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The Sony BDZ-EX50 is an unreleased Blu-ray Disc DVR announced in Japan on August 26th, 2009.

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The Sony BDZ-EX50 is an unreleased Blu-ray Disc DVR announced in Japan on August 26th, 2009. As a mid level Blu-ray DVR, the Sony BDZ-EX50 includes two digital tuners, 500GB of hard drive storage and support for portable media players. Owners can use the DVR to convert an hour of video for their PlayStation Portables (PSP) or X-1000 series portable media players in approximately 2 minutes. Users can also record digital content to the hard disk or a recordable Blu-ray Disc. Improvements over previous models include a new CREAS 2 engine for improved video playback quality and upscaling support, plus a new Dynamic VBR mode for better video recording. As with the mid to high end Blu-ray DVRs also announced at the same time by Sony, this particular model features DLNA support for sharing media content over a home network. The Sony BDZ-EX50 does not currently have a set price or release date.

Features
  • Dual digital tuner
  • Blu-ray Disc recorder
  • Blu-ray Disc playback
  • PSP and X-1000 series portable media player connectivity
  • DLNA support
  • 500GB hard drive storage
  • CREAS 2 playback/upscaling engine
  • Dynamic VBR recording mode
  • Fluorescent front display
  • Remote control
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