Salt Lake City –
Multimedia server resource
Monday that it is now shipping its Solo 2 3D all-in-one 12TB Blu-ray
“The Solo 2 3D
simplifies entertainment by providing instant access to your entire collection
of Blu-ray movies, Blu-ray 3D movies, DVD, music, photos, and online media
including Netflix, Pandora and others,” stated Douglas Kihm, Mozaex CEO. “The
Solo 2 3D satisfies the growing â€˜sweet spot’ demand for a Blu-ray 3D solution
that is scalable in storage and multi-room playback. No other entertainment server offers this
incredible price-to-performance value.
The closest competition costs more than twice as much, requires disc
changers, and doesn’t support 3D, photos or online media.”
The Solo 2 3D will
carry a “less than $6,000” suggested retail.
Up to four additional Blu-ray players may be added for $2,495 apiece,
the company said.
The company said
it has more than 750 authorized dealers in 20 countries.
The Solo 2 3D
improves upon the company’s previous all-in-one Blu-ray solution released last
year, by adding the ability to store and play up to 300 Blu-ray or 1,500 DVD
The unit features
a black brushed-aluminum chassis measuring 13.3 inches deep. It is cooled by quiet dual 20db fans. A rack-mount kit is optionally available for
19-inch rack-mount applications.
The Mozaex server supports
3DTVs and 3D glasses from Mitsubishi DLP, Panasonic, Sony and Samsung, in
addition to NVidia 3D Vision and Xpand glasses.
The PC portion of
the Solo 2 3D incorporates Nvidia
GPUs, 7.1-channel surround HD
audio, FullHD 3D Vision, CUDA and PureVideo HD technology.
Users can expand
the Solo by adding up to four players to simultaneously play any media at any
time in five rooms. The player’s retail pricing begins at $2,495 for the DVD
drive model and $2,995 for the Blu-ray drive model. While all 1-, 2-, and 3-series players play
loaded Blu-ray movies, the 2- and 3-series players play both loaded and disc-based
Blu-ray Active 3D movies.
support is offered for use with most control systems, including touc panel
controllers from Crestron, AMX, Control4, RTI, Savant, Elan and NetStreams,
among many others.
Although it is
possible to rip Blu-ray Discs and DVDs to the server for playback from the
server’s hard drives, Mozaex said its system is “100 percent legal because it
does not ship with unlicensed decryption software.”
offers a “Cache 100” disc changer that prevents movie playback if the disc is
not present. The Cache 100 is expected
to ship by March 31 at a $2,495 suggested retail.
“As it is with
hundreds of millions of installed personal computers, it is the user’s
responsibility to obey all copyright laws when, for example, importing or
downloading media from the internet or if they decide to install decryption
software onto a computer. Mozaex
respects the rights of all copyright owners and requires the user’s acceptance
to obey all laws before the system is useable,” the company said in a
are covered by a limited two-year warranty and free product lifetime telephone