Salt Lake City, Utah — Mozaex has begun shipping a new line of 3D Blu-ray players and Solo all-in-one entertainment server systems.
Mozaex is demonstrating the new 3D Blu-ray models along with its entire product line at the 2010 CEDIA Expo, Sept. 23-26 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, booth 3844.
“The Mozaex 3D system plays media including 3D Blu-ray and DVD movies, CD and MP3 music, photos and on-demand NetFlix movies and Pandora music among other online media,” said Mozaex CEO Douglas Kihm in a prepared statement. “Any media can be played in multiple rooms simultaneously, resulting in unprecedented ease, elegance and excitement.”
Support for 3D Blu-ray is being offered on the entire Mozaex product line of player/server systems and all-in-one Solo systems for an additional retail price of $500 per player or server.
Retail pricing starts at $4,795 for a complete Solo 1 3D 1TB all-in-one system.
The Mozaex 3D system plays 3D Blu-ray movies in their original, non-degraded audio and video quality. While all models support 7.1 LPCM HD audio, the 3 Series additionally includes support for both LPCM and Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD Master bit-streams.
To play a 3D movie from the Mozaex system, the customer needs to own a pair of Mozaex 3D-compatible Active 3D glasses, such as NVIDIAs 3D Vision Stereoscopic glasses, a compatible 3D TV, and, if surround sound is preferred, a 3D-ready receiver. Mozaex is posting on its website a current list of compatible 3D glasses, 3D TVs and 3D receivers, the company said.
Up to ten Mozaex players can be added to a Solo system or up to 30 players to a player/server combination system.
The Mozaex Player 1 3D without on-board storage has a retail price of $3,495. One or more RAID servers with up to 16TB of RAID 6 protected storage can be connected or three Solos can be networked to share their 12TB of combined storage.
The Mozaex system may be controlled by a number of control methods, including the included IR remote controller plus a wide selection of third- party control systems from companies such as Crestron, AMX, Savant, Vantage, Control4, Philips, URC, RTI, HomeLogic and NetStreams, among many others.
A Mozaex server is required for most two-way touch panel control systems.