Managing a your collection of media discs (CD, DVD, blu-rays) sometimes can be a daunting task if you have forgotten to give a proper label name on them. Imagine you have to search for hundreds of disc to find your holidays photo backup you’ve done the other days, you’ll have to spend a lot of time to dig through your nameless collection that scattering around your room.
To solve this messy problem, there is a disc vault that we have introduced to you in 2008 known as the CD Carousel Plus. This device can store up to 150 discs in total and arrange it neatly using number association. However, if you think that your collection is more than 150 and you are searching for a disc vault that can store more and price is not your concern, you can check out this Kaleidescape M700 Disc Vault that can hold 320 discs!
Kaleidescape M700 is really the giant in its class. Not only it can store a lot of disc, the Kaleidescape M700 is a movie server system that allow you to backup and load the discs into the vault altogether. After finishing the cloning the discs, Kaleiscape M700 even allow users to eject the discs from the vault. The system can playback the content even the disc removed. However, it’s only supporting CD/DVD discs for now. If you have a blu-ray disc, you have to leave it inside to playback the content.
This Disc Vault has a front display to show you what’s happening, the progress of importing, how many discs stored, and how many empty slot left. As what I’ve mentioned from start, this Kaleidescape M700 Disc Vault is not a cheap media device that you can get. The M700 Disc Vault alone will cost you about $5,995, if you want to pair it wiht 1U server for a complete Blu-ray movie server, add another $10,000 to the count and you are good to go.
View all of the details specification of this device at Kaleidescape.