The Kaleidescape Vault has a suggested retail price of $5,995 – which isn’t something that everybody can afford. But those who can will probably find it a noteworthy addition to their movie collection.
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